Dear BingeWatcher,
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Dear BingeWatcher,

Refuse to Binge Watch in 2021

Or how to claim your free time

Photo by ŞULE MAKAROĞLU on Unsplash

Binge Watching has become our go-to activity when bored, when tired, when sad. The internet mocks how bad it can get by using it as a verb in articles called “5 TV shows to Binge-watch this weekend”. You might think this is an overdo, binge-watching is not that bad and you enjoy it. Well, be if it may, go ahead, we aren’t judging here.




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