I don't think I saw a single movie at the picture theatre in 2013. I promised myself I would catch them when they came out on dvd, except I haven't watched a movie on dvd in 2013 and probably didn't in 2012 either.
I managed to read about five books in 2013, and perhaps six ebooks.
In my late twenties and early thirties, as well as reading a book a week at worst, I read The Age and the (Herald) Sun daily, along with Saturday's Australian. Never the Sunday papers though. Now, I buy The Age on Thursday and I'm doing well if I have it read by the next Thursday, and I do skim through any newspaper I find lying around.
I am terribly puzzled about how I occupy the time now I used to spend reading and watching movies on tv. Lordy, I haven't even read the back of a cereal box this year passed, a favourite childhood breakfast occupation of mine.
But I have half watched a lot of tv and half listened to a lot of radio. I have actually properly tuned into tv a few times, but I used to properly watch a lot more.
Any clue about what happened to my hard copy reading, tv and movie time? Ok, yes it is a rhetorical question, but have a go anyway.