I'm also not a big phone talker...I think last month I used 20 min. of talking minutes, and I have over 2,500 rollover minutes in my account right now. I don't text that much either...I'll text people if they text me, but I'm not one of those people that has long drawn out conversations over text (minus talking to Tara!).
However, I did get a message from AT&T last month just informing me that I use a LOT of data. Not even telling me that I should upgrade...just a, "Girl, you use a LOT of data!" kind of message. So, I checked to see what all my data was being used on and...you guessed it...mapquest and google...and dictionary. I like looking up words too. :)
So, I decided to keep track of my day a couple days ago, just to see...
Well, my disposal has been broken, and that's just kind of gross. I'd decided that I wanted to give a try of fixing it myself before calling in the reinforcements (aka my brother in law!). So, what did I do? I Googled my kind of disposal and how to fix it. I was told by "Joey the fix-it guy" that I needed a Hex Set. So, I Googled that.
store hours of our local hardware store. On my way home, I stopped at the grocery store and was looking for Capers, so I Googled which isle to find them in the grocery store. When I got home, I Googled a video on watching someone fix a disposal. I was feeling a combination of extreme self-pride in fixing my drain and fighting a strong gag reflex, as cleaning out a disposal is nothing short of disgusting...
That night, I went to a friend's house, so I mapquested directions. I was running low on gas and I was in the country, so I mapquested the nearest gas station. On my way home, I re-mapquested my way home.
So yeah...I use a lot of data. However, I was able to fix a disposal for $5.39 (the cost of my hex set) and avoided annoying my brother-in-law, found my capers with great ease, made it to my friend's house without running out of gas, so I say it was well worth it!