The photo of above is just one of the things you can choose to avoid, as other examples can be the news (especially since most of what we hear nowadays can be too heart-wrenching to let enter your mind) or YouTube videos.
Here are just a few ways you can take a break from it today:
-Writing (whether it be music, lyrics, music and lyrics, poetry, or stories; the list is endless--We humans were born to literally get our hands on something raw and material, and use our inner capabilities and spiritual creativity to turn it into something of our own.)
-Talking with a family member in the kitchen or living room (I guess this can especially apply to me, since I spend 90% of my time at home in my room studying).
-Admiring the nature outside your window while enjoying a mug of hot tea (or coffee, depending on what time of day you decide to do this.)
-Listening to music
-A combination of any of the above; to give you a helpful example, this morning I turned on the radio to a soothing jazz station and let the tunes echo in my room, while I watched the rain fall gently outside and held my mug of coffee in my right hand (my left hand was busy clicking and scrolling idly through numerous Word documents of practice problems for my upcoming accounting exam).
So, I guess this list has (hopefully) inspired you to realize that time can always be spent in other ways than on the Internet. Sure, you need the Internet to get some work done, to study, or to get yourself updated on what's going on in the world outside your window. But, there is always the point that your brain reaches where it needs to swim back up to the surface of the deepest ocean ever and take a few refreshing breaths.