Sometime last week I made the mistake of wandering into a YouTube presentation about absorbing vitamin B12.
So I now find myself tangled in a web of apple cider vinegar advice, I can no longer look at carbohydrates and yet I am strangely considering something called the Cookie Diet!
Well done artificial intelligence logarithms; you got me! Where on earth will you take me next?
It didn't start with vitamin B12 deficiency of course, it never does.
Maddeningly, it actually started with my church service on Sunday morning.
Tuning in with my local Sunday team via YouTube, I then caught-up with a favourite offshore pastor who is a mean scripture teacher, which led to a message from a Messianic Jew and fellow Bible prophecy buff about updates on events in the Middle East following the Afghanistan travesty and how it all affects Israel.
That world wide web is really world wide isn't it?
It's easy to get trapped in that sticky web.
I guess while I was absorbing an update on the new Taliban government working in conjunction with China, Russia and Turkey I must have been distracted by the issue of coronavirus and vaccines, which led to inflammation information, details about bunions and somehow the link to vitamin B12 absorption.
For the only person responsible enough in my household to do a mobile phone and other electronic device roll call late at night - to make sure they are all on their chargers and not on bedside tables - I feel pretty bad being caught in the web myself.
I'm the person dishing out the healthy advice to get off the screen and get outside to soak up some sunshine.
Now it's my head that is way too full of copious amounts of information I cannot possibly absorb and incorporate into my life all at once.
While my teenage daughters know way too much about which brand of moisturizer their favourite influencer uses, I now have far too many facts about what most influences my metabolism.
Falling down a rabbit hole into a silly world full of crazy characters is way easier for us these days than it was for Alice in Wonderland during her time.
Put the phone down and soak up some sunshine Yolande!