The same BLS survey that Cord Cutting used suggests that 100 minutes of Netflix daily bingeing towers over the paltry 38 minutes spent "socializing and communicating" on weekdays. Digging deeper into the BLS data reveals huge gaps between Netflix watching and other activities, too. For instance, Netflix-ing dwarfs the 8 minutes spent reading on weekend days by teenagers. Didn't anyone's parents finish Teach Your Child to Read in Just Ten Minutes a Day?
As for time spent "relaxing and thinking" or exercising? Well, that's... it's... oh my, we watch a lot of Netflix.
No one is saying Americans have to change. But maybe consider getting a coffee every now and then to talk about the new season of Kimmy Schmidt and read some articles dissecting who is going to be in The Defenders. Really, it's not that hard. And based on your Netflix habits, it's clear you've got the time.