I don't full time, but cyber space can save you time and money.
For my bills, I use Paytrust
It's simple to use, once it is set up. They do everything! ALL your bills can be paid thru them, just set up your account and they give you a PO Box in South Dakota. All your bills are mailed there, they scan them, send you an email saying they have arrived, you log in, click "pay" and they write the check and lick the stamp.
I have mine set up with my checking account, you can even go in and write "one Time" checks to folks if you want. Never do you get an ink stain or stamp cut on your tongue.
For intenet, beside the cell dongles which are dial up speeds, you can get a broadband card. It's a card you slip into your laptop, and it get Broadband speeds from anywhere that broadband is provisioned (With Verizon, it's most major cites and outlying areas). If the area is not provisioned for braodband, you get dial up speeds.
I have switched to that, and I am stricktly cell for voice, no "Land Lines" are in my home.
The card from Verizon is 99 bucks and 60 a month for the service if you have a voice plan with them too. The broadband is unlimited anytime minutes, 24/7. They frown on you downloading tons of music and movies, but if you don't make it a daily habit, you stay under the radar with them.