“Prove all things for yourself… No person can solve another’s problem for him. Each must work out his own salivation. Here are some effectual rules, suggestions, and helps thereto; but results that one obtains from them will depend on how faithfully and persistently one uses the helps given.”
– H. Emilie Cady in How I Used Truth
time spent offline is a newsletter about spending less time online and (re)discovering the pleasures of the offline world. It’s a documentation of my journey and lessons from years of plugging/unplugging, connecting/disconnecting, learning/unlearning. I don’t have the answers, but if you’re interested in my ramblings, Every Tuesday I send out five ideas on all things related to spending less time online and (re)discovering the pleasures of the offline world.
Below is an outline of how I share the five ideas I think are worth sharing every week:
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