Discover more from time spent offline
100 ways to spend more time offline
Not your average list
I write for my health. If I don’t, I’m afraid these words might choke me in their desperate attempt to escape the confines of my mind: The opposite of addiction is expression!!! Thank you for indulging me, for your time, and far more importantly for your attention.
Five things to share:
To celebrate a personal milestone of my 100th blog post I am sharing with you 100 ways to spend more time offline! I went through old blog posts, journals, planners, my Notes app to find all the reasons why I am obsessed with and in a relentless pursuit of time spent offline. This list is 100% algorithm-free and made with deep appreciation for time spent offline. Take what you need, leave the rest.
Tidbits learned that have made life better
A quote I want to share with you:
I can’t give you an answer. What am I, a computer?
— Saul Steinberg
Only some tools, tips, and tricks.
Happiness is a 2x2 Matrix, or the value of not having what you don't want.
A question for you: What have you learned from time spent offline, the Substack newsletter, that has made a difference in your time spent offline journey? Leave a comment for a chance to win* Life Before Social Media 1000 piece puzzle!
*Must be from Canada/U.S. Sorry, I don’t have a million bucks for international shipping, but of course, grateful for your share nonetheless. <3
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