How to spend 24 hours unplugged
Five things to share this week:
You can read about my expert advice on how to spend 24 hours unplugged. It is mostly snarky advice about how you should accept being uncomfortable offline, and it’s really only 24 hours, and you should totally use this time to do chores you have been putting off because you spend too much time online. What do I know though…
Every time I get comfortable and think whattheheck, join in on the digital noise, a video like this knocks some sense back into me. Once you know, you cannot unknow, but until you know, well…
A quote I want to share with you:
“If you are in a bad mood, go for a walk. If you are still in a bad mood, go for another walk.”
Because the demons hate it when you go outside. The demons hate fresh air.
A list of resources from Global Day of Unplugging for digital wellbeing. I don’t like, and rarely use, apps, but as they say, everything ain’t for everybody. Take what you need, leave the rest.
A question for you: How would you spend a full day unplugged?
That’s all for this week!
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