Discover more from time spent offline
Zest for life
You would think for how much we complain about life we would all feel at ease knowing it will end someday and yet our biggest tragedy is that it ends someday.
Five things to share:
I recently came across a post I wrote on how to host a dinner party. I needed the reminder to go back to making the effort it takes to plan, invite, cook, clean and host dinner for people who’s company I cherish. It’s the best way I have found to spend time offline. If you are wondering what to do with all the time that remains when you go offline:
I turned off my YouTube History so long ago the algorithm gave up on me. This is my YouTube homepage now:
A quote I want to share with you:
In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.
— Albert Camus
As summer comes to an end, a gentle reminder that inner peace is the ability to tune into the invincible summer deep within and know you are okay and will always be, no matter what is happening around you.
(Source: The Mountain is You)
I still come across interesting stuff on YouTube somehow. My personal life is organized and processed on paper; from calendar to journaling. So I’m appreciative to find another method for adding more analog processing to my days.
A challenge for you: Pick one of the 100 ways to spend more time offline and commit to doing it. Or, make your own list of 10 ways to spend more time offline and commit.
All advice works, even bad advice, as long as you do the work.
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