Posts Tagged ‘unplugged’



“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.”  — Anne Lamott I didn’t set out to unplug this summer. It happened organically, thanks to meandering morning walks that took longer than expected — and work deadlines that came up faster than expected, too. I felt guilty at first […]

Today is “National Day of Unplugging.” A brainchild of the Sabbath Manifesto, National Day of Unplugging is “a creative project designed to slow down our lives in an increasingly hectic world.” It’s based around 10 core principles, beginning with AVOID TECHNOLOGY. At first I was turned off by the all-caps, blanket admonition. I’m not a […]