1. Realization: Sometimes you feel a little too connected. You NEED a break. So you decide to unplug for a while.
2. You’re determined to follow through and know for sure that it’ll do you some good.
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3. When you release yourself from all your devices it’s like there’s been a weight lifted off your shoulders. You’re FREE!
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4. And you’re actually excited about the idea of not having to catch up on what’s happening on the interweb every 2 minutes.
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6. And going back to your more “primitive” hobbies.
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7. After some seconds/minutes/days/weeks, you’ve done everything that you wanted…
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8. And you feel awesome that you’ve accomplished them without the use of technology.
9. But then slowly but surely, boredom starts to creep up on you.
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15. Take a moment to feel good that you lasted as long as you did.
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