A few years ago, all the hip bloggers enthusiastically promoted the “digital sabbatical.”
They hid in the digital shadows for a month at a time. Then they offered compelling accounts of their overpowering realizations along with detailed instructions on how you too could reap the rejuvenating benefits of a digital vacation. Sometimes, they named their break a “digital detox,” to acknowledge the addictive quality now associated with connectivity.
I rarely see those terms used so flamboyantly these days, yet the need for digital relief has grown exponentially stronger.
At least I know that’s true for me. So I’ve decided to take a digital break from July 15 to August 15, which coincides perfectly with my time off work.
But, I’ve planned ahead so you won’t be left high and dry. There will be an uninterrupted flow of posts here – one every Sunday – while I’m away. And you can grab my e-course, Living with Ease: 30 Days to Less Stress, anytime.
Do You Need a Digital Vacation Too?
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