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What You Can Do After Unplugging

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Let’s face it.

Unplugging can be quite boring.

And even if you get a full day of rest from the sometimes harmful nature of doing chores more than usual within a day using the supposedly helpful technology pieces like those found in the kitchen, no one can really stop you from thinking about doing chores the next day instead, right?

And even if you get a full night of rest from the sometimes harmful nature of making reports more than usual within a night using the supposedly helpful technology pieces like those found in the office, nothing can ever really stop you from thinking about making reports the next day rather, right?

So, why don’t you do something motivating in body during that said full day of rest of yours?

So, why don’t you do something inspiring in mind during that said full night of rest of yours?

You see, you can always go for things that might seem tiring in body at first, but are actually things that can make any body tiredness go away. You also see, you can always go for things that might seem exhausting in mind at first, but are actually things that can make any mind exhaustion go further away on its own.

Even more so, doing these kinds of things doesn’t only raise more awareness on the importance of unplugging – doing these kinds of things will also raise more awareness on the more important things in life such as your happiness and your loved ones’ coziness and even other people’s goodness.

Here’s one of them:

Going For A Hunt

Don’t get me wrong, though. While most people think going for a hunt only involves killing animals with tools and equipment like those found on Bowjudge, it’s not exactly the case. You can also go food hunting by yourself. You can even go treasure hunting with your loved ones. This way, you will get to spend more time with yourself and reflect on other things that will make you realize what you’re truly passionate about. This way, you will also get to spend more time with your loved ones and reflect on other things that will strengthen your bond with them for all time.

Unplugging can be quite interesting, don’t you think?

Indeed.

How about you?

Do you know any other things you can do after unplugging? Let us know in the comments section below!

Why You Should Unplug More Often

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Let’s face it.

Our world has already been dominated by technology. There’s social media like Facebook, which keeps us connected with our family and friends. There’s also job media like LinkedIn, which keeps us updated with our employers and clients. There are mobile games, which keep us entertained for hours; as well as video games, which keep us amused for weeks.

The only problem?

It now came to a point where most, if not all, of us can never imagine life without all these – eventually making us forget what’s truly important.

Here’s why you should unplug more often:

Unplugging helps us reconnect with ourselves.

Unplugging from technology, even for one day, already offers us a whole lot of benefits – not just when it comes to our physical health, but also with our mental health and emotional health. Simply put, it helps us reconnect with ourselves in ways that no Facebook wall can ever provide you. This includes getting you more active as you do various tasks in real life, getting you more productive as you think about positive things in real life, and getting you more compassionate as you feel what others feel in real life.

Unplugging helps us reconnect with nature.

It’s not enough for us to just pop in two ascorbic acid capsules per day in order to stay healthy, especially for those practicing a digital lifestyle. We need to be exposed outside, so we can get a dose of fresh air after being stuck inside the house all day. We also need to be exposed outside, so we can get a dose of natural vitamins after being stuck inside the office all day. No matter where you are most of the time, you need to be exposed outside – not just to get a dose of fresh air or get a dose of natural vitamins, but also for you to be more aware of your surroundings.