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Over the weekend, I unplugged when I traveled to the Poconos to go camping with a group of friends from New Jersey. For the most part, I left my phone in the car. I didn’t have access to the internet, to my blog, or to e-mail.
There was something amazingly refreshing about unplugging. I spent time with great friends. I fished. I read. I enjoyed great food. And I relaxed.
The time away reminded me three important things about unplugging.
I challenge you to unplug. It may seem hard at first, but you can start small. Start with a minute each hour. Then try an hour each day. When you have this down, unplug for a day each week. Finally, unplug for a weekend or even a week. I guarantee you’ll be refreshed, inspired, and reconnected.
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