After Burning Man, I realized one thing. I need to spend more time offline. Without cell reception for an entire week, my quality of life improved by 1000%.
Okay, I get it, we live in the technological age. But we humans are creatures of nature. Until we start birthing babies equipped with microchips in their head, I believe we all need to get offline.
Most of us fill our boredom by spending time online and looking at everyone's "glamorous" life. Go outside. Take a deep breath. And start living your life. I bet it's way more amazing than clicking the "like" button all the time. If we like ourselves as much as we like other people's life than we'd all start noticing how amazing life off the line is.
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There's more to life than what we have online. Inside the digital age where we live in, we might new thinking that not making social media accounts makes you less of a person. Based on my own experience, it is less toxic if you live in a world without social media. There is no bragging of what you have or place you had been there because you only focus on your own and genuine happiness. I am glad that there are still people who are choosing to live a life away from it, and I hope they can maintain it.
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Elizabeth Rae Kovar M.A. is Author of her memoir, Finding Om and is a Fitness Trainer, Yogi, Reiki Master, Presenter and Lover of Life. To view her portfolio please visit www.elizabethkovar.com