It's good to unplug.
For me, I unplug on a regular basis. I work in social media, and because of that, it's easy for me to become fed up with the constant stream of, well, busy nothings.
And yes, there are times when I certainly add to that stream. And times when it really doesn't bother me. But there are other times, like now, when I can't wait to turn on an "out of office" auto-responder, turn off the cell phone, and unplug.
I am so thankful for quiet. And technology. And the opportunity to turn technology off. To recharge my own batteries, rather than my cell phone and laptop.
So while I'm thankful to be unplugged...
I've started unplugging completely on Sundays, and I find myself very much looking forward to it each week!ReplyDelete
Thankful for a Saturday of catching up reading, for sunshine after the cold rain, for days of grace and reprieve, for God reminding me that followers belong to Jesus and not to me, for the reminder that blogging should serve life not life serve blogging! love that you are deliberately unplugging and enjoying life. sxxReplyDelete