Tag Archives: digital sabbath

dispatches from beyond the comfort zone

day 1 – monday aug. 2 oh boy – here goes nothing. at least i didn’t get lost, although the gps took me some bizarre way through an unmarked gate. i think i better write down the directions from people … Continue reading

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the twitterverse has spoken

A few items from my Twitter feeds stood out over the past day or two. It turns out spending time with our families makes us way happier than connecting online. The Happiness Barometer says so. Can I get a “well … Continue reading

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not one atta-boy, but three

Before I even got out of bed this morning, I caught up on email as I reengaged digitally to start a new week. I found that I didn’t need any eye drops to get my eyes moistened as I usually … Continue reading

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hell week doesn’t have to be

Normally, this time of year is incredibly stressful for me. I find myself wanting to grow some hair just so I have something to pull out. I would be in my office late every night, editing my butt off, and … Continue reading

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barely hanging on

Sometimes funk is more than a style of music. I found myself in a mental funk the other night as I reluctantly climbed on the elliptical machine after a really long day. It’s been a rough several weeks for me … Continue reading

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do you need a digital sabbath? (published at youthspecialties.com)

I am old enough to technically be called a digital immigrant, though I have been strongly Internet-connected since the mid-1990s. I cannot imagine being born into a world that has always had widely-available Internet, always had some form of instant … Continue reading

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going off the grid

It’s that time of year when I get asked if I gave anything up for Lent. Basic small talk in many of the circles I run in. It tends to be somewhat awkward for me, because it’s been a long … Continue reading

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