Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com I’m grateful that I grew up without a phone in my pocket. Life before the internet, social media, email, or apps galore was slower and more simple. Gratification was less instant. Photos had to be developed to be seen. Phones were plugged into the wall. Today, it seems… Continue reading Digital Detoxing: Why & How
Forest bathing, aka meandering in nature, is a practice, similar to and aligned with yoga, meditation and prayer. Developing a meaningful relationship with nature occurs over time, and the connection is deepened by returning frequently throughout the natural cycles of the seasons. Have you ever gone in the woods, not to hike but just to be? When was… Continue reading Nature is the best medicine.
Read the full, original article here on Elephant. The number one lesson I learned from spending the month of February without a phone is this: Phones are not necessary to our survival. Living without them, or at least using them significantly less, is better for our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Once you get used… Continue reading Phone Free, to Do what I Please!
A month ago, on a Wednesday morning on a crowded subway train in Mexico City, a pickpocket stole my phone. I seem to have a knack for losing phones. This stolen one was a replacement of the one I drowned in the lake when it took an unexpected swim with me... when I fell off… Continue reading How Life Improves when you Don’t Have a Phone.