After my public meltdown, I decided it’s time to unplug and that’s exactly what I did. I made some big changes regarding my use of internet and to my surprise, it wasn’t hard at all! That means two things: I wasn’t addicted ( I never thought I was, actually) and I was REALLY fed up with the whole internet thing. I might do a little unplugging challenge for those of you that feel similar. It will be fun, going against the grain kind of thing, but not to much of a pain in the….. Yet again, it depends on how much of an internet person are you.
PS- This past month, I only used internet when it was necessary (banking, emails) or pure fun.
I didn’t have that much of a success with ditching chocolate though, but I’m back on track now. Didn’t have much of a success with regularly attending tai chi and gym too, but I’m hoping to be back in the game soon. I ditched mindfulness classes: it’s not time for organized and planned mindfulness yet, but I started to use relaxation, colouring books and quiet time daily.
Where I’ve been:
Just around 🙂
What I’ve watched on tv/netflix :
What I’ve read :
Sara Shepard is my ultimate favourite young adult writer.
I love her spin on teenage life. ‘Perfectionists’ is another great novel. It’s nerve wracking sometimes, but that is what makes it a page turner! Reading part 2 (‘Good girls’) very soon.
Sound cheesy I know, but it contains some good advice and visualization techniques that can be useful (even in a workplace).
My favourite blog post :
Love Thyself from Living in Mommywood
This post contains affiliate links from Amazon. That means that if you decide to buy something after clicking one of Amazon links on this site, I receive a small commission 🙂 Thank you!
Shop this post: