Unplugging made Easy
Fact is that we have to be in front of screens and using devices for at least 8 hours a day. Schools are embracing personal learning devices and students are using iPads or laptops more than notebooks; the textbooks are being replaced by online, blended and hybrid learning. We communicate more on social media than in person. Smartphones have pushed television as only mode of watching news, telenovelas and a tool to pass time. A question arises, are we too plugged in? This week’s prompt for Reflective Writing Club is asking same question: How do we unplug to have a work-life balance in our connected professional lives?
How do we Unplug?
Now your turn. How do you unplug?