It’s important to unplug but it might leave you feeling disconnected. Especially during a time when we can’t see our friends and family, wanting to go offline might make you feel like an outsider. If you’re like me, you often crave a simpler time when technology didn’t rule our lives, yet you can appreciate all of the opportunities available to us as a result of it.
It’s time to burst the bubble. I’m speaking metaphorically and literally. We are living under collective delusion. Since July people have been enjoying their summers and regaining much needed mental health by getting out and about and socializing. It’s time to get real and burst our bubbles of delusion.