|5 Tips on How to Unplug and Breathe Again
By Paula Damiano – Editor, NAFE NEWS & NOTESElectronics rule our lives. Mostly that’s a good thing. The resultant increased productivity and time savings make work and life so much easier. But better connectivity often means always connected – and that’s a problem. Half of American workers report doing some work in their free time to meet job demands. And according to the Pew Research Center, 84% of cell phone users claim they couldn’t go a single day without their device.
You know you should take a break. But why – and more importantly, how?
Author Anne Lamott makes this observation: “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.”
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