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Vita: Life, Disconnected

When I left my job recently, one of the last things I had to do was give back my laptop and iPhone – not the end of the world by any stretch, but nevertheless two pieces of technology to which I had grown accustomed and somewhat attached.

20130630-130509.jpgI’ve been without mobile internet for over a month now and, frankly, I’m loving it. Of course, I don’t wish to be completely internet-less because the truth is the web has been a wonderful support throughout my cancer experience and I’m just as addicted to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as the next person. But there is definitely something to be said for going internet-free for a while, particularly as a recovering cancer patient in need of some head-clearing and soul-searching.

To read the rest of this post in Breast Cancer Care UK’s Vita Magazine and see my Six Reasons to Switch Off Your Smartphone, click here.

 

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2 thoughts on “Vita: Life, Disconnected

  1. Bryan Foat says:

    tricky and savvy… a partial post here invites a hit at another blogspot, good way to up the numbers! (by the way, the complete post is completely worth clicking above, in case anyone has a doubt…)
    And, congrats for what was announced at the end of the post! (anyone who wasn´t interested or curious enough to click through to the other post before should be by now…)

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