Inspiration in Ordinary Things: Logging Off the Internet

Inspiration in Ordinary Things: Logging Off the Internet

Some days, my screen time is EMBARRASSING.

And over the past year, that number has only grown. I average 3-4 hours (on my phone) and that’s not even including the hours I spend working on my laptop. You add it all up, and that equals a lot of headaches from staring at a screen, an overwhelming amount of content being created and consumed, and hidden somewhere in the midst of it all — INSPIRATION (at least, that’s the idea.

The internet is full of so many great things — empowerment, connection, community — but that can be hard to find. And when you’re feeling burnt out and looking for a new spark, the search may leave you feeling more drained than inspired. 

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