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Take a deep breath, slow down to navigate into a richer more fulfilling life.
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Your Family Deserves the Same Attention as Your Smartphone

Your Family Deserves the Same Attention as  Your Smartphone | Unplug | Scoop.it
This picture right here was my tipping point.  Right before I snapped this shot I told Delaney, I wasn't going to work AT ALL that day - no phone, no computer - just us.  And this was her reaction....
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Imagine that big smile on the face of your little girl when you tell her you're not going to work that day, but instead spend time with her.

 

Sometimes you need to unplug.  This mommy shares her story...

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Are you Unbalanced?

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"The advice he gave me was to go home and take a nap each day until the day of the presentation. I remember thinking “that’s it, a nap” – that’s the best you got? That’s bizarre!"


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Balance is indeed the key to life. Too much work can indeed make Jackie's life dull but also too much play can as well. Approaching both work and play with intention and attention will help us succeed at both.

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Capitalism Encourages Unplugging Using Advertisements

Nothing can spark passion, build character, and bring people together like sports can. There's nothing like the gift of sport. Sports Authority All Things Sp...
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They are seeing their turf threatened so now Capitalism Encourages Unplugging in order to stay relevant.


The Sports Authority sends a message that people need to unplug and get outside where teams, friends and fun can be found taking part in sports. Companies know if they don't get out in front of it now they will lose sales.


In the near future we will see more and more of these commercials as technology keeps more and more of us sitting in our seats and not spending time outdoors or running the courts at a gym.


I can see challenges being born and lines drawn between companies that want you outside and companies that want you inside.

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