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on social media

despite the fact that many people consider facebook & all other forms of social media nothing but a fabricated highlight reel, i completely disagree. i love seeing all the moments, celebrations, and even hearing of the disappointments people face that I otherwise might not get to be a part of. 448 more words


Unplug Yourself

Here’s a tip for a healthier, more resilient future: get outdoors more and leave your smart phone at home when you do. There’s plenty of evidence that suggests we need what nature gives us for free: refreshment, relaxation, and a sense that we are part of something larger than the manmade environment in which we spend most of our waking hours. 756 more words


The Benefits of a Walk Under the Stars

So last night I went for this walk and it’s the deepest I’ve thought in a long time. . . 638 more words


I hate commercials

Philippians 4:8

“Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, dwell on these things.” 437 more words


New culture: Dumbphones versus smartphones

This summer I spent several weeks in Mexico City teaching a class for an immersion program for psychology and MFT students. I packed light and only brought two gadgets with me – my laptop and iPhone 5s. 942 more words

My Blog (word Blog)

Unplugged: a Gift to Myself.

Silent trees stand solemn, guarding the secrets of the ancients.

Ripples on the river, lazily chasing each other across a mirrored surface.
There is no urgency here. 230 more words




I’m a dichotomy when it comes to technology. I love technology in the Brookstone, James Bond sense. In other words, I love gadgets, always have. 386 more words