I read somewhere recently that after only one week of camping without electronics, your biological clock resets—causing you to sleep better.
Well, I’ve never been one to go camping. My idea of roughing it would be a hotel without cable TV.
However, I do see the value of unplugging from electronics and reconnecting with God, family, and myself.
I never cease to be amazed by how connected, dependent, and even obsessed people are with being online—especially being on social media. People really think that everyone cares about what they had to eat for lunch, so they must show us a picture of it. Some people think we care about the road conditions in some city we may never even visit. Some folks think that everyone really needs to know about their every move, any observations made, or about somebody that has made them angry.
Sorry, but we really don’t. Honestly. We don’t.