Very true. I’ve heard several people talk about how much they loved going somewhere that didn’t have wifi (e.g. an isolated cabin, a remote town, a country on the other side of the globe). Yet we all have the ability to turn off access whenever we want, but we choose not to do it. It’s an enigma.

In my personal life, I want to find a better rhythm for building disconnection into my life every day. You may be interested in this related article about that topic:

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