Top Reasons to Unplug and Go on a Tech-Free Vacation (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 12 Aug 2016
I’m going on vacation and for the first time ever, I’ve decided that it will be a tech-free vacation. I plan to unplug and try to use as little tech as possible for the coming couple of weeks.

You might think that I’m a fool or that I’ve finally snapped. But there’s reason to my madness and I truly believe that a tech-free vacation will be beneficial. Here’s why.

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Via Modis.


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