For some people, it’s a round of golf or a walk outdoors.
For others, it may be those thirty minutes in the kitchen, having a meal with family, without any electronics.
Some enjoy sitting in stillness, cross-legged, early in the morning.
It could also be twenty minutes of reading or writing something on paper as you wind down your evening.
Whether you do some version of a few or all of the above, or something else altogether, it doesn’t really matter.
What matters is that at least once a day, you make some dedicated, scheduled time in your routine to unplug,
Even if it’s for as little as five minutes to start.
Constantly being plugged in is very bad for your health, and as you may know, I rarely use the words ‘good’ or ‘bad’.
I’ll explain more about why tomorrow.