Sometimes I just need a time-out. Time for me. Time to do what I want, when I want, and why I want.
And try hard not to think it selfish.
With so much time at home and school being "officially" out, scrolling through social media and getting sucked into its toxic hold was taking up too much of my time. Last weekend I took a personal time-out, and I unplugged for almost three days.
Do you know what I learned?
- The world continues with or without me scrolling through it.
- My personal productivity increased.
- It wasn't as difficult as what I thought it would be.
- I was happier.
- Returning takes discipline.
- I didn't miss it.
Sunday night I sat with my notebook and wrote my weekend verbs, all the things I did instead of plugging in.
I made time to:
Maybe time-outs aren't such a bad thing after all!