Online to offline: Inspiring Minds
Offline activitiesWe have focused in the previous few steps on how we can adopt strategies to improve our relationship with technology, how we can improve our home-working environment and how we can avoid adding to others’ information overload. Now let’s take the opportunity to consider some of the offline activities David mentioned in the video. As part of your considerations of online/offline balance are there any non-digital activities you are going to explore to help you ‘switch off’ and relax?Do you plan on taking up a new hobby? Are you going to bring down the Lego from the loft? Are you interested in exploring your creative side? Or do you want to relax with a new book? In the comments section, share some activities you are going to explore.
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