Enjoy the game.
Enjoy the ride, no matter where you are or where you are going. Be in the moment with the people around you. Unplug , make memories, and tell stories.
From a previous post, Be in the Moment: Going Device Free to Fenway Park, June 5, 2016
What I wouldn’t do to have a picture of me and my dad in the bleachers at Fenway Park. But, when I was a kid falling in love with a baseball team in the late 70’s, no one brought a camera to a sporting event, except the newscasters. The rest of us, well, we sat back and enjoyed the game.
It's time to take Marie Kondo's advice and apply it to our digital space.
Some questions to ask as you take inventory: Does it "Spark Joy?" If not, just like cleaning our closets every season, we need to kick off the summer months by reevaluating our digital habits and space and if does not "Spark Joy," it has to go.
Turn FOMO to JOMO
Take that Fear Of Missing Out and turn it into Joy Of Missing Out.
Unplug and do whatever you enjoy doing and make sure you do it with absolute joy! Go to the beach, watch the sunrise or set, count the stars at night, swing on a hammock, play a board game, and get reintroduced to some of your favorite memories of summer, device -free.
From a previous post, Lessons Learned Going Device Free, June 6, 2016
What was my big take away yesterday being device free? I should do it more often. Yesterday, I was not a prisoner to my device. No one virtually owned my attention or my time. I didn’t feel pulled in a million directions nor did I feel compelled that I “had to” check my phone, answer my email, upload my status, etc.