25 Ways to Unplug.


Did I ever tell you about that time when I was watching 90210 in the bath and my phone fell in? Well, I learnt a friggin’ lot that day. Basically not to behave like a douche but besides that I discovered the importance of switching off.

Whilst my phone had been shoved into a sandwich bag full of rice and had taken up residence in the airing cupboard, I realised that in many ways I was better off without it.

The thought of being without your phone for a long period of time can be daunting for some, especially with the amount of importance placed upon replying to emails and answering calls. However, there are also many reasons to take time time out.

Here’s a little list of things that I found beneficial when I was without my phone:

  • Time went slower (in a good way)
  • I engaged more in creative projects
  • I gave my full attention to whoever or whatever needed it
  • I engaged more in conversation

Now with that in mind, I created a list of 25 things to do for those in need of a digital detox. I hope they come in handy : )


  1. Browse your local farmers market
  2. Create a photo diary of your day
  3. Discover new places
  4. Go for a drive
  5. Cook something new
  6. Streamline your wardrobe
  7. Create a spa at home
  8. Visit the library
  9. People-watch
  10. Dance
  11. Rearrange your space
  12. Visit an art gallery or museum
  13. Chill with your pet
  14. Organise your bookshelf
  15. Start a scrapbook
  16. Visit someone
  17. Walk
  18. De-clutter and donate stuff to charity
  19. Listen to a new album from beginning to end
  20. Read a chapter from your favourite book
  21. Write in your journal
  22. Do some gardening
  23. Paint
  24. Watch YouTube tutorials
  25. Create a bucket list


Hope you all have a lovely Monday guys!

H x

2 thoughts on “25 Ways to Unplug.

  1. Your beginning paragraph made me laugh, especially because i don’t know a lot of people who watched 90210 in the bath like me. Completely agree with the technology detox! J x

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