U- Unplug (A to Z Blogging Challenge.)

Do you ever just sit and wonder how was life before Internet especially after social media took over. If you are a 90’s kid or belong to the generation before that I am sure you miss those old days.

I really sometimes get so irritated being the constant slave of the social media and the damn smartphone. In this lock down I wonder if somehow something would happen to the overall network around the world and we are left with no internet, like we are lock down and plus no internet…How would life be then?

Sometimes it feels it will be impossible to live, and then sometimes I wonder it will be like old days, being in the moment rather than just capturing them and uploading them. Living in the moment, talking with families, we will be more productive than we are at the moment.

Sometimes unplug-ing for me also means to unplug from the daily routine which at the moment we won’t be able to, but normally also I wish to just escape.

I did a mistake, I should have named this blog the dream girl’s blog. Lol! My wish-list somehow revolve around escaping, travelling, being adventurous. The last few days of A to Z blogging are left and yet again I still have some adventure wishes to share…

Unplug for me is to escape from the routine, mundane life, escape from the chaos and let me travel in solitude and gain experience for life, unplug from the people that only fill me with melancholy and fill agony within me, unplug from everything that does not make me happy…

I wish I could just unplug and begin to live the life I wish and want to live. This desire is burning within me like a fire…If only life could be that simple…

4 thoughts on “U- Unplug (A to Z Blogging Challenge.)

  1. I unplug often and this is one of the main reasons I quit Twitter.
    I was never on Facebook and on Instagram it is purely for my love towards photography.
    I use the phone as little as possible. Having smart technology constantly at our fingertips has its advantages but it it comes with a slew of disadvantages to our health and well-being. When we unplug, we give ourselves the time and space to recharge, which makes us feel better when we return to normal life.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *