Embracing Analog in a World Gone Digital

2 thoughts on “Embracing Analog in a World Gone Digital”

  1. Love these suggestions, Heidi. I have fond memories of the spiral-bound Thomas map I used to find patients in my home health caseload. And the over-sized paperback atlas we have in our car to get a bigger view of a new area we’re traveling.

    Here are a few more analog ideas:
    We can wear analog watches with hour and second hands and numbers.
    We can hang laundry on the clothesline.
    We can hand-write thank you notes and post cards (reportedly, post cards make it to our federal representatives faster than sealed envelopes that have to go through more scrutiny).
    We can strike up a conversation with someone waiting in line instead of scrolling through social media feeds.

    Thanks for this inspiration to be more present.

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