Who hasn't wanted to do a digital cleanse? To get away from being constantly tethered to the world via gadgets for a while? For some of us, even taking a day away from computers, smartphones, email and social media platforms is a challenge that needs to be scheduled in days in advance.
Inspired by the realization that he and his best friends were spending their time together all locked-in to various gadgets, Jake Reilly unplugged from digital life for 90 days. What he found during what he called The Amish Project, was that things were simpler, he was calmer, he had more free time, and he had relationships with people, not profile pages.
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