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How do you un­plug from tech­nol­ogy?

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Marge, Ad Sales Co­or­di­na­tor: I un­plug by en­joy­ing a good book (you know, the old-fash­ioned kind with pages that you man­u­ally turn). I en­joy the feel of the pa­per be­tween my fingers and the “old book” smell, which you never get from tech­nol­ogy. Donna Cleve­land, Ed­i­tor in Chief: I love my job, but the fact re­mains that I spend my days star­ing at the screen of my Mac, iPhone, or Ap­ple Watch. When I leave work, go­ing to a yoga or Cross­Fit class helps me break free of my de­vices, if just for an hour. Sarah Kings­bury, Se­nior Web Ed­i­tor: I try to make it hard to mind­lessly waste time on my iPhone by dock­ing it when I'm at home. I can still use my iPhone if I need to, but leav­ing it in one place makes me more likely to en­gage with my fam­ily in­stead of my de­vice. Rheanne, As­so­ciate Ed­i­tor: Un­plug­ging from tech­nol­ogy sounds like a great idea in the­ory, but then I never ac­tu­ally put the idea into prac­tice un­less I do so un­in­ten­tion­ally—like when I ac­ci­den­tally leave my phone at home or for­get to charge it be­fore a trip. Sum­mer 2016

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