At the tender age of six, the creative fire lit within & I discovered stationery.
The internet wasn’t around when I was a kid, and you know what? I’m so happy about that. I experienced life. I knew what it was like to be bored and have to make my own fun. I immersed myself in creative projects such as drawing and cooking. And I played outside in the fresh air from dusk until dawn.
Reflection aside, I have a confession to make. Until last year I didn’t know of the stationery company Rhodia! Tsk tsk!
Through the process of intuitive browsing, where I click on web links solely based on their immediate visual appeal, I discovered the Rhodia Think Offline movement.
The philosophy is simple – unplug from technology and re-emerge in real time living.
Another catalyst for change?
I’ve got a motto: “Intend. Act. Receive.” And being quite a reflective and visual person, I am inspired to evolve through visual imagery. Quotes, positive posters and artistic photography are excellent fodder for my soul, how about you?
So when you take The Think Offline Movement, and add a Leo Babauta reflection to the equation, what do you get?
- Inspired action?
- Mirrored unconscious reflection?
- A glaringly obvious need to unplug?
I’m taking all of the above as my answer, and giving you visual responses with minimal words! Images are captured by yours truly, except for the quotations and posters.
Here’s 28 ways that you can unplug from technology & create more space for creativity in your life.