Life without an iPhone, day 11.
I miss leaning back, lying down, or being on-the-go with the internet and some amazing apps in my pocket.
If connectivity & information were natural light and the iPhone was one of your main windows to the world at large before it got stolen/smashed/boarded-up, your room suddenly feels a whole lot darker.
But it can be a good thing. It frees you by giving back all the moments of ‘downtime’ you otherwise would have spent checking your phone, and encourages you go spend more time enjoying the world offline - whether it be reading a great book, taking a photo with your Instagram-less camera, or being able to notice all the small details you normally wouldn’t as you stroll down a street.