A Less Digital Life Wrap-Up

lessdigitallifeinterventionprintableIt’s been a joy to have you with me for A Less Digital Life. I’ll be filling in gaps in the series over the next few weeks, so check back soon. In the meantime, I’ll leave you with this little printable of several of our daily assignments to help you keep living a less digital life. When you need some new prompts, I recommend Ann Voskamp’s “Before You Click…” printable as well.

In the days ahead, I hope you’ll enjoy a new presence of heart and mind in your daily surroundings. Worship the Lord, no other gods before Him. Soak in His creativity in nature. Sneak away from social media and find the creative in you. Love your people well, with touch, and eye contact and words of affirmation. Do your work, even your daily grind, as unto the Lord, undistracted.

I can’t think of a day when I’ve wished I had spent more time on the Internet, but I can think of many days when I’ve found myself wishing I would have focused more on the people and other blessings right in reach. After the time spent on the subject this past month, I’m even more convinced that the abundant life comes most readily to those living a less digital life. Are you with me?

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Thank you to all who entered to win a copy of Marybeth Hick’s book, “The Perfect World Inside My Minivan.” Congratulations to commenter number 1, Barb from Franciscan Mom. You should be receiving your copy from Marybeth shortly!

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