un·plug (ʌnˈplʌg)
verb.

1. to remove an electric plug from an outlet
2. to free from an obstruction
3. to disconnect (an appliance, a telephone, etc.) by removing a plug
4. v.i. to become unplugged

 

des·co·nec·tar

Don’t you ever feel compelled to be permanently connected, as in fulfilling a duty? Then, with disconnecting, your hands start shaking, your heart speeds up and your mind just can’t stop.

Don’t you persistently have this uncontrollable urge to be wired up? Then, when going unwired, a giant fear of missing out takes over.

Don’t you often feel this constant need to be always on? Then, with being always on, people will want you always on.

From time to time, unplug.

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