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    Get Off The Internet: A Challenge to Reconnect With Yourself

    What do you do most of the time you are online? Apart from reading that is. Blogging, designing, emailing, gaming, pinning, reading, socializing, surfing, watching videos, writing reviews… take your pick. Even when we’re not in front of the personal computer or laptop, we may have a
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      Get Off The Internet: A Challenge to Reconnect With Yourself

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