Blog,  Essay

If I were to envision myself going without some technology for a week, I would choose only one: my computer. I don’t have a lot of devices, and when I do go on tech, most of the time you’ll usually see me on my computer because the big screen makes it the easiest to use. So that leaves my X1 music player with AMAZING battery life, my phone with HORRIBLE battery life, and my iPad mini with okay battery life.

So, you are probably thinking “Sophia, you still have three devices! This is soooo called cheating…” But, you still need to think about what I do actually need to use devices for. Things like talking with my friends and studying should be considered because, in quarantine, I don’t want to become dumb or an awkward socializer. Plus, when I listen to music, I don’t look at the screen that often…

Onto how I will survive in this imaginary week without tech. I love drawing, going outdoors, folding origami, gardening, organizing my life, singing everyone’s butts off, bathing in sunshine, maybe socializing, and, being the lazy couch potato that I am, lying on my bed; they all make me happy, so that is the basic summary of how I would spend a [nonexistent] week without technology.

You know, maybe I should try to do this…

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