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Is There An App For Going Off The Grid?

Sometimes, what’s more important than the words in the message that a person sends is the context of their communication. That’s the case with the image you see below.

off grid on pinterest

This image was downloaded from GettyImages.com, then uploaded onto Pinterest.com in order to direct people to an article on HuffingtonPost.com, sponsored by Stayfree.com with a 30-day online subscription to Gaiam TV, that is promoting meQuilibrium.com and the GPS-for-The-Soul app on Apple.com’s iTunes store, and recommending that you share the post by email at at Facebook.com.

The advice of this extensive online campaign is: To reduce your stress, get off the grid. “Let your body and mind go off the grid,” it says, in an example of classic irony.

You don’t need any app or online subscription, or web site to get off the grid. You don’t need any tips. You already know what to do.

You
simply
need
to
step
away.

2 thoughts on “Is There An App For Going Off The Grid?”

  1. Dave says:

    S’what I been sayin’, Rowan. I’m goin’ out for a walk.

  2. Jim Cook says:

    The image says the opposite of what the words say: isn’t it hip to be busy?

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