I work a 9 to 5 job and have for almost two decades. I order most things I need from Amazon and love the new camera on the latest, greatest, smartphone. I'm very fortunate to have a college education, a good job, and can always put food on the table. But something is missing.
I feel like I've aged five years in the last two. My eyesight has gotten worse, my back hurts from sitting–literally sitting on my ass–and my attention span is only...
What are we doing? Seriously, what are we doing with our lives right now and what are we doing to get pointed back in the right direction?
Zoom calls are killing us. Hyper-connectedness is shortening our attention spans and maybe even our lives. If we want to change the course of the future, we've got to change what we're doing today.
RELIC is our game plan for using our hands to fight back against everything that's making us feel less human. Your gramps was handy, your pops probably was, too. So what happened? Why should we sit quietly doom scrolling on our iPhones thinking maybe if we scroll a little further, it will all make sense.
Time to put down the devices, set goals, set limits, and make some time to get back in touch with your hands.