Happenstance of disconnection

Face with the word disconnected displayed in green text
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I was on a Tube train last week and opened my phone to the message NO CONNECTION.

The Tube is a great place to avoid connection – If you don’t turn your WiFi on, you can remain unobtainable until you are back above ground. We lost a lot of this opportunity to disconnect during lockdown and, as hybrid work accounts for almost a third of the workforce, we lose the opportunity to disconnect in the times when we’re at home.

The capacity to disconnect is something I cherish and enjoy. Creating that capacity for others is as important as the capacity to be connected.

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