FYI: Ed Sheeran Has Officially Been Phone-Free For 2 Years

It’s been 2 years since Ed Sheeran announced his digital detox and is still going strong. Yes, he doesn’t have a cell phone. He took a break from phone /…


It’s been 2 years since Ed Sheeran announced his digital detox and is still going strong.
Yes, he doesn’t have a cell phone. He took a break from phone / social media 2 years back to “travel the world and see everything I missed”

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2 years since I ditched my phone x

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I feel like life is all about balance, and my life wasn’t balanced. Taking it all off the scale balanced it, oddly enough. (source)
Instead, he has an iPad for all his work purpose.
Maybe, time to rethink your phone addiction and claim your life? Set a new (life)style for 2018?

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