Can you unplug for a week? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah?


Can you unplug for a day, even a month? No television, internet or cell phones? Is it possible? I mean, can this be a reality for a week or even a day or two? We live in a connected world and our expectations have changed.

We’re supposed to check email multiple times a day and be available to take phone calls at any hour. This happens on the job front and in the work force, as well as in our collective businesses. And some of us are suffering for it.

The easy access and connection that was touted as the new way to create work life balance has, instead, stolen the life part out of the equation. I’ve seen a family in restaurants having dinner and everyone at the table is glued to a cell phone. What has happened in today’s society that we’re so dependent on our electronic connections?

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on Conversations Of A Sistah” for my commentary “No TV, Cell Phone or Internet?Can you go without your electronics for a week? Or even a day?

Tune in and take the challenge!!!

All “Conversation links” in this post will access the show!

See you on the air!!

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60 thoughts on “Can you unplug for a week? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah?

  1. Trace this is a good question..tough but good. I’m tuning in. You taking calls? Or are we just adding our 2 cents here.

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  2. It’s easy to unplug if you can’t afford cable and ya ass is living off of borrowed wifi 😂😁😂😁😂and lawd don’t pay that cell phone bill you’ll be unplugged fa-sho

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  3. I think that “unplugging” is more about being IN TUNED than being distracted. Tuning in to find out.

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  4. Tra
    I tried this last year, but did each individually for a week. I choose not do to all 3 at once…good topic

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  5. Can you go without your electronics for a week? Or even a day? —> I’m going TO JUST DO IT!!! I’m going to unplug for 3 days 🙂

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  6. it’s quiet up in dis bitch.
    Start talking about turning off the television, ya cell phones and internet and y’all running for cover 😆 most of us are addicted just admit it. when I’m spending time with that special someone everything goes off even her clothes 😆 but that’s R business right? Tuning in to hear Tra’s antics on this.

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  7. I don’t have a Landline, so I need my cell however, I can refrain from the internet and cable. for 3 days at least.

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  8. Oh Lawd, no tv, no internet, no cell, no text messages, games or whatever. I think that’ll be the hardest part. I love to play my video games. I also have to figure out how to play music around the house (I currently use pandora.com or iTunes) and my nearly 3 year old LOVE music. We may just do a lot of singing. Sheesh

    Tracy WHY? WHY? WHY? LOL

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  9. At this point a week doesn’t seem feasible to me just given the nature of my business, but who knows… maybe I can work it out at some point. Can’t wait to hear the show thou 🙂

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  10. Gonna be good commentary 🙂 hope Tracy is not as short as she was last week. And she had a guest. O_o

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  11. I’m already online. Laying on this topic. Tracy gotta tell me why I gotta give my cell phone up for a week, hell a day even.

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    • Tracy gotta tell me why I gotta give my cell phone up for a week, hell a day even.
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      it’s healthy to silence ya backgrounds. you insights become clearer when you do. try it sometimes.

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  12. Oh well there you have it.
    I’m doing it. Thanks Mz. Bell
    I think it’s a healthy gesture

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  13. Tracy have me on the edge waiting to hear what song she’s going to play at the end. I’s be waitin on that 😆 tonight’s commentary was interesting. learn how to like yourselves people.

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    • learn how to like yourselves people.
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      Can’t believe Trace would go to the movies alone?
      Dayum!!! where was I?

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