Get Out


Increasingly our work and skills confine us to a computer. The way we connect with people has also moved more towards screens and data than real life. It’s easy to get comfortable in those environments, but we’re not meant to stay there. 

The world becomes skewed and distorted through pixels and the headlines we read on them. Every once in a while, be sure to get out(side). See the world through its true colors, and touch something real. It will help put our lives back in perspective.

Stephen RoblesOutside