#Nophone day six and seven: Final thoughts on going phoneless

I spent most of yesterday touring United Airlines’ new corporate headquarters and meeting with customer service executives. I’ll have a full report soon. But in the meantime, here are a few final words about our #Nophone challenge, which ends today.
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#Nophone day five: “There, there. We still love you.”

Just a day after we’d fallen off the wagon, Skype gave us a big hug.
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#Nophone day four: We couldn’t help it, we fell off the wagon!

We couldn’t do it.
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#Nophone day three: less talk, more action

Today was not a day for talk. Today was the day for action.
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#Nophone day one: Are we suffering from cellular withdrawals yet?

Maybe we picked the wrong day to quit talking.
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We’re giving up our phones for a week and then we’re throwing a big party

For the next seven days, we’re giving up our phones. Seriously.
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What’s your favorite way to communicate when you’re away? Here’s ours

You can never be close enough to one of these. / Photo by Paul McCord - Flickr
As some of you may have noticed, I’ve been on the road a lot lately. I’m traveling across the country with my family and we’re documenting every moment of the trip on our family travel blog, Away is Home. Staying in touch with the ranch back in Winter Springs, Fla., can be a challenge, it turns out.
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