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Wired up on holiday


Some call it a burden, an obsession; others argue that it is completely natural to be wired up to the outside world, even on holiday. It can be hard to relax or wind down with your telephone permanently within reach and your computer on your bedside table.

Many people find it more stressful with not being able to keep an eye on what’s happening at home than it is coping with the flow of events to which we’re used on an everyday basis. 

The best advice seems to be to decide yourself when and how you want to be available; once a day, every other day or a couple of times a week, depending on how long you’re off for and what feels best for you.

According to a survey by travel agents Ticket, 42% of Swedes wire up on holiday, of which 24% do so to check news sites, just as many check their emails, whilst 17% go into Facebook, Twitter and other social media.

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