The Huffington Post reports that a "recent report from consumer research company SDL" that interviews 4000 people from the US, UK and Australia about their travel habits reveals that lots of them now try to work in a digital detox when they go on vacation. The two things that jumped out at me:
- 60% of U.S. travelers “always unplug” or “unplug as much as possible” while on vacation.
- Nearly one third of survey respondents say they wait to share vacation experiences on social media until after they get home.
The second is particularly striking to me, as the temptation to post Instagram photos of your margarita is especially easy to give in to.