Unplugging can be so very important. I find that in my twenties, I'm one of very few people I know who can forget their phone for a day and not have a panic attack. I don't immediately turn around and drive home to find it. A day or 3 hours or a trip to the grocery store without a smartphone does not mean the end of the world, nor the end of my social sphere.
As helpful as the internet can be, I've learned exactly how dependent I am on it, and how restrictive of original thought it can be. I lived in Ghana for 3 months where my access to the internet was limited. I quickly learned I didn't know the first thing about research without a computer. When asked to do something new, I immediately thought to look it up online.
How do we teach future generations to respect the access that they have, while still allowing them to use their brains not just to absorb and repeat information, but to innovate and create NEW content as well?