most of us do consider themselves to be digitally qualified and perhaps even being power users. Most of the stuff I am doing for work and also in private life is digitally supported in one way or the other.
However, there are things, which I deliberately do in an analog fashion, though there are digital solutions for it.
I am wondering what the other members of Mac Power Users are preferring to do analog, rather than digital?
To kick it off from my side:
I still write handwritten letters - not to the tax authorities, but friends, my special one, my family. I have a wonderful old fountain pen and I use handmade Japanese paper for those letters.
I read specialist literature in an ebook format - but real (good!) literature, I still read on paper (could you imagine Tolstoi as an ebook?!)
I do have an Apple music subscription which I use in the car, while jogging, etc. but when I want to concentrate on music (mostly Classical or Jazz in those occasions) I still have a vinyl record player and I still buy vinyl records, I have great speakers and the sound is incomparable to any Songs, HomePod, or such.
I write my journal handwritten - it makes me more thinking of what I write and which words I use. Also - as I am traveling a lot - I write a traveling journal and for that I am using a Midori traveler notebook.
That is a selection of what I am doing analog - how about you?