To start with, in the contemporary epoch due to the globalization and technological development processes in order to save “authenticity” one should physically move closer to nature. In particular, the plenty of changes in our perception of the human place in society is demonstrated in the fact that people update their devices every month, technological innovations happen every day, and we change our minds every minute on the consequences of these changes. Therefore, the very environment we live in causes such a transformation of our opinions from “authenticity” as enjoying the present moment to “busyness” as trying to catch up with the future. In this context, complaining about being too busy first appeared at the end of the nineteenth century (Gopnik 157). Therefore, the problem of “busyness” as the disease of the current epoch is clearly seen throughout the years. In this context, the “authentic” lifestyle can be saved if only the systematic change is applied. And so, the very opportunity to live a real-life can become possible if only the city life with its eternal busyness is left behind. Moreover, the thoughtful usage of technologies can help in creating an “authentic” lifestyle. As Adam Gopnik states, with the invention of trains, telegrams, subways, commuter trains, and e-mail messaging people managed to become closer than before (157). Therefore, the special types of technology help people in creating relations by facilitating communication between them.&nbsp.