I agree with most of that. What is great, though, is being able to leave it behind in its entirety - don't you ever want to do that?
I think I mentioned the other week that I'm learning to fly (an aircraft!) and to be up there with no phone, no computer (the plane I'm training on is instruments only, no auto anything). The only contact I have with the outside world is my instructor and ground control. It will be really wonderful in a few weeks when I can go solo.
Before I was flying, I would get peace and solitude from night hiking where I would set off in the evening with a back pack and tent, walk into the unknown (well, I'd have an idea where I was), set up my tent and spend the night under the stars. Obviously that's much easier now I've left London but even before that, I would drive off to somewhere new and do the same.
Try something to get away from it all - it's much more interesting and exciting when you get back to it after even a short break.