National Day of Unplugging, How Would Do You Do It?
Have you fallen in love with your smartphone or technology? Are you so obsessed with it that you can't out your devices down long enough to 'distance' yourself or 'unplug.'
The organization 'Reboot' has made Friday March 1, 2019 a National Day of Unplugging. The goal is to from sundown day one through sundown day two without using any electronic device. During this time participants are urged to connect with their loved ones and their communities.
Is this something you think that you can do? Can you go at least 24-hours without using your smartphone or logging on to a computer? It is also possible to make small steps to unplug by not checking social media accounts for 24 hours. What would you do if someone asked to unplug for 24 hours? Can you do it?
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