Mindfulness | National Day of Unplugging

National Day of Unplugging is an awareness campaign that promotes a 24-hour respite from technology annually observed the first weekend in March. For more than a decade, schools, religious institutions and businesses have used our resources to inspire healthy life/tech balance for their communities. Participation is open to anyone who wishes to elevate human connection over digital engagement.

Join me for National Day of Unplugging from Friday March 5th evening at sundown-to-sundown on Saturday March 6, 2021.

How will you participate in the National Day of Unplugging?

Begin by turning off your phone & notifications on your other devices. Don’t worry things will still be there when you turn it back on!

I plan to finish a few of the books on my side table, going for a long walk with Asher, taking a (lllllllloooooooonnnnnnnggggggg) bath, and cleaning up the apartment and minimizing things.

Tell me how you will spend your 24 hours unplugged!

2 thoughts on “Mindfulness | National Day of Unplugging

  1. Best I can do is try to unplug 🙂

    Maybe a long walk with my wife and my dog, sit at an outdoor café and have a cup of coffee.

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