national day of unplugging
For college students, taking a break after a big study session and going for a walk, or planning a longer hike following
There are places like reSTART, tucked away in the woods outside a major city known for its inclusion of technology, and there are people like Ryan and Peter. It's safe to say that I will be thinking of them and their recovery, for a long time to come.
So. Many. Possibilities.
How to regulate kids' social media usage is a perennially hot topic, with parents constantly looking for new guidelines in an ever-expanding digital frontier.
Last year there were 14,500 tweets reaching 29 million people on the subject, Tanya Schevitz, spokesperson for Reboot's National
Teach yourself something new. If you've ever wanted to learn French or how to play the guitar, now's your chance. According
Unplug for two whole weeks? It's not as crazy as it sounds, and studies show it will help you be more refreshed, focused
It's my belief that the point of "unplugging movement" isn't to completely tear us away from our devices -- in fact, it's quite the opposite. The point of disconnecting from our devices and reconnecting to the world around us is to remind us that there is a world outside of our screens -- and as a result, there's a way to come back to them and use them in a more mindful manner.
I had set out on this detox mission to do the things I rarely found time to do, but it didn't occur to me until these last few minutes to do nothing. So I took this little bit of time to be with myself, and experience living in the most idle of moments.
"Family is one of the most important reasons to do it," said HuffPost executive lifestyle editor Lori Leibovich. "In order
Live in the moment for the moment’s sake. If a digital detox will teach you anything, it’s that not every incredible view
A growing body of research -- and plenty of anecdotal evidence -- suggests that excessive use of technology can take a serious
... things could end up like this: As James Cameron's "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" showed us, when technology gets angry