Encouraging people to take a break from the relentless deluge of technology
The National Day of Unplugging is a respite from the relentless deluge of technology and information. With roots in Jewish tradition, this modern day of rest was developed by Reboot as a way to bring some balance to our increasingly fast-paced way of life and reclaim time to connect with family, friends, the community and ourselves. Shut down your computer. Turn off your cell phone. Stop the constant emailing, texting, Tweeting and Facebooking to take time to notice the world around you. Connect with loved ones. Nurture your health. Get outside. Find silence. Avoid commerce. Give back. Eat Together.
The National Day of Unplugging 2012 is over but we’re encouraging people to continue taking a regular respite from the relentless deluge of technology and information.
To connect with National Day of Unplugging on Facebook, click here: http://www.facebook.com/SabbathManifesto
To learn more about the Sabbath Manifesto, the on-going unplugging project that was the genesis of the National Day of Unplugging, click here: http://www.NationalDayOfUnplugging.com