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Unplug, for 48 hours (or more:P)

Chelsea Lefebvre  February 11, 2013

I have been becoming increasingly aware of the amount of time I spend with electronics. Wake up, check phone, check emails, check facebook,  work at a computer 8 hours a day, come home and pinterest, watch TV, etc.  I feel like I could use a nice break. Find some relaxing peaceful spot ...

"Unplug" for 48 hours

torislist  January 17, 2013

This means: No texting, no twitter, no TV, no interenet, no instagram, no ANYTHING. (Except my camera)

Completely "unplug" for 48 hours just because

Leah  December 31, 2012

Not because I have to. Just because I feel like it.

"Unplug" for 48 Hours

Melanie Leland  July 5, 2013

I was able to unplug when I went away to camp to work for the summer :) It was a much needed break!

Unplug for 48 hours

Katherine Ammon  January 1, 2015

 No Facebook, extra TV, music, or phone. It was hard at first, but what I learned was that it's far better for me to not watch any TV during the day - I get alot more done, including the things I truly want to be doing, and I eat better. I also deactivated my Facebook entirely, just have...

"unplug" for a full 48 hours

Christina Vanvuren  June 8, 2012

must do this when Will is not deployed!! This includes no phone, computer, tv, or radio!!!

"Unplug" for 48 hours

Iraventr  May 10, 2016

"Unplug" for 48 hours. Yes. I need this.   Picture:

Unplug for 48 hours

Servane  July 24, 2015

I was on holiday with my parents in a small village and we didn't have any wifi, so I thought it was the right time to put all my electronic devices away, and enjoy the little things. It's actually easier said than done...          

Unplug for 48 hours

Nandan Adhikari  April 13, 2017

Disconnect from any means of communications. Disconnect from phones, social media, emails, etc.  

"Unplug" for 48 hours

Lauren Culling  May 24, 2015

 Nature and environment and stuff

Unplug for 48 hours

lori.carde  May 31, 2009

My husband and I walked trails, talked, enjoyed the outdoors. Was great! 

"Unplug" Completely For 48 Hours

NavySister  January 11, 2015

Just to see if I can do it without going crazy.  

Unplug for 48 hours

Jill Anibas  April 15, 2015

I totally did this while on a 14 day vacation in Morocco, Africa!  It was amazing!  NO Stress and no headaches!  

"Unplug" for 48 Hours

Kalah Paice  September 29, 2014

I did this for 6 days straight 1 year ago, but it needs to happen again.   

Unplug Completely For 48 Hours

Bryan Midlam  September 29, 2014

 Done during trip to Grand Staircase - Escalante, and felt amazing!

"unplug" for a full 48 hours

Anna Vogel  September 3, 2014

No mobile phone, no computer, no video games, no tv wasn't as hard as I thought it would be... actually it felt... relaxing. I felt more at peace and could enjoy the day more. Listening to the birds instead of music while walking with my dog. Enjoying nature instead of taking pictures... I think ...

"Unplug" for 48 hours

SooMin Koh  April 11, 2014

I realised that I spend almost my entire time at home in front of my laptop. Checking facebook, email, news, playing on my smart phone and so on are wearing thin already! I'm beginning to get scared of the constant connectivity that I am exposed to, and so:  yep, "unplugging" f...

Unplug for a full 48 hours

Sara Jackson  April 2, 2014

No electronic devices for two full days. Unplug anything and everything that involves electricity.   

"Unplug" for 48 hours

Sydni Candelaria  October 15, 2011

Leave all electronic stuff alone. Not feel so pressured by 'keeping up' with society.

Unplug/Off The Grid for 48 hours

Craig  January 19, 2014

If I can pull this off for a full day, why not a full weekend? Could truly get some writing done.

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