National Day of Unplugging

Maybe I’m getting off easy this week by not having to rush to get a blog ready – although I already wrote (and Kathryn already edited –Thank you, Kathryn) a pretty kick-butt blog post. BUT…you will have to wait until next week because I’m celebrating National Day of Unplugging this weekend.

I will, unfortunately, have to leave my cell phone on because it’s my only personal phone line, but I promise to not text or cruise over to Facebook or Pinterest. Gosh…what will I do with my time?

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Oh, who am I kidding? You know I’ll declutter something 🙂 What will you do?

You still have a few hours to read these great posts about why occasional unplugging is good:

Why I Quit Facebook

Disconnect Your Life

Going Dark: National Day of Unplugging 2013

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “National Day of Unplugging

  1. Slow down on the challenges! I’m still looking at my closet in terror at the thought of getting rid of something I may miraculously need. 🙂
    Actually, I’m grateful for the challenge. Keep on pushing us, societal lemmings, to live more simply! Love ya!

    • 🙂 This is only a 24 hour challenge. You can do this! Think of it as 24 hours you’ll have now to get busy on that closet. Oh, and btw, I read a good book yesterday called “Enough: Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity” by Adam Hamilton. It’s perfect for you, Cheryl!

  2. I’ve been incorporating a similar thing. I have been setting a time limit on how long I have the computer on each day. Sunday I will be out for a birthday party and will most likely not even turn the computer on. I have already put limits on technology, no social media sites for me, they waste too much time and rarely use my phone as I’d rather talk to someone in person.

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