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Digital Detox, Camp Grounded & Reboot present UNPLUG SF

From digitaldetox.org

An Off-The-Gid Party to Celebrate Reboot's National Day of Unplugging. Check your phone at the door and together we’ll redefine what it means to truly be connected. It’s like summer camp for adults, in the city, for one epic night of pure unadulterated fun. Everyone is invited (21+) 7:00pm-12:30am @ Broadway Studios Friday, March 6th 2014 Join Digital Detox, Camp Grounded and Reboot for our largest Device-Free Drinks celebration to date. Leave your phone at home or check it at the door for a nig
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Join The National Day Of Unplugging – March 4-5, 2016

From nationaldayofunplugging.com

We increasingly miss out on the important moments of our lives as we pass the hours with our noses buried in our iPhones and BlackBerry’s, chronicling our every move through Facebook and Twitter and shielding ourselves from the outside world with the bubble of “silence” that our earphones create.

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8 Easy Ways to Feed Your Soul

From www.yogiapproved.com

Feeding your soul by spending time outdoors, listening to music, unplugging, indulging, expressing yourself, getting nostalgic, reading, & seeking thrills.
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Put warning labels on smartphones to prevent digital addiction, say researchers

From www.telegraph.co.uk

Smartphones and tablets should carry warning labels like alcohol and cigarettes, research has claimed
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Find Happiness By Giving Up These 15 Things

From themindunleashed.org

by L Luminita D. Saviuc Purpose Fairy Here is a list of 15 things which, if you give up on them, will…
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6 Ways to DE-CLUTTER Your Life & Breathe Again

From joypedrow.com

Clutter. Our lives are cluttered with unnecessary things. Our hearts are cluttered with issues and baggage from our past. Our time is cluttered with addiction
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Benefits of Reading: Getting Smart, Thin, Healthy, Happy

From www.rd.com

A love of reading can protect your brain from Alzheimer’s disease, slash stress levels, encourage positive thinking, and fortify friendships. Here's how your brain and body benefit when you crack open a book.
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Jess Davis Folk Rebellion - Beauty and Well Being

From beautyandwellbeing.com

Folk Rebellion


"I I want to live my life; not record it,’ says Jess Davis, borrowing a line from Jackie Onassis."

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Infographic: How To Survive The Never-Ending Workday

From designtaxi.com

It is increasingly difficult for us to get away from work, especially when our mobile devices keep us connected and updated all the...
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5 ways to declutter your mind

From www.sovhealth.com

For a space that doesn’t make a sound, the mind can be the nosiest place in the world. The mind is full of constant chatter from reminders about deadlines, errands and meetings, to your own voice telling you to stop and take time for yourself.
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6 Unusual Ways to Rejuvenate Yourself During Your Lunch Break

From www.levo.com

Capitalizing on your lunch hour as often as possible is important. That doesn’t need to mean spending a ton of money or even spending a full hour of time. It does, however, mean doing more than scarfing down a PB&J at your desk. Lunch is an opportunity to give yourself a break—physically, men...
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From writertrishmariedawson.com

In an attempt to escape city life for a day, the kids and Zoey the Dog accompanied me on a day trip into San Diego's East County this weekend. I grew up in these parts, always dirty and mostly unpl...
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Ways to improve your mood instantly

From www.fitnessrepublic.com

Sometimes when you’re having a bad day, you really need some good ways to lift your mood. With our simple mood enhancers, you can make a bad day good.
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Why Being Present in the Moment is So Important

From www.yahoo.com

According to this Harvard University study, almost half of our waking hours are spent NOT living in the moment. In the morning, when you brush your daughter’s hair, you’re not paying attention to the scent of her strawberry shampoo or listening to her sweet chatter about yesterday’s art class.
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Millennials Unplugged

From nnnlp.com

We have been trying to pinpoint why Millennials flock to newspaper media despite the fact that they are the first generation of digital natives. Almost 1/3rd of Millennials read printed newspapers at least once a week and comScore reports that more than 42 million (almost half of A18-34) are visiting newspaper websites regularly. In search …
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Dixie® Launches ‘Dark for Dinner’ Movement Encouraging Consumers to Unplug and Connect

From www.multivu.com

Join the movement, ‘Be More Here’ and enjoy quality family time during dinner
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15 Delicious 1-Hour Recipes That'll Help You Unplug Every Day

From www.huffingtonpost.com

We live in a screen culture. There are TV screens in bars, waiting rooms, gas stations and even taxi cabs. Computers are in virtually every home and office. And then there's the little screen many of us
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Want to be happy? Slow down

From ideas.ted.com

In this free-wheeling discussion at TED Global in October 2014, Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard talked with journalist and writer Pico Iyer about how to spend time meaningfully.
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State Parks Urge Kids To Unplug And Enjoy The Outdoors

From www.huffingtonpost.com

Some states are trying to get couch-potato kids to unplug from the digital world and plug in to the pleasures of stargazing, kayaking, studying insects and other outdoor pursuits in state parks. States
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5 Non-Digital Activities to Refuel Your Creativity

From www.thinkingcloset.com

I'm saying goodbye to the skyline Hello to the sweet pines Gonna see you later street lights I'm headed back to tree lines To free time and starry nights To bonfires and fire flies Pack your bags i...
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