Instead of a Digital Detox, Why Not Take a Weekly Tech Shabbat?

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In the past few years, the digital detox--a break for a fixed amount of time from cell phones, laptops, and all the other electronics that hog our brain capacity--has become trendy. There are digital detox summer camps, evening parties, and pricey retreats. But shelling out $400 for a weekend of disconnecting with other tech addicts is a bit extreme. Instead, why not try just taking a 24-hour break from electronics once a week? Read more here

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