This event is inspired by the Offline Day subreddit: reddit.com/r/offlineday
The idea is that from sundown on November 1st, to sundown on November 2nd, you have 24 hours of digital detox.You can do things such as read a book or go to the cinema, take a walk or ride a bike, knit a sweater, take a bath, bake a cake or write a book, the opportunities you have are endless!
We’d love to hear about what you plan to do offline next month!
On Offline Day in November, I plan to cook some Thai food mentioned in the magazine I bought 3 months ago, read last months magazine and go for a nice, long walk with the dogs.
This is such a brilliant idea! Thanks @UlaAK!
On Offline Day in November, I plan to finish reading the book I started ages ago and maybe go to a museum!
Go hiking, if the weather stays nice! And read, of course.
That’s the real answer - the aspirational ones are “sort my photos” “clean up around the house” and “paint.”
Anyone else here stay offline every weekend? I try to keep at least Saturday and Sunday morning totally free, and I haven’t regretted it yet.
I assume if I stayed offline on Saturday and Sunday I would get a lot more done. Way to go!
I am going swimming with my family!
Great idea! Swimming is a lot of fun.
I thought it would be great to follow up on Offline Day Nov. 1-2. I’m curious about your experiences, what did/n’t you like about it?
Are you proud of your time spent offline?
What was most difficult for you?
What can you share with us?
As for me, I did not cook as I planned to, but spent time mindfully reading, visiting family, and walking. What about you?