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Thank you for being a part of Phone Free Day
Many people feel that we spend too much time on our phone, learn how we are changing this.
A day to get more out of life by using your phone smarter
We challenge you to make Phone Free Day whatever works for you from intro level to full detox. Bring on board friends, family, colleagues and have fun while challenging yourselves to use your phones in a more mindful way.
Participation is open to anyone who wants to experiment with their phone habits to focus better and be healthier.
Phone Free Day is a non-profit grass root initiative to raise awareness on how smartphone overuse is affecting us, and support participants to change their habits.
Join us for Phone Free Day March 19th 2021.
Why Phone Free Day
75% of us feel addicted to our phones and we average over 3 hours per day on them.
This is not a problem in itself but the consequences can be. Disturbed sleep, increased stress and anxiety, disability to focus at work and studies, conflicts with friends and family, physical wellbeing, are some of the common effects of smartphone overuse.
Does that mean that we should throw the smartphones away? No.
It means that we need to be smarter with how we use them.
It means that we need to use this piece of technology as a tool in an intentional and mindful way, as opposed to mindlessly scrolling.
We want to support you to start your journey to a healthy phone use and reap the benefits!
How attached are you to your phone?
What happens now?
Make sure to do your challenges, and have an amazing Phone Free Day in your own way. Keep up any habits that you felt improved your quality of life.
We encourage you to do this together with others. Challenge your family, friends, colleagues, to take control of our smartphone use together.
Use the phone - don't let it use you.
Reflections from participants 2020
"Phone Free Day was a great opportunity to connect with my friends properly without the phones distracting."
"Today feels quieter than other days. I also feel lighter and less pressured. Not missing social media at all. "
"I got SO much more work done on Phone Free Day and had lots more to talk about with my partner at the end of the day"
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