No phone day!

57 thoughts on “No phone day!”

  1. Yes!! I do this for the entire day at least 3 times a week..and at times … I’ve even enjoyed doing it for a few hours daily. It is true ..we are much more relaxed I even think my relationships with friends and family have improved dramatically! I even smile now with no reason!

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      1. Lol… it’s something I had to do. I felt like I ws losing sight to the beauty around me..I found myself not inspire to write, sketch or paint.

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  2. It’s really awesome! When I tried this for the first time, I got a bunch of new things to start.
    I got a sapling waiting for my hands.
    I went through the local library where I found my favourite writer’s recent work.
    And many other things too.
    Going to try this once again. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  3. I agree. These days just a phone break gives us all the relaxation we would have thought to get by travelling. . Thanks for sharing your experience.


  4. The idea of phone free day is good but book free day is awesome. Well, it’s very hard to not pick a call, check your fb notifications, what’s app messages and other social handlings but it is the time we realise that we live without food or parents but we can’t survive without a phone, how addictive it is.

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    1. I do that very rarely! Also I know a lot of people who never turn on their silent modes.
      You should give this a try! It’ll be more refreshing than your usual practices. Have a lovely day!😊😊

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  5. I’m glad that you were able to join Pradita in observing the No Phone Day. I’ve never been able to join this initiative. The closest I’ve gone would be when I put my phone in silent mode and forgot all about it. πŸ˜‚ I hope you’re fine. It’s been a while. 😊

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  6. I did it back when i had been on a trip to Andaman with my parents and after a while it started bothering me a lot because staying 24/7 without phone and internet grew really monotonous for me and it continued for 7 straight days. But off course this is just what i think. And i was really glad to get back to my city after the vacation. Haha. πŸ˜‚

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  7. Nice! I go a long time without checking my phone on a regular basis. It’s really nice. I think we need that “unplug” time! I haven’t done one whole day. I’ll have to do that on a Sunday.

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  8. Not bad at all. I broke my phone so I had to spare myself of its presence for half day and I can say it was strange but good. Few times I thought about it (to check for texts, emails, news and so on) but I realised how life goes on in such a nice way when you are not absorbed in a virtual reality

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  9. This makes me very very happy. You know, you’re the first one, apart from me and Deepika who’s posted about this initiative? I’m really glad that you felt lighter and it helped you relax. And see, even your friends actually came to you rather than just text you. If definitely berks human interaction. I hope u continue with it. All the best and spread the word 😊😊😊😊

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