30th November 2021
the antidote to Black Friday and Cyber Monday
On Tuesday 30th November, we’re challenging you, your friends and your workplace to pledge some time away from technology for #techtimeouttuesday.
Whether it’s 10 minutes, 1 hour or a whole day, all you need to do is pledge your time and share the techtimeout image on Tuesday 30th November to raise awareness of your techtimeout and inspire others to do the same.
To log off, look up, and reconnect.
Taking regular breaks from your screens can help to manage feelings of anxiety and depression.
A healthy relationship with technology can help you avoid digital distraction and work more productively.
in the workplace
Healthy boundaries are essential for managing multiple avenues of communication, endless notifications and an overflowing email inbox.
Has your work/life balance become blurred? Healthy habits and boundaries can benefit your life at work and at home.
how to get involved...
on the day...
Take your techtimeout at any point during the day. Upload the image (our logo on the green blob) to your social media feeds to let everyone know you're taking a break from your screens.
By promoting your participation, you will be encouraging others to join the conversation and access the tips, support and resources they need to support their wellbeing and productivity.
... after the day
Keep an eye on the take a minute section of our website for tips and resources.
Join our community, encourage your workplace to take on the techtimeout10 challenge or simply share our message with more people to continue supporting us in our mission. We're enabling people all over the world to have healthy relationships with their screens.
who are techtimeout?
We're concerned that there's an unhealthy addiction to technology in society. At techtimeout, we've made it our mission to help individuals and workplaces have healthier relationships with technology.
We need technology to work and live which means we need good habits and boundaries that help us use it sustainably. We don't hate technology but we believe that you can have too much of a good thing. 24/7 connection, digital distractions and mindless overuse is leaving us feeling burnt out and unproductive.
We're here with the tools and resources to change this but we need your help to raise awareness and make positive change.
This is why we're asking you to share our message using #techtimeouttuesday and pledge some time away from technology on Tuesday 30th November, 2021.