thank you for joining us for
techtimeout tuesday

you're leading the way as part of our largest campaign yet

By getting involved you're demonstrating a commitment to the health and wellbeing of your employees. We can't wait to have you with us on the 30th November this year as we go even bigger and better than the last! 

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what's next?

There are two ways to get involved.

Option 1

  • techtimeout tuesday


Option 1 - Free

For workplaces who would like to start raising awareness of the impact of technology on mental health and productivity while encouraging employees to take a break from their screens.
  • Take part in the global awareness day, 'techtimeout tuesday'.
  • It's free to get involved and start spreading the message in your business.
  • Download the digital resources pack below for social media graphics, email templates and more.
  • Simply encourage your employees to take some time off technology on the 30th November.

Option 2

techtimeout tuesday + techtimeout10 challenge

£5 per employee

Option 2 - Employess

For workplaces who are ready for a digital wellbeing initiative that can really make a difference to employee wellbeing:

  • Take part in 'techtimeout tuesday' before embarking on the popular 10-day techtimeout10 challenge.
  • The challenge is a digital wellbeing initiative to encourage employees to balance their time on and off technology.
  • Perfect team-building activity with a powerful message.
  • We send your employees a techtimeout challenge pack with instructions and an activity tracker, resources to support participation and a survey to help you understand the impact that technology has on your employees.
  • Download the techtimeout tuesday digital resources for social media graphics, email templates and more. 

The techtimeout10 challenge kit is £5 & P+P per employee. We'll take care of postage to individual addresses.

Sign Up

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Click the link below to download a .zip folder containing social media graphics, email templates and more.

download resources 

what to do now...

step 1 before the day

before the day...

It's really simple to get involved. As a business, there are two options; You can take part for the day, or use techtimeout tuesday as day one of the popular digital wellbeing initiative - the techtimeout10 challenge.

In the digital resource pack for techtimeout tuesday, you will find social media graphics, email templates and a poster to promote the campaign in your business.

download resources 

step 2 - on the day

on the day...

Remind your employees to take part. As a business, you could encourage your employees to share photos of their 'techtimeout'. You could collate these photos for a social media video or graphic.

Encourage your employees to pledge their time on the form linked below. This contributes to our grand total of minutes pledged.

We've created a social media graphic to share on the day which you will find in the digital resource pack. We would love for you to tag us on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. 

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.

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step 3 - after the day

... after the day

Why not continue embracing time away from technology by taking on the techtimeout10 challenge? 

You can also keep an eye on the take a minute section of our website for tips and resources.

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why techtimeout tuesday?

This year techtimeout tuesday is back, battling digital burnout and spreading awareness of our message. Last year, we had over 350 businesses take part, from law firms and PR agencies to charities and construction companies. Together, we're a leading force that helps people of all generations improve their relationships with technology.

mental health
mental health

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.

at work
in the workplace

Healthy boundaries are essential for managing multiple avenues of communication, endless notifications and an overflowing email inbox.

at home
at home

Has your work/life balance become blurred? Healthy habits and boundaries can benefit your life at work and at home.

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so, you're taking part in techtimeout tuesday 2021?

We are grateful for your pledged time and we look forward to having you on board with us this year as we strive to change the world with our message of techtimeout! Why don’t you share that you are taking part this year with your friends and family? Encourage them to pledge their time as well and together we can make a real difference!


what are people saying

We truly believe in the benefits of techtimeout, but don’t just take our word for it.

Amy Bould

"We’re in the PR & communications business. In today’s digital world that means we inevitably spend a lot of time on tech. The health and well-being of our team is paramount. They know they can take a break, go for a walk, take time out any time of the day but we know all companies aren’t like us. That’s why techtimeout is such a fantastic initiative – by encouraging leaders to engage with staff on the issue of mental health and wellness it has put the issue on the national business agenda."

Amy Bould

Be Bold Media

Helen Rawnsey

"It's very easy for the act of making time away from the screen to slip down the priority list, so the techtimeout campaign came at a great time in a year where the divide between work and home life has got increasingly blurry. It was great to intentionally get out for a walk at lunchtime and leave my phone at home, and I noticed how much more recharged I felt for the rest of the day. This is definitely something that I would like to keep up!"

Helen Rawnsey

Birmingham St Marys Hospice

Kerry Mitchell

"Working from home can be all tech consuming, with having no colleagues to chat to in the break out area I feel I have been taking my phone to my kitchen to tweet, or send a quick message.

techtimeout enabled me to be more disciplined and encouraged me to step away from everything tech-related. I felt more refreshed for having a break. A really good self-care tool I will be applying to my working day! "

Kerry Mitchell

Wellbeing Manager, Paycare

Chris Howey

"In a world where a phone, tablet, computer, games consoles and all the other screens we see daily are prolific, it’s important to step back and appreciate that they're only machines. The initiative by techtimeout was an important idea to me to ensure I help my daughter grow up with a healthy relationship with technology, not just being glued to the thing like I find myself far too often."

Chris Howey


Cllr. Graham Breeze

"The majority of our employees are being forced to work remotely due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and are more reliant than ever on using technology to stay in touch. Their wellbeing is of great concern to us. We encouraged our staff to take 10 minutes away from their laptops, to go for a lunchtime walk, or a walk before or after work as part of techtimeout tuesday."

Cllr. Graham Breeze

Powys County Council


"The techtimeout10 challenge made a huge difference to the team. We all made the effort to turn off and go outside or do something we loved, and we shared what we were doing with each other - everyone had smiles on their faces and it was great for me as a manager to know that my staff were taking some time out for themselves and stepping away from their screens"

Rhea Alton

Managing Director, J&PR

here are some of the businesses that took part last year!

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It doesn't take much research to realise that we could all benefit from a healthier relationship with tech.

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