The Importance of a Device-Free Day
For many of us, having a day is device-less doesn’t occur often. People who use their phones and laptops for work are very easily tempted to continue using them after. Whether that’s checking social media or watching a YouTube video, people don’t know how to disconnect. Supermom, Rachel Harow insists that she and her family have had device-free days because of their positive impact.
Yes, going on Pinterest can be addicting and so can checking up on Facebook. Yet, is it in our human nature? Is it natural to check on social media for forty hours a week? Obviously, the answer is no. Going out in nature and discovering new, natural things are very critical.Devices shouldn’t be running the world. There are so many amazing books that are waiting to be read by young minds. Devices can clog up our minds with negative ideals and damaging representations. Especially for children that use devices and technology in all aspects of education. Rachel Harow expresses her gratitude for the device free days she has implemented in her family’s culture. It has been life changing.