Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Do you need a digital detox?

Today find out how to invite your friends to take part in a digital detox weekend where you leave technology behind and enjoy being together or being out in nature!

Lindsay took a digital detox weekend on an island on Lake Winnepesaukee a few weekends ago.

When she came back she felt a deep sense of relaxation. She felt more creative and more motivated.

Would you like to take a digital detox weekend too? Get the right phrases to invite your friends below.


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Phrases to invite your friends to a digital detox weekend:

  • “Why don’t we try disconnecting this weekend?”: This is not forceful. It’s not saying that it’s imperative. It’s just making a suggestion.
  • “Let’s swear off technology for the weekend, what do you say?” If you add “what do you say?” or “what do you think” at the end of your statement then you are asking the person what they think and it makes the statement a bit softer.
  • “Let’s do a tech boycott”:
  • “I think we should stay away from our phones this weekend. Are you in?” When you use the question “are you in?” it makes it sound like you are going on an adventure. Give this one a try!


Did you try using these phrases with your friends?

How did it go?

Describe your digital detox experience for us in the comments below.

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