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Moodoff Day will hold its annual “Morning Without Technology” event on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015
With smartphones becoming a steadily growing commonality in schools, they present a double-edged sword. On the one hand they can assist in learning and scheduling, whilst on the other creating an impersonal and socially challenging element, leading in its extremes to cyberbullying and abuse. MoodOff Day encourages schools and their students to get behind the initiative and raise more awareness of nomophobia and its social and societal impact.Putting aside a smartphone for just five hours on Sunday 22nd 2015, during the fourth annual Moodoff Day provides an opportunity to interact with loved ones and friends in a meaningful way. For those who wonder if they’re nomophobic, relinquishing the hold on their smartphone during Moodoff Day offers a potentially enlightening experience. The press release is can be seen in the PRWEB.
Moodoff Day 2014 Examines Smartphone Addiction with Worldwide Movement to Disconnect for a Day
Moodoff Day encourages individuals to turn off their smartphones and mobile devices for just five hours on Sunday Feb. 23, 2014 and spend time in the real world connecting with family. Life is short and human connections are precious. The Moodoff Day organization urges individuals around the globe to “Put down the smartphone and connect ‘cause you never know when your last interaction will be the last’. The press release is can be seen in the PRWEB
Smart hours looking for Smart people on ‘Moodoff Day’ 2013
The dangers of smartphone addiction are well documented, but few address the problem. Moodoff Day is providing smartphone users around the world with the opportunity to bring awareness to the problem by turning off technology for five hours during International Moodoff Day on Sunday Feb. 24, 2013. This year’s slogan is “Smart hours for Smart people without Smartphones”. The press release is can be seen in the PRNEWSWIRE.
Inaugural ‘Moodoff Day’ of 2012 an International Success
While the actual number of people who participated in Moodoff Day on February 26th is not known, there were hundreds of supporters in 20 countries who had pledged their participation, including in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, India, South Africa, Singapore, Australia and the United States. We had not anticipated reaching people in 20 countries. This just confirms that there is growing concern for smart phone addiction and its impact on our lives around the globe. The press release can be seen in the PRWEB and the article on american news report.
A lot of people are aware of Smart Technology Addiction and there is nothing new about it. But we believe this small message will help us to create community awareness among us and for our kids. Moodoff Day is launched on 26th Jan 2012 in Sydney.