Can You Unplug for One Day? 50 Things to Do As A Family That Don’t Require Technology

The National Day of Unplugging is on March 4 this year, and is a day designated for taking a break from all things technology.  I’ll be the first to admit that over the past year as we have stayed home, I find myself on my phone scrolling social media or binging the latest Netflix show far more than I ever have before.  While technology has been wonderful to stay connected as we stay apart, I also am craving some time to unplug and reset a bit. 
Motivated by National Unplugging Day, I decided to make a list of all the things I always wish I had time for (and probably do if I’d put my phone down more…) to get excited about as we keep technology turned off for 24 hours. 
If you’re feeling a bit overloaded by technology these days and think you’d like a day off, this list is for you, too!  

How would you spend a tech-free day?

Liz lives in West Wichita with her husband, Shane, and their two kiddos, Brynn (October '15) and Beckett (December '17). Liz loves her job as a Kindergarten teacher in the same district she grew up attending as a child herself. When she is not chasing after small children, Liz enjoys her coffee black (bonus points if it's still warm!), her wine red, attending church with her family, long lunches to catch up with her girlfriends, and exploring new restaurants and ice cream spots with her hubby on date nights.