Tech-Time Out – Facebook Like

More and more quality family time is being side-swept by the numerous social networks that everyone engage to. There is very little time for a “normal” chat at home where family members sit in the dining area and discuss how their day went or watch TV together as a family and simply enjoy their weekends as one.

The Tech Timeout challenge started by Foresters encourages families to take a daily break from technology. Participating families are encouraged to disconnect from all things electronic with the goal of helping spouses, parents and children build stronger bonds, communicate more personally and get more involved in each other’s lives. I think it’s time we all get in the game of bringing back “real quality” time, “real communication” with the ones we love and simply enjoy the comfort of live sans online social presence.

Click on the image below to know more about the Tech-Time out for families and like their Facebook page to show your support. Thanks!

 

Give time to your family. They deserve it. And kids, give time to your parents. Spend those quality time together.

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6 thoughts on “Tech-Time Out – Facebook Like

    1. ria Post author

      That’s good sis. Nowadays, I have to pry my daughter’s hand from her lappy. Kakainis! All these kids do these days are online stuff. Bakit kaya hindi sila mag-volunteer work sa mga orphanage or plant trees or something worthwhile and great for the benefit of everyone? Hay….

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    1. ria Post author

      I think we all should. These days, the only time I go online is when I check my mail and do my rounds in the blogging forums. Spending time with my family is more important than anything else.

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  1. Shengkay

    guilty your honor!
    I am like this sometimes but since my daughter is growing up i need to discipline myself to have more time with Iris. Lalo na I am working pa konti lang talaga yung oras na naibibigay ko sa kanya if nasa bahay na ako.

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    1. ria Post author

      You’re not alone sis. We’re guilty too but we limit our tech time now at home. We try to hang out more often than before.

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