A few years back, Tanya Goodin had a come-to-Jesus moment. Goodin had taken her iPhone to get repaired at an Apple Store and was told she had to leave it there overnight.
Disturbed by the experience, along with the fact that she hadn’t read an actual book in two years because her “concentration span was shot to pieces,” she decided to start a new company, Time to Log Off, which now runs digital detox retreats in the United Kingdom and Europe.
Cutting off for the sake of your company and yourself
Being so digitally dependent ruined her ability to focus, she says.
Retreats that make a digital detox possible
There is no cell service on the property and only limited Wi-Fi. Rooms have landline phones but no TVs. Plus, guests are engaged from 5:30 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. in activities from hiking and fitness classes to cooking lessons and massage sessions.