Thanks for being curious about our Slow Sunday project. It’s a pretty simple project really. Each Sunday I take a break from all things technology. It’s a weekly day of rest, away from screens and all things digital. It’s a weekly practice that I do to improve my wellbeing, carve out time for reflection, create space to deepen my relationships and improve my focus.
Slow Sunday started as a research project a few years ago, where I explored ways to manage technology. On my search to find powerful ways to live well in the Age of Internet, I interviewed many people about their experiences, read a collection of wonderful books, and connected with experts in the field over cups of tea. From the insights from my research, I created the Slow Sunday practice.
I wrote an article on Medium about why the offline world will become more interesting than the Internet this year. You are welcome to use this article as a conversation starter about how we can spend our time well.
I’ve turned Slow Sunday into an e-guide that I will send to you as a gift when you join Tincan’s mailing list. I hope it will help you create the space you need to slow down and be present.