Do you think you are on your phone too much? Well, if you do, this might be the best excuse yet for you to take a break for 24-hours.
A company called Reviews.org will be paying select volunteers who participate in the company's 24-hour digital detox challenge. According to the company's website, people who enter into the 24-hour digital detox challenge can be paid up to $2,400, but the challenge isn't as easy as just turning your phone off for 24-hours.
Participants will be required to not only abandon their phone for a day, but also televisions, gaming devices, computers, smartwatches, and smart home devices such as Alexa. The participants of the challenge will be given a safe to store all of their electronics in for 24-hours and a $200 Amazon gift card, so they put together a "survival kit" for the time without electronics. If you want to sign up, or read more about this challenge, check out this link here.
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