RSB Digital Detox

Are you into your social media? do check your Facebook before you get out of bed, is your last thought defined by 140 characters to make it to twitter, do you reach for instagram before your morning breakfast? Then we have the challenge for you!

Can you go 48 hours without digital data??

Do your eyes a favour - too much screen time is not only bad for your general health but it is also not great for your eyes, and in extreme cases can lead to eye twitches and a dry eye syndrome that has recently started being referred to in the US as "Computer Vision Syndrome"

To support the RSB just:

  • Pick a 48 hour period where you commit to unplugging from the Internet, Social Media and Messaging (it is fine to use your phone but as a phone only, no text, no data!)
  • Click start fundraising to set up your fundraising page
  • Consider starting a Digital Detox team by getting a group of your friends and work colleagues to all give up data for 48 hours and have a friendly competition around who can raise the most funds.
  • Ask your friends, family or work colleagues to support your efforts to raise funds for the Royal Society for the Blind

The Royal Society for the Blind (RSB)

With more than 12,000 clients, the Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) is one of the largest providers of free services to people who are blind or vision impaired in Australia.

The RSB’s aim is to help people who experience vision loss or blindness to live full and independent lives through a full range of services including the Low Vision Centre, Employment Services, Community Services, Industrial Services, Adaptive Technology and the RSB Guide and Assistance Dog Service.

RSB Offices are located across metropolitan and regional South Australia, Canberra ACT and in the Hunter Region NSW.


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