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#100HoursUnplugged

Trade screen time for family time & get outside this summer

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CHILDHOOD HAS MOVED INDOORS

According to multiple studies, American youth between the ages of 8 – 18 now log an average of 7.5 hours of screen time per day! And how much time are kids spending outside per day? Minutes…

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SUMMER IS THE TIME TO UNPLUG

Let’s get outside and offline together and make the commitment today to go #100HoursUnplugged this summer. Because every single one of us, especially our kids, could use a nature break.

TAKE THE CHALLENGE MORE FAMILY TIME

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

100 hours is just about 4 days. It’s a long weekend or two separate weekends. Or maybe it’s every Saturday in June. However your family chooses to do it, let’s commit together to turning off our devices and tuning back into nature for at least 4 days this summer.

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We think it's safe to say these two shredders would choose SUP time over screen time. Would you? #100hoursunplugged.
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"Adventure is out there... you just have to go find it" #outdoorfamilies #100hoursunplugged
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I hope when I'm old and gray I'm still swimming in the creek and making muddy footprints with my girls. #takebackfamilytime #100hoursunplugged
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Jumping into summer like... #adventuretogether #100hoursunplugged
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"Tell kids more about what they CAN do, rather than what they cannot" - Dr. Debbie Cherry #outdoorfamilies #100hoursunplugged
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Completely unplugged and connecting with those most important to us. What a beautiful gift to my children this adventure is. #childhoodunplugged
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Family time #lifeisgood #happydays #100hoursunplugged #getoutside
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Making the commitment to get our family offline and back outside this summer. Just took the #100HourUnplugged challenge.
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You only get 18 summers with your kids. Make each one count. We're going outside and off the grid this summer. Join us and take the #100HoursUnplugged challenge today.

WE BELIEVE IN NATURE

Introducing kids to the outdoors is not only essential for their physical and emotional health, it’s the best way to ensure the protection of our national parks and public lands.