What Part Of Your Home Should Stay Tech-Free?

What Part Of Your Home Should Stay Tech-Free?

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Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 2, 2009

Currently we have tech for our bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms, kitchens and home offices. There's obvious uses for technology such as cell phones, security systems and home theater set-ups and newer energy efficient ways in the kitchen and laundry room. That said, we're curious to see which parts of your home you think should stay tech-free. Share your opinion this way...

Even though the use of technology is unavoidable in our daily lives (and that's not always a bad thing), we can try to minimize it in certain spaces to give us a small break from devices in our home that do things for us. In our own home the only space that hasn't been infiltrated by multiple sources of technology is the outdoors. When it comes to cooking and maintenance, we still stick to charcoal and Reel push mowers instead of electric or gas options. What about you?

What part of your home do you try to keep as tech free as possible and why? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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