Declutter your digital workplace and take back control of your device. Minimalism is on the rise, both offline and online.
A place where we share our thoughts and stories written by some great authors we collaborate with, together with news from Mudita.
The National Day of Unplugging takes place from sundown to sundown, from the 6th to the 7th of March.
Mudita Pure’s first prototype was tested at Verkotan (a FINAS and ILAC accredited testing laboratory) in Finland.
As a humane technology company, by providing solutions making users' everyday lives more mindful and slow, we’ve got slowness in our DNA.
We’ve decided to postpone the shipment of Mudita Pure and plan to start shipping in September/October 2020.
At Mudita, we encourage a healthier relationship with technology. As we’re present on social media, we feel it’s important to provide our mission statement.
It can be very easy to give up, log in and sign up. This can happen when we rely too much on what goes on online, we start to forget how to live offline.
Intellectual growth is in reverse. And it’s not a comment to the social or political situation or to the conditions of media, but a scientific fact.
Like many other millennial females from Los Angeles, I am very self-aware that I spend too much time on my phone. What happened during my 24 hours without it?
Learn to unplug from the online world so you can reconnect with the world right here, right now. This blogpost was written by the authors of Minimalism Life.
We are happy to inform you that our debut product campaign on Kickstarter was a success, exceeding our initial goal by 262%, thanks to more than 1,000 backers!
We want to thank all of you that follow and support Mudita. It shows us that our mission is shared by many people all over the world.
Personal experiences of the founder of Mudita had a major impact on the decision of establishing it. We asked Michal to tell his story in a short documentary.
The World Health Organization (WHO) released new guidelines on how much time children under five should spend in front of a screen.
Children quickly absorb content and change their habits, they get bored easily and studies show that almost 50% of school-age children use smartphones.
Electromagnetic fields and their possible impact on human health is a subject of worldwide discussion, not only among scientists.
An interview with Jacek Siadkowski, founder of Gerere, a Tech for Good agency that specializes in digital products with a high social impact.
The third article in the blog series of our guest writer, Jadelin Pikake Felipe. She writes about her research on college students intentionally unplugging.
If you look around your home, you’ll probably see a lot of electronic devices. As you might already know, these devices emit electromagnetic radiation (EMF).
For years, scientists from all over the world have been voicing their concerns with regards to mobile radiation, i.e. the kind emitted from smartphones.
It isn't only humans who are at risk with regards to the potential health effects of being exposed to mobile radiation (EMF). Plants are at risk too.