The topic of electromagnetic radiation, including its impact on human health and the environment is surrounded by a lot of misunderstanding.
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.
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.
With NGOs and scientists ringing alarm bells, becoming more sustainable in our day-to-day lives has now become a true necessity.
Contrary to what we like to believe about multitasking, we aren’t really working on multiple things at once, we’re just quickly switching back and forth.
The story of Mudita is really the story of people with a beautiful shared vision, people who believe in something, people who want to make things happen.
Temporary non-users like The Unplugged validates what we can learn from the absence of objects such as our phones, a perspective worth considering.
Jadelin Pikake Felipe writes about her research on college students intentionally unplugging from cell phones, a minority group she calls The Unplugged.
The irreversible move, to delete my Facebook account instead of just deactivating it, had some consequences for my recent life which I wanted to share.
For many workers, it’s not unusual to be staring at a screen all day long. Spending this much time online, is hugely detrimental to your quality of life.
The reality is that these days living without technology seems almost impossible. Our phones have become an integral part of our lives.