That’s right: Today is The National Day of Unplugging. This seemingly radical idea, created by a non-religious group called Sabbath Manifesto, is based on ten principles, including trying to disconnect from all technology for 24 hours, get outside, exercise, hang out with people, not buy anything, meditate, drink wine, read, or just sit in silence by yourself. No Internet, laptop, desktop, iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, texting, phone calls, or TV. And the goal is to try this stunt this every week. Are you participating? (Obviously not, if you’re reading this right now.) We love the whole idea of a National Day of Unplugging, but sadly, we’re not so sure we could follow through on it for a full 24 hours every week. (Oh, and we also find it hilarious that Sabbath Manifesto offers an “unplugged” app. Not sure what that says about their faith in our actually being able to succeed in this noble mission.) Check out this video about what other people think about the idea of unplugging, and let us know if and how you could do it in our comments section, below.