Set the amount of time you'd like to be internet-free, then choose one of three options that works best for you:
- Block the internet, but reboot if you want to get back online.
- Block the internet, even if you reboot. You'll get back online once your time is up.
- Stay connected, but filter out the most distracting websites, social media sites and email accounts.
A recent study found that more than 60% of people were distracted from work by checking websites, social media sites and emails. Many lost their chain of thought while working because they checked an email or website.
Students block the internet and filter websites giving them the freedom and self-control to study without distraction.
Writers love it because they can disconnect the internet when they write, or filter distracting websites when they want to stay connected. Effective for hitting writing goals for Nanowrimo.
Young people use it to block and filter websites and social media sites when they do their homework. It helps them control their own internet use, encouraging responsibility and self-control. It’s an effective parental control.