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'Cave Day' is a Distraction-Free Pop-Up Space for Procrastinators

 - Jun 9, 2017
References: fastcompany & psfk
Finding the motivation to work on your passion project after spending 8 hours at work is hard, which is why 'Cave Day' is here to give procrastinators the distraction-free work space they need.

Based in Manhattan, 'Cave Days' take place on Sundays and offers people a quiet place to work among like-minded individuals. Attendees are asked to give up their phones, and anything else that they feel distracts or limits them -- whether it be Facebook, or self-doubt. A $40 ticket provides attendees with the opportunity to choose between one of three spaces: "the Quiet Cave for uninterrupted work, the Timed Cave for more structured workflow, with 15 minutes breaks after every 45 minutes of work, as well as the break room where trained facilitators can chat through ideas or give feedback."