How do you unwind? For these entrepreneurs, there's nothing quite like finding a new challenge or taking a break from Instagram for a while. Here's what they do to make sure technology doesn't create too much of a distraction.

1. "I do a digital detox twice a month with different peer groups through Entrepreneur's Organization and Women Presidents' Organization. This is a 3-5 hour, no-digital-device meeting with other entrepreneurs and CXOs, where we bring our biggest business challenges and share our collective experiences. My commute is my time to unwind and revive after non-stop, crazy day; I listen to Bollywood music (and more likely than not, I sing along too, though it's not one my gifts!). It takes me back to my culture and my childhood memories, and I come out of the car more at peace yet energized. Other times, it's just silence. And I think about the big picture -- what I am grateful for, what I am working for and what makes me happy." - Dulari Amin, the Cofounder and President of Phenomenon

2. "When I come home after a long day of work, I like to wind down by reading on paper, write longer thought lines and try as much as I can to stay off of social media, my phone and laptop in general. What helps is that we have a 'no phone and device' rule at the dinner table that we've taught to our kids for over 17 years now. It's become such a habit for them that if I even glance down at my phone, I get the stink eye from them all. Another thing we've implemented at home is unplugging the Internet from our entire house every school night at 10:30, or the kids will never stop gaming and go to bed...it works for us, too!" - John Zieman, the Cofounder, Partner and Editor at PS260

3. "I will totally shut off and not post Instagrams or answer my emails. I think it's important to step away for a minute and actually reconnect with people and reconnect with yourself... We live at a very fast pace and sometimes you can lose priorities and perspectives... I prefer to sit and have a conversation and feel present. As transformative and wonderful as technology is, at times I think being so absorbed in these online personas can make it hard to exist in the actual moment." (Source: Mirror) - Karlie Kloss, Supermodel and Founder of Kode With Klossy

4. "I just accomplished my lifelong dream to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Before the trip, I made time for myself by training incredibly hard. I would put away my phone to swim every day and walk up hills in my neighborhood...wearing 20 pound weights on my back." - Marshall Grupp, the COO, Partner, and Sound Designer at Sound Lounge

5. "[Social media] is kind of like cotton candy: It looks so appealing and you just can't resist getting in there, and then you just end up with sticky fingers and it lasted an instant...There's an anonymity that makes people feel safe to participate in hatefulness. I like a good old-fashioned fistfight if people are pissed off at each other. I just feel like if you're really mad and want to have a fight, then put your [real] dukes up." (Source: Marie Claire) - Julia Roberts, the Actress and Owner of Red Om Films

6. "Auto racing is one of my only passions that is separate from my work at Tool. On the weekends, I love to go off and race cars; it's a beloved hobby of mine. During that time, I put my phone away and completely focus on training for the race or the race itself. In fact, racing takes so much concentration that it forces me to forget about work, checking my email, etc. And while it takes a lot of focus, which can be strenuous, it also mentally cleanses, or 'digitally detoxes,' me during the weekend, so by Monday I can go into work with a clear mindset, ready to take on my week." - Erich Joiner, the Founder and Director at Tool of North America

7. "I have an official Facebook page. I'm not on Twitter, Instagram... I have a couple of reasons. One, I don't want any more guilt coming from my phone or computer. I have the hardest time answering emails, anyway, so the last thing I want to feel is indebted to my phone or computer. So it's time. And the other is, what would I Instagram that people would want to see. There is nothing I would put out that people would want to see. It's probably best to stay away. They don't want to see me and my mom friends after kindergarten drop-off." (Source: People) - Jennifer Garner, Actress and Founder at Vandalia Films

8. "I don't think I have ever digitally detoxed of my own free will. The closest time was when I went to a national park where the cabins had no phone, no Internet, and basically no electricity. Nothing. It was awful. No wonder cavemen used to die at 30; it was out of boredom. I lasted a day and a half, and then ran to an actual hotel where I was on the Internet in their business center before we even checked in...." - Kabeer Mamnoon, the Cofounder and CEO at Ready State

9. "I find it really tough to stay away from my phone but one time I got so fed up with it that I decided to give it to my 1.5 year-old son to play with. This was an all around bad idea when I was finally ready to face my phone again, it had died and I spent over a day and a half searching for it. In the end, it was hidden in my son's hamper, and needless to say I had numerous missed messages and calls." - Vann Graves, the Founder, CEO and CCO at FL+G

10. "I was so stressed out, sweating bullets [after taking over Living Proof's social media account]. It was too much pressure. For these Kardashians, it's a career! Kids aren't speaking to each other anymore. I was with friends from Vermont and their two kids don't have an iPhone or an iPad. They were 9 and 12 and were the most interesting young adults. Seeing other kids on their [phones] all the time, it makes me sad." (Source: People) - Jennifer Aniston, the Actress and Co-Owner of Living Proof

11. "I take frequent trips to visit my family in Australia where the extreme time difference of almost 12 hours allows for a much needed digital escape. I can check out by 9 a.m. when everyone in the US has signed off already. It's a nice distraction from my usually obsessive habits back home, where I have gone so far to put a stand beside my bed for my iPad so I can easily check my emails at all hours of the night." - Peter Corbett, the Founder and President at Click 3X