In 2019 the average US adult spends 2 hours and 55 minutes on their phone. It’s the last thing we look at, and the first thing you see.
Every. Single. Day. Is that a good thing…?
Step #1 for developing a healthy relationship with your phone is to acknowledge where you’re at. How much time do you spend on your phone on average? On what apps? Do you really need to spend the tmuch time on those? What would you like to change?
Step #2 Establish boundaries for WHEN you will be on your phone. How Much time will you be on your phone? How much time are you okay being on your phone? And WHERE you will be on your phone.
Inappropriate places to be on your phone.
Your bed. At parties. When you’re visiting with friends. The list might be different for you, but it’s important to establish boundaries.
Step #3 TURN OFF NOTIFICATIONS.
You don’t need to be plugged into the world 24/7. Everything will be okay if you step away from your phone for 30 minutes.
Another App I love if Called Flora and it helps me get work done. With this app you just set a timer for the amount of time you have to get to work. It has changed the game for me!
Thanks for listening and I can’t wait to chat with you next week.