At the end of the day look at your total time. See where you could trim back and fill in the time with other activities.
Do this for the whole family and make sure everyone observes them.
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If you really need to use your phone e.g. to attend a call, stop your car on the side.
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Above all, taking control of your inbox requires a mental shift from “as fast as possible” to “as slow as you can get away with”. (Ref: Make Time)
Even if you are not that adventurous (like me), just get out of your room without use phone and observe. Observe nature, traffic, or the people walking in the street.
Put the phones away and enjoy conversing with your family members.
At home, I keep my phone in the room while eating.
These days, almost everybody suffers from the overuse of technology, knowingly or unknowingly. We can’t stop checking Facebook during an important conversation. Parents complain their children spend more time on mobile games than on study. We go to YouTube to watch Justin Beiber's new video song ...
Remove all electronic devices to transform your bedroom into a true sanctuary for sleep. No TVs, no iPads. No Kindles with backlights.
Use pen and paper for taking notes instead of your note-taking app. Read a paper book instead of an e-book.
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If you need to use them at night, keep a chair in your bedroom and use them sitting on the chair rather than in bed.
Before going to sleep I take my phone to another room. I don't kee...
If you find it hard to follow a specific timetable, uninstall streaming apps from your phone and only use them on your computer.
Try unsubscribing from Netflix temporarily.
Try posting only on specific days like on weekends or only on Monday.
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Don’t check your email and instant messaging apps ...
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