I actually think that too and it annoys me. The more habits the app adds the more time is spent with the phone. It feels off.
- How do you overcome screen/phone addiction?
- How do I stop using my phone all the time?
- What does disconnect and unplug in the evening mean to you in practical ways? What actions are you actually taking?
- What is your routine after you disconnect and unplug?
- Is it ok to listen to an audiobook using your phone?
Probably not. It feels like more time when I’m getting ready for bed, but realistically I’d be on Instagram or Facebook if I wasn’t on this app, and this one makes me feel a lot better.
- What time should I stop going on my phone at night?
- How to convince myself to not keep my mobile in the bedroom at night?
- I have a habit of falling asleep with my phone in my hands. I find I can’t turn my mind off, so falling asleep while scrolling distracts me until i pass out. Reading doesn’t work since I have to switch the light off. Any ideas on breaking this habit?
- How do I disconnect from my phone to fall asleep?
- How do you break the habit of watching TV in the evening ?
- What activities can I do at bedtime to relax and unwind that don’t involve screens?
- What are your tips for disconnecting?
- Does disconnect mean disconnect from your phone only, or does it include computer, TV, any visual devices?
- Is it the first thing in your evening routine? If so do you just end up breaking it later in the evening?
- I find it really hard to disconnect at night. Any tips?