A phone basket. However it's an individual's choice at the end of the day. A willingness & discipline to stick to time schedules for all my tasks, including phone use, has led me to 'create time' for more important task like spending time with my partner at night
Set a time where you will both disconnect. Explain the importance of it to them. If they aren't understanding than maybe they aren't ready to make proper positive changes to both of your lives.
you can always set a screen time for you and your partner if you have iphones (that I know of). I use it to manage the time I spend on my screen because I know that sometimes I take too much time on it
I try to pick a time that works for both of you. Set reminders or shared commitments on your calendar to encourage it. Celebrate little joys by doing things for each other. Charge your phone in a different room from the bedroom.
- I dont really understand what unplug means
- How do you disconnect in the evening
- What time, before sleep seems to be the perfect time to disconnect?
- Does reading a book on a kindle count as unplugging?
- What do you usually do when you disconnect? I get bored and don’t know what to fill my time with.
- How early do you disconnect? Have you noticed a particular time works better?
- What can help anxiety?
- What do you do with your time after you disconnect from technology?
- How do you get yourself to put your phone down?
- What do you do when you have a day where everything is going right, and you have no reason, yet your attitude is just tired and snappy, even if at the start of the day everything was well, happy, and excited?