I have a sliding wardrobe door that I have covered in photos of the people closest to me. It keeps me grateful and level in my life. Reminds me of what I'm doing everything for and drives me to be the best. The people that I want to make proud.
By turning off tv and podcasts, I can focus on my mind. Then, I can really commit to the process of being grateful. By not rushing through it I can be more thorough and truthful with myself.
First, I write in a journal every night about my day and if it was good or bad. Every night I do a meditation before I go to bed, whether on this app, or another meditating app. Then I plug in my electronics and shut them completely down.
Disconnect from your phone and start thinking about good stuff and people that you are grateful of. And most important think about what good have you done today.
Star from meditation every morning. Think about gratitude. Think about the day what you really want to accomplish. Finish those tasks first then meditation again to feel gratitude again
Disconnect by turning off WiFi on my phone. If I am on the laptop I would turn it off at my set time, which for now is 8:30, although that may be too early. Then I also will put my
I set an alarm to stop what I am doing. Then I make sure my phone has with fi turned off. I do not get on my laptop. My husband usually is watching TV, and this can be the most difficult thing, to stop watching. I do have something ibn my routine to st
It is not easy, but a cup of nice soothing tea, a nice book do help. I also take magnesium supplements for the muscle relaxation. It makes me sleepy too.
- How can I disconnect yet still complete my fabulous evening routine?
- By disconnecting it means not touching the telephone at all?!
- What do you recommend doing when we face the disconnect habbit challenge?
- What helps you disconnect and unplug? Do you replace the habit of screen time with something else?
- How long did it take to disconnect from social media
- what are your habits to help disconnect?
- What part of your phone triggers you most to pick up your phone?
- I really like using my phone at bedtime because it is the only time I am alone and have time for playing games/browsing social media, etc. I know I shouldn’t use my phone at bedtime, so when do I get to play games?
- What are some things I can do that don’t have anything to do with my phone or computer to help distract myself.
- How do you deal with the desire to check your phone before bed to make sure you’re ready for the next day?