Technically you aren’t, but what I would recommend you do is when you get the notification, check off that you disconnected and unplugged, and then immediately after turn off all your electronics and do something relaxing before you go to sleep. Or, you could always go back and check it off the next day.
- How do you stay focused to study? How do you overcome distractions and maintain a healthy lifestyle during the studying period?
- How do you disconnect and unplug?
- I have the issue that I use my phone for sleep tracking. So although I have no other devices in bed with me my phone is there. Does anyone have suggestions for sleep monitoring that doesn’t use mobile phones?
- I struggle sometimes to get off of Instagram once I’ve gotten hooked on the explore page. I know I should just put my phone down but my hand keeps scrolling even as I think about how many other things I could be doing. Advice for breaking the trance? Any help is appreciated!
- What is your routine after you disconnect and unplug?
I usually set my phone right by my bed so that I can hit snooze but I start by setting it on the other side of my room so that I actually have to get up. At this point I’m already waking up might as well just get started with the day
- Do you have any idea about to reduce belly fat?
- Is it recommended to take days off from your phone?
- Why do people want to watch less TV?
- I have trouble getting off Netflix and social media for a long time. Any suggestions?
- How do you motivate yourself to exercise on those days when you just want to be lazy?
- How do you disconnect and keep yourself present in the evening?
- How do you resist the urge to mindlessly look at your phone when you decided that will be your unplug time?
- How do you disconnect and remain mindful and grateful?
- Does Fabulous interfere with your disconnect habit?
- How do you deal with anger?