Yes, you should try to reduce screentime. However you dont have to do it at another persons pace, you should reduce your screentime on your own time and however much reduction feels right for you.
The last weeks I have been trying to apply a 10-10 rule for no social media. This has been helpful not only to don't add any new thoughts to my brain before sleeping but also to use it less during the day in general. Scrolling in the screen can be a time consuming activity if not watch I am keeping my books close to read instead. I feel my eyes less tired in general by giving them a rest of screens. It is hard to reduce them much because of work and studies. But any thing that can be done out helps 🙂
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- 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?
- I have a hard time figuring out what time I should disconnect & unplug because before starting this challenge I slept at various times & always watched tv in the night so I’m confused on what I should do to make sure I hv a steady routine n going to sleep & getting off electronics.
- Have you found it hard to stay away from your devices and what have you done to resist the urge to go on them?
- I don’t know how I’m on my phone a lot.
- Some apps like this one, journaling or meditation apps are part of my evening ritual. So how do I stop using the phone and unwind without loosing the advantages of those apps?
- When I can’t sleep I usually end up scrolling though my phone. Tips for stopping?
- What do you do if you’re feeling tired and stressed out?