I typically open it as the last thing before I plug it in for the night and away from me. I like the little fabulous moment and the soothing music, and it’s part of my routine so I know it’s the last time I have my phone in my hands for the night and then it’s time for bed.
I don't prefer that .. you can write them on piece of paper and mark down what you done ..it is even more attractive than using phone ..mark missions as completed in phon befor you start so you can sleep peacefully
I would say no. Many of us are addicted to our phones. It's better not to be tempted to stray with that "one last notification". Turning your phone on airplane mode or DnD should be the last task you check before you unplug.
- How do you success at avoiding your phone? How do you manage to break the addiction?
- How do you replace your screen time at bedtime? As a mom, sometimes after their bedtime is the only time I get to myself. It’s hard to use that time to wind down and go to sleep when it’s the only “me” time I have.
- How do you stay away from your phone ?
- What is the most effective way to unplug and disconnect for you?
- What do you do when you remember something you need to look up on the internet or someone you need to connect with, after you’ve put your devices away for the night?
- I get really anxious not having my phone next to me when I fall asleep. How have you worked through that?
- What are some of your most favorite ways to disconnect/ unplug? How would you make such a mudane task really fun for yourself?.
- Do you sometimes get anxious when you disconnect? How do you wind down from feeling anxiety about putting the phone away?
- I assume the purpose of unplug and disconnect is to calm yourself and avoiding distractions. I usually read my Kindle book for less than one hour after unplug and disconnect. Does it against the habit?
- How should I be calm about all the messages I can miss ?