It totally is. I’m not even sure what “disconnect and unplug” means in that context but I just put my phone or computer aside and journal or just sit and think a bit.
It really does sound ironic! But, to make it work i use this habit at the very end of my evening routine, so that i'm not using my phone anymore
Yes I agree but you’re using the phone as a tool for accomplishing your activities. You’re not using it for entertainment purpose so as soon as you’re done with your check list turn off the phone.
I was thinking the exact same. However I do think it still works, even though I still have my phone. It helps you focus and learn that you can also use your phone in a good way.
- What do you do to disconnect& unplug, if your mind is still full of to do’s? How do you prepare to disconnect?
- How do you disconnect from the perceived intense connections and relationships with others?
- I don’t really understand what it means by disconnecting and unplugging?
- How can we disconnect and unplug when we are supposed to be using the Fabulous app (this requires the use of my phone)?
- What’s best to do instead of using my phone before bed?
- Do we need to disconnect an hour before we go to bed or before we go bed?
- Does this mean all screens? Like iPad iPhone tv and laptop into one? Because i watch TV to relax before bed (TV is in the lounge room so I still have to walk to my room afterwards) I’m disciplined with only watching one episode. Then disconnect is i just use my phone only for the fabulous app or urgent family messages then put it on silent. Is that enough?
- Any tricks for not being tempted by your phone?
- How do I stop my self from watching YouTube or Netflix on my laptop till 1:00 am?
- When disconnecting from the phone what’s a good way to insure you won’t be tempted to use it?