When I disconnect from my devices I look for chores to do. Like if I haven’t done my laundry or the house needs cleaned. I also find some books to read that I find interesting.
Hey good morning soo for me I usually put my phone in the other room and lay down so far I do this around 9:30 – 9:45 and I usually put the TV on to watch me fall asleep 😴 😅 lol im only in 3 days but it has worked like a charm so far
I take deep breathe and I reflect on how my day went and think of my plans for the next day.. It's give me peace somehow and I sleep off
Good question. When I get bored, sometimes I lose myself. Reorganising your living space helps me stay motivated, also doing a workout whether it’s going to the gym or even a 10-20 minute workout. If you have chores or anything you have to do but told yourself to do later, get
I usually enjoy playing/listening to music. Reading a book is really great too (I'm reading the Hobbit again, it's a great way to relax and connect to the more whimsical side of me. Comics are good as well, Judge Dredd is a favorite of mine.) If I'm feeling antsy, I hop on my bike and go for a… whatever the biking equivalent of stroll is. Or just a stroll, that works too.
- I sometimes cannot disconnect from the news and work and the hectic life around me that I find myself getting anxious and just want to not be around anyone. What is the best way to pause and realize that life is okay and to be present in the moment?
- I usually disconnect for a while in the afternoon and obviously at some point at night. When do you think the best time to unplug and disconnect is?
- Is there anything new you have found to do away from your phone or laptop to sprur on enthusiasm for creativity?
- If you’ve disconnected – how do you tick off “disconnected” in Fabulous lol
- How do you keep your focus while doing something like reading? Do you get bored easily?
- How can I start including more exercise in my lifestyle?
- What are some examples of activities that you do as a replacement for idle Internet browsing?
- How do you unwind yourself quickly as soon as when you wake up
- What other habits help you to disconnect and unplug?
- What entertainment that doesn’t involve the phone/devices would be good for disconnecting?