Consistency is key so if all is well then set a timer for when you want to unwind and disconnect from the blue screen so you can stay in tune with yourself by reading something new or anything creative that suits you.
2. Keep phone charging station in the kitchen or living room, anywhere but the bedrooms.
3. Invest in a basic alarm which you can use in your bedroom.
The habit that helps me is to silently unplug early on and decide the time to do it in the day so that I won’t miss it in the night .
I would know I have adhered to my schedule .
Moreover doing more meaningful activities like reading a book and writing in your journal are far more fulfilling activities rather than blankly staring at the social media . One has to just gets. Taste and similarly learn how to can’t do without fulfilling activities , to be able to give it up at night .
But once given up the sleep is so much more sound and better .
- What should I do when I am not using my phone?
- How do you limit yourself for using social media?
- How long does it normally take to getting into a better routine around disconnecting?
- How can you stop idle internet browsing ?
- How do you distract yourself from your screens after disconnecting?
- Any creative ways of breaking phone addiction?
- How do you avoid using your phone before you go to bed?
- Where do you keep your phone after you disconnected for the evening?
- I am surrounded by screens. What should I do to avoid them ?
- Once you are looking at an app or into a game, how do you escape the “just one other thing” vicious cycle?