That's a big dilemma. I have this solution but I haven't put it to work yet. I want to get away from the internet, not from the phone per se. I just unplug the internet, fill the gratitude part and then listen to the meditation I downloaded previously. This works for me. 🙂
I see Fabulous as a part of „unplugging“. The exercises are here to make you aware and inspire to live a better life and not to add another app you are addicted to. You can use the app as a map showing you the direction to go, as reminder take good care of yourself and as a checklist for your day. So it is not meant to distract you from life, on the contrary it is to dive in fully and live your best life by taking care of yourself ❤️ Therefore, I think it is a crucial part of „unplugging“.
The phone is on to remind us to practice whichever task. The phone goes down while I complete the task. The timer goes off from Fabulous to say: time is up.
- How can I disconnect yet still complete my fabulous evening routine?
- By disconnecting it means not touching the telephone at all?!
- What do you recommend doing when we face the disconnect habbit challenge?
- What helps you disconnect and unplug? Do you replace the habit of screen time with something else?
- How long did it take to disconnect from social media
- what are your habits to help disconnect?
- What part of your phone triggers you most to pick up your phone?
- I really like using my phone at bedtime because it is the only time I am alone and have time for playing games/browsing social media, etc. I know I shouldn’t use my phone at bedtime, so when do I get to play games?
- What are some things I can do that don’t have anything to do with my phone or computer to help distract myself.
- How do you deal with the desire to check your phone before bed to make sure you’re ready for the next day?