Technology Detox

Modern technology has never been so addictive, but this is having a negative impact on our mental health. It's time to use technology mindfully, to know when…
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Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th Organisation, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Getting Organised, Motivation, Home Décor, Anger Management, Managing Depression, Reduce Stress
What To Do When You've Had Too Much Screen Time • BEETRUET
Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th
Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else Detox, Friends, Relationships, Healthy Relationships, Happiness, Feelings, Talking To You, Conversation, Feel Good
The simple game to stop phubbing (phone snubbing) when you're with your friends
Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else
If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored. Inspiration, People, Christ, Salvador, Frases, The Incredibles, 7 Habits, Life Changes, Women
Things to do when you're bored (instead of reaching for your smartphone)
If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored.
My smartphone usage was alarming. I knew I was spending too much time tapping away, but I hadn't appreciate the affect this was having on my mental health. For one week I decided to give up my smartphone for a basic phone. I wasn't expecting the results m Travel, Trips, England, Backpacking, Viajes, Lugares, Turismo, Post, Posts
What happened when I ditched my phone to tackle smartphone addiction
My smartphone usage was alarming. I knew I was spending too much time tapping away, but I hadn't appreciate the affect this was having on my mental health. For one week I decided to give up my smartphone for a basic phone. I wasn't expecting the results m
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic Health, Social Media, Health Board, Technology Addiction, Technology Detox, Wellbeing, Lifestyle Group
You've Heard of FOMO, but Have You Heard of FONK? • BEETRUET
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic Shit Happens, Not Good Enough, Depression Diagnosis, Mental Health Therapy, Self Discovery
You've Heard of FOMO, but Have You Heard of FONK? • BEETRUET
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
Smartphones create a sense of constant anticipation as we crave the dopamine hit that accompanies a notification. It doesn’t feel restful. Anticipation is a sort of stimulant for both mind and body, which is great if it’s directed appropriately, but when Tips, Bonheur, Self, Self Care, Smart Parenting, Ejercicios De Yoga
What happened when I ditched my phone to tackle smartphone addiction
Smartphones create a sense of constant anticipation as we crave the dopamine hit that accompanies a notification. It doesn’t feel restful. Anticipation is a sort of stimulant for both mind and body, which is great if it’s directed appropriately, but when
Smartphones have drastically and irreversibly changed our lives, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. But aspects of our phone-use actually harm our wellbeing, contributing to the rise of mental health issues. From issues with social anxiety, the 'd*ck pi Action, Smartphone, Health Care, Health Issues, Improve Health
The reasons why we need to detox from our smartphones and reconnect
Smartphones have drastically and irreversibly changed our lives, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. But aspects of our phone-use actually harm our wellbeing, contributing to the rise of mental health issues. From issues with social anxiety, the 'd*ck pi
Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th
What To Do When You've Had Too Much Screen Time • BEETRUET
Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th
Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else
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Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else
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If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored.
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If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored.
My smartphone usage was alarming. I knew I was spending too much time tapping away, but I hadn't appreciate the affect this was having on my mental health. For one week I decided to give up my smartphone for a basic phone. I wasn't expecting the results m
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My smartphone usage was alarming. I knew I was spending too much time tapping away, but I hadn't appreciate the affect this was having on my mental health. For one week I decided to give up my smartphone for a basic phone. I wasn't expecting the results m
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
Account Suspended
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
Account Suspended
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
Smartphones create a sense of constant anticipation as we crave the dopamine hit that accompanies a notification. It doesn’t feel restful. Anticipation is a sort of stimulant for both mind and body, which is great if it’s directed appropriately, but when
Account Suspended
Smartphones create a sense of constant anticipation as we crave the dopamine hit that accompanies a notification. It doesn’t feel restful. Anticipation is a sort of stimulant for both mind and body, which is great if it’s directed appropriately, but when
Smartphones have drastically and irreversibly changed our lives, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. But aspects of our phone-use actually harm our wellbeing, contributing to the rise of mental health issues. From issues with social anxiety, the 'd*ck pi
Account Suspended
Smartphones have drastically and irreversibly changed our lives, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. But aspects of our phone-use actually harm our wellbeing, contributing to the rise of mental health issues. From issues with social anxiety, the 'd*ck pi
Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th
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Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th
Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else
Account Suspended
Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else
If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored.
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If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored.
My smartphone usage was alarming. I knew I was spending too much time tapping away, but I hadn't appreciate the affect this was having on my mental health. For one week I decided to give up my smartphone for a basic phone. I wasn't expecting the results m
Account Suspended
My smartphone usage was alarming. I knew I was spending too much time tapping away, but I hadn't appreciate the affect this was having on my mental health. For one week I decided to give up my smartphone for a basic phone. I wasn't expecting the results m
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
Account Suspended
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
Account Suspended
There’s an irresistible pull towards publicising what you’re doing, even if it’s something mundane. It’s as though the real world is trapped inside your screen, and what happens in three dimensions is a practice run until you hit upon the most photogenic
Smartphones create a sense of constant anticipation as we crave the dopamine hit that accompanies a notification. It doesn’t feel restful. Anticipation is a sort of stimulant for both mind and body, which is great if it’s directed appropriately, but when
Account Suspended
Smartphones create a sense of constant anticipation as we crave the dopamine hit that accompanies a notification. It doesn’t feel restful. Anticipation is a sort of stimulant for both mind and body, which is great if it’s directed appropriately, but when
Smartphones have drastically and irreversibly changed our lives, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. But aspects of our phone-use actually harm our wellbeing, contributing to the rise of mental health issues. From issues with social anxiety, the 'd*ck pi
Account Suspended
Smartphones have drastically and irreversibly changed our lives, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. But aspects of our phone-use actually harm our wellbeing, contributing to the rise of mental health issues. From issues with social anxiety, the 'd*ck pi
Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th
Account Suspended
Average American adults spend around 11 hours infront of a screen. That's nearly half a year! Too much screen time equals painful thumbs, locked hands, fuzzy eyes and an aching neck. Being aware of those times when we've over done it is the first step. Th
Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else
Account Suspended
Lets talk about phubbing: snubbing someone by checking your phone during a conversation. It doesn't feel good when someone spends more time looking at their phone than they do talking to you. It's also all too easy to be the one to phone-snub someone else
If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored.
Account Suspended
If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone when you’re bored. . It’s useful, and it works, and that’s okay. But it’s not okay to check out on your phone EVERY time you feel bored.
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♡ DIGITAL DETOX ♡ after organising Fare Healthy I hotfooted it to India to recover... over 7 days without wifi or phone has been more restorative than I could ever imagine. At first i was anxiously trying to check it every ten mins, realising it was turned off back in my suitcase. Now finally reconnecting with hot water and wifi again, my peaceful mind is still miles away. If you have a busy job that requires you to be glued to social media/screen/phone and you're lucky enough to properly es... Artsy Fartsy, Visual, Artsy, Pinterest, Aesthetic Art, Ilustrasi, Artist, Sanat, Art Inspo
♡ DIGITAL DETOX ♡ after organising Fare Healthy I hotfooted it to India to recover... over 7 days without wifi or phone has been more restorative than I could ever imagine. At first i was anxiously trying to check it every ten mins, realising it was turned off back in my suitcase. Now finally reconnecting with hot water and wifi again, my peaceful mind is still miles away. If you have a busy job that requires you to be glued to social media/screen/phone and you're lucky enough to properly es...
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