Some people are “addicted” to their phone. Do you agree life cannot be found on the screen of your phone? I would like to use the ‘Put Your Phone Down’ Challenge. PutYourPhoneDownAnd, live life .At some point we’ve all been in a conversation with someone who’s busy texting, reading an email or checking social media while we’re attempting to have a face-to-face conversation with them. A survey by Pew shows that eighty-two percent of people use their phones in social gatherings frequently hurts a face-to-face conversation.
Join me and take the challenge put your phone down and experience the world around you, enjoy life. If we want to be more proactive in life, we need to do more productive things. We’re not engaging in life, spending most of our time on the phone. We’re avoiding it by spending most of our waking moments with our face on the screen of the phone. What are some proactive things we can experience in the world by putting our phone down?
1. Look up. Smile at a passerby, a family member, the postman and receive a smile in response.
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