Can you live without your cell phone for 1 week?
are you so dependant on technology that you can't separate yourself from it for 1 week?
My phone, sure I could go a week without it. Heck, it's out of minutes as I type (wish they would hurry up and send my taxes though).... Now, if your question had been "can you go a week without using the computer", that would be totally different! I can go with minimal use of a computer, but not for a whole week. After all I have to check multiple email accounts, being a freelance web designer makes it even harder, and of course my social networking addictions.
I love my desktop when I'm home, laptop for road trips, now if only I had a computer in the glove department of my car I'd be in Nerdvana! lol
No. Being without my phone for a week would be like going back to the dark ages. I have a samsung galaxy that I use everyday from texting to translating my kids Irish homework. Also, the thing stays glued to me all the time, so I would feel like I was missing an arm or a leg for a week!
I recently went on a family reunion boat trip and was without phone and Internet for a week. It was fabulous. Everyone hung out and talked without looking down at their laps for a quick fix. It was a nice change to see people walking and looking around rather than text-walking
The second we were back in range, however, I went on a frenzy of Facebooking, emailing, and Googling. Ahhh.
I live without my mobile all the time, I only swithch it on if I need to use it in emergency. We have lived for millenia without electronics we would be less than human to become dependent on them.
I highly doubt it, as bad as it sounds my life almost revolves around my phone these days!
I have a basic simple cell phone and if it wasn't for emergency uses, such as grandkids, I wouldn't miss the phone so much for a week. I'm not a phone talker or texter, only when I have to. I have no other phone, so I depend on the cell phone in case something happens.
today our life is so much depended on technology that we can not even imagine our life without it. For me its impossible to live without my cell phone even for a single day.
by Angela Joseph 7 years ago
Can you live without your cell phone for a day?Almost everyone seems to be using their cellphones constantly. Can you do without yours for a day?
by Anthea Kwaw 9 years ago
Can you live your life without the use of your mobile or cell phone?
by Eric Calderwood 8 years ago
How important to you is your cell phone or smart phone and do you think you could live without it?
by Andrea Ercoli 10 years ago
would you be able to live without a cell phone?
by H.Kephart 10 years ago
Hey everyone. Just trying to get some brainstorming ideas. So what would you miss the most?
by Prince Maak 11 years ago
Can we live or can we work without Computers? How will be our Life without COMPUTERS.
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