Yesterday I challenged you to identify how much you rely on external distractions in particular the draw of social media…
How did that go?
How did it make you feel?
How do you feel?
Is there anything you need to do to change?
For everyone it is going to be different, some of you won’t have that addiction, some of you will maybe be annoyed with yourself and how much time you waste when you could be doing other things…
If you feel like it is a problem that you want to address there are a few things that you can do to help break the cycle:
Leave your phone / table in another room
Delete the apps off your device
Set an allocated time that you use it and be disciplined that these are the times you use it only
Find other distractions that are more productive and start to filter them in to your time instead.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
Block the sites and apps from your devices (there are some apps that will allow you to do that for certain times of the day like Cold Turkey).
We live in times where it seems to be acceptable that being on your phone 24/7 is the norm, just for your information, it is also linked to postural problems (how is your neck and back), depression and anxiety. Sitting in the forward position with your head down triggers chemical reactions in the body that are linked to depression and when all we see is beautiful images of others having fun and we are constantly thinking ‘that’s not me, I want their life’ then we start to get ourselves stressed and worry about the fact we are not living that exciting life.
Are you ready to make the change?