This month, I’m talking about trying to disconnect from my phone.
This is my goal.
To be able to live in the moment. To enjoy other people. To forget I have a phone.
But life gets in the way.
I check my phone to answer/keep track of work emails.
I check my phone to see what’s happening on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter.
I check my phone to see what the weather is like.
I check my phone to see what time it is.
I check my phone when I’m bored and want some distraction.
Is this you guys? How do you manage that?
I realized I need to work on not jumping for my phone constantly when I realized I heard an email come in and I couldn’t get to it.
I felt anxious like I needed to know what it was.
Of course it was nothing important.
I love being able to take pictures on my phone. It’s so much easier than dragging my camera around.
I like having apps to track everything at my finger tips.
Maybe I need to disconnect every once in awhile to feel like a normal human again.
In January, I had some girl talk about getting pregnant.
In February, I shared some random thoughts running through my mind.
In March, I shared how I hate working out.
In April, I asked about car washes.
In May, I asked how you feel about thank you notes.
In June, I asked all of you about vacuum cleaners.
In July, I asked you guys about mom stuff.
In August, I talked about my dream vacation.