216: How to Spend Less Time on Your Phone

Am I spending too much time on my phone? Am I using it to numb out when I am having uncomfortable emotions? And what is my phone use modeling for my kids?

I ask myself these questions often, and maybe you do too. In last week’s episode, I mentioned that my ONLY resolution for 2022 is to spend less time on my phone. But this is so much easier said than done. In our fast-paced, tech-obsessed world, is this even possible?

In today’s episode, I will walk you through three steps to spend less time on your phone.

This episode originally aired as a class that I taught back in February 2019 for a free online conference for moms called The I Am Mom Summit, and I am honored that they are allowing me to reshare it here. I hope you enjoy it!

– 3 Takeaways for Spending Less Time on Your Phone-
DEFINE what you love about social media (and what you don’t).
REFINE your feed so what you love is about social media is actually reflected by the accounts you follow and engage with.
DESIGN your day so you have intentional blocks of social media time.

>>>Are these tips about spending less time on your phone helpful? What would you add to her takeaways? Tell us in the comments below.



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114: How To Stop Looking At Your Phone So Much // Dr. Katie Penry
207: How Do I Help My Child Build A Healthy Relationship With Technology? // Andrea Davis
057: How To Document Your Family Without Torturing Them // Rebecca Sior, Professional Photographer

2 thoughts on “216: How to Spend Less Time on Your Phone”

  1. I LOVED all of your tips! So needed, thank you! I can’t seem to find the pdf mentioned. Would you mind sending it to me. I actually plan on sitting down with my 17 year old and working through it together. She just got Instagram and this would be a great tool!

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