I’m Addicted to My Phone, Now What?
Paulette Perhach

I moved to Canada part time where my phone doesn’t really work without paying much more money. It weaned me. As did watching the birds in the morning. Looking at the light over the mountains. The thing that’s been most helpful for me is more time in nature. That’s my counterbalance.

Also, log what you’re actually looking at. I did this for a while and I saw a pattern: I over read news stories because I’m afraid I’m not going to be well informed. The indulgence has its roots in fear. Now, I limit my time reading stories. I shut it down. I also want to finish my next book, so that helps. Good luck!

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