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Monday, June 16, 2014

CNN: Don't keep your phone in your pocket

Now that is the best suggestion I have heard in a while and I totally agree. Take that phone out of your pocket and put it in a place you hardly ever would think to look. In other words; forget about it.

Try that for a couple of days and you will find out how your existence suddenly turned into this peaceful, tranquil, and less stressed life. You will also have more time on your hands and finally can get around to other things that have gone by the wayside.

In case you are going through some withdrawals and miss the socializing, go visit that friend who has been talking your ear off or drop in at your family's house. You may even come to the conclusion that the real human interaction is not so bad at all.

You may have to learn how to communicate again without using your thumbs, but that's okay; practice makes perfect. Remember not to press your cup with hot coffee or tea against your ear when someone is talking to you. Keep that in mind and you will be fine.

You might even welcome the silence and take a longer break from your phone. If you don't want to leave your family and friends in limbo, there may be an app for that. Each time someone decides to call or text you the app could kick in with a clear and concise message.

Don't disturb!



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