Need to limit your kid's screen time? This should help.
Sacrasm aside, you must realise that it's perfectly fine to turn off your phone, and any tech device for that matter, or silence it and set it aside at times. You don't have to be reachable 24 hours a day. Make your phone and social media work for you and use it as a tool to increase productivity instead of letting it distract you from what's truly important.
The FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) subsided and my head began to clear. I felt great, relaxed and refreshed to the point when I wasn't even thinking about my phone, freeing up my brain! A two night stay in the great outdoors felt like twice as long and I returned home vowing to take some applied learning's with me:
I did it. I reached my goal. There were some obstacles along the way, but as I look back, I know that I've grown stronger because of them. I know that as I publish each book, I'll grow stronger and more determined still.
Image Courtesy Time management is one of the most important skills you can learn as a human being. Just like money and energy
It's a blur. The traffic, the work, the family obligations. We are stressed out and worried and we forget to breathe deeply so anxiety takes hold.
The lack of boundaries around housework, kids, deadlines and getting work done ‘in between’ can result in more stress than working in an office.
The feature describes how he spends a solid hour answering emails each morning and then a half-hour at the end of the day to wrap things up. But this led me to think, if ninety minutes is considered to be 'under control' then how many hours do regular people spend fighting their inbox each day?
Balancing lectures, essays and socializing with your health and fitness is tough - there's no two ways about it. But despite the copious alcohol on offer, and resulting late night trips to the kebab van, it is possible to stay in shape while you're at university. Here are six top tips for keeping on top of your fitness when you're studying!
Although everyone has different priorities and needs, there is a valuable message here. Your time is limited and advertisers like Google and Facebook have realised it - although most of us still seem blissfully unaware. Our time is one of the most valuable commodities that we can give to advertisers because we generally have so little available.