Hey Sherry, great piece. It’s so relevant today especially when we’re just inundated with technology.

We can’t get away from it — and we seem to be addicted. It’s been found people even use their phones on the toilet. Gross huh?

What you’re saying resonates with me a lot as I found myself checking notifications on my phone a billion times a day, like the world would end if I didn’t.

I found myself distracted a lot, not able to truly focus on what I was doing, where I was, and who I was with. Time flies by pretty quickly and by the time I know it, it’s the end of the day and I’ve barely done what I wanted to do.

What helped me is to only check my social media notifications twice a day. And not at all on weekends.

I think it helps to figure out what matters in our lives too. And where we’re going. Then work backward to consistently do the little things that will get us there.

Anyway, cheers for sharing your thoughts Sherry. I’m positive you’ll come up with a plan to find time to do what matters more in your life :)

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