Researchers estimate that an average person will spend 3 years of their life looking at social media.
Does that sound like too much to you?
Do you want to reduce your time on social media, but aren't sure how?
If you answered 'Yes' to these questions, this Byte is for you!
Disable Social Media Notifications
Disable notifications and use social media at fixed periods during the day.
For example, check social media during a planned break in your office hours.
Regain your time and focus!
When you're trying to cut back on your time on social media, which of these occasions is okay to check the social media apps on your phone?
Use App Timers
With app timers, you can be in control of the time you spend on an app.
For example, you can set it up so you use Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for only 30 minutes per day.
Once the limit is reached, these apps will be paused for the day.
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Don't Bring Your Phone To The Bedroom
Leave your phone and tablet in another room overnight.
Rest and Relax!
Put an old school alarm clock in the bedroom.
Bonus Step: Set a rule of not going on your phone for at least an hourbefore going to bed!
Which strategy will you use to create healthier boundaries with social media?
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