According to my ScreenTime app, I spend on average 3.5 hours per day on my phone.
That’s almost 25 hours per week, which sounds insane, right?
I think that’s a bit misleading though.
We can all agree that eating a 230 calorie Snickers bar is a lot less healthy than eating 300 calories of vegetables, hummus, and almonds, right?
If we only focus on calories, and not the content of the calories, we may be tricking ourselves into leading unhealthy lives.
Recently, I’ve started focusing a lot less on how much time I spend on my phone and starting be much more aware of how I’m spending my time.
Now I break down my screen time like a diet: Healthy screen time, snacky screen time, and junk screen time.
This video will break down how I’ve started to build a much healthier relationship with my phone by focusing more on the content of my screen time than the duration.
At the 2:47 mark, I’ll give you two tips that will help you systematically improve your screen time diet.