Disconnecting From Technology

If you're more concerned with Facebook then with people right in front of you it may be time to disconnect!

Posted by Avail Content
10 months ago

If you’re more concerned with checking Facebook then interacting with people right in front of you it may be time to disconnect from technology. Not completely…but a step back.

More than 2/3 of kids aged 13 to 17 have a smartphone.

In fact, the percentage of teens who own smartphones is greater than the percentage of humans on this earth. That’s a lot of texting!

In this video you’ll learn a few tips to cut back on technology, staying more connected with the world outside of your smartphone, and discovering a life untethered
to a phone.

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Disconnecting From Technology

Last updated 10 months ago

If you’re more concerned with checking Facebook then interacting with people right in front of you it may be time to disconnect from technology. Not completely…but a step back.

More than 2/3 of kids aged 13 to 17 have a smartphone.

In fact, the percentage of teens who own smartphones is greater than the percentage of humans on this earth. That’s a lot of texting!

In this video you’ll learn a few tips to cut back on technology, staying more connected with the world outside of your smartphone, and discovering a life untethered
to a phone.