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
1 year 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 1 year 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.