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  1. I LOVE this. And I need to adopt these rules <3. I've been in a downward spiral with my phone habits lately, and you inspired me to set the screen time limits with a few certain apps ;). Thank you Victoria!

    1. Rachel, it is so easy to get caught up in the phone habit without even realizing it! I had to type this up and make it public for my own accountability too! 😉

  2. What do you do when : ALL the affordable summits and bundles are online?

    My work involes finding and bidding on jobs online, then watching to see if I get the job. Part of the job is online? I hate to have to check my emails for all that goes with the job.

    I was not on the phone and comupter as much, until trying to learn and work for myself.

    Now learning EMF makes it all the more I want to be off. I try to listen to summits with phone down, not sure how much that helps. I like your site, this is my first time here. THANKS!

    1. That’s a good question because I also listen to a lot of podcasts and recorded teachings on my phone throughout the day while I’m doing other things. With that in mind, I do keep my phone screen off or face down so it merely serves as just a listening device.

      Other work-related tasks that involve screen time, I recommend using time boundaries, so when you are working on your screen you are working. Then give yourself blocks of time (and it may vary each day) where you are offline completely. I think that is good work-life balance anyways. We can’t always be online or working, there has to be time blocks where you work online and when you are offline living and enjoying life.

      I hope that answers your question 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

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