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Mindful : February 2019
DAY ONE Observe Yourself First you’ll check your digital habits—and most likely be shocked by what you discover. The important thing is to accurately report on how often you check your phone. What are you checking— email, social media, missed phone calls, the weather? Do you read on your phone? What do you read—those long emails from your mom, The New York Times, or hashtags on Instagram? When do you pull it out most? Or is it always in your hand? Are you alone, or do you use it when you’re in a meeting or with another person socially? Do you take it to the bath- room with you? Bored and Brilliant THE SEVEN-DAY CHALLENGE DAY TWO Keep Your Devices Out of Reach While in Motion Keep your phone out of sight while in transit—so, no walking and texting. When you are on the bus or walking down the street, you’re not doing nothing. We think of these moments as unproductive, inefficient, or lost if we’re not checking our mail or doing other tasks. But these are ideal times for letting our minds wander. DAY THREE Photo-Free Day No pics of food, kitten, kids—nada. Take absolutely no pictures today. See the world through your eyes, not your screen. Instagrammers, it’s gonna get rocky. Snapchatsters? Hang in there. Everyone is going to be OK. I promise. Here’s a chance to take a week to see whether you’re injecting enough space into your life.