As I was lying in bed this morning, a thought occurred to me about something my husband and I had talked about in the past.
Getting rid of technology in the bedroom.
The world we live in is fast-paced and practically run by technology.
Smartphones are everywhere and people are now attaching them to their wrists.
Tablets and laptops are third arms for a large part of this population.
And all the noise of technology is very difficult to shut off if you live in a major city. Hell, probably even in small cities.
So, where is our sanctuary? Our technology-free zone? Our place to cut ourselves off from the grid and be mindful in the present moment?
Sure, one could argue that’s what yoga studios and churches are good at but my husband and I came to the realization that we want a place like that in our home.
In an effort to get better sleep, be more mindful and present with each other and in the moment, we are no longer allowing phones, laptops or tablets in our bedroom. This is our place to disconnect, log out, sign off.
Because really, is it healthy to always be online?
Make healthy a habit. #makehealthyahabit
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