Digital Wellbeing: Using Technology Mindfully

Did you know that the average person checks their phone 96 times a day? That’s once every 10 minutes, yes I am guilty! We are more connected than ever before through our devices, yet often feel disconnected from the people right in front of us.

This is a challenge many of us face. Our devices offer incredible opportunities to learn, connect, and create. Yet they can also lead to distraction, comparison, and wasted time. The key is using technology mindfully – being intentional about when, why, and how we use our devices.

Here are 3 tips to practice digital wellbeing:

  1. Turn off notifications and set screen time limits. This reduces distractions and endless scrolling.
  2. Be present with loved ones. Put your phone away to truly engage when together.
  3. Take tech-free breaks. Enjoy activities without a device like reading, exercising, or spending time in nature.

Digital wellbeing is about balance, not elimination. It’s using tech to enhance our lives while still being fully present. What are your best tips? Share them below!

Let’s connect in meaningful ways, both on and offline. Our wellbeing depends on it.

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