How often do I reach for my phone out of boredom, looking for that next hit of entertainment or distraction?
How often do I reach for my phone for the high of escape?
When I don’t feel like listening to one more complaint or argument, I pick it up.
We desire intentional living, but you wouldn’t know from our habits. So we have a choice to make. Will we choose to live life on purpose? Or will we scroll through life instead, missing out on what we may never know we are missing?
Join me for a post that I hope challenges you as it has me to re-evaluate my screen habits.
Time is a gift not a dictator.
I’m a doer, a worker. I love efficiency and productivity. I thrive on accomplishing tasks and seeing my tangible, physical progress. The problem is I work better than I rest. The second problem is that I’m rarely satisfied that my work is complete. I set high bars and expectations and can always “do more”. But for a human being, that is chasing something with no finish line in sight.
Perfection isn’t reality. At some point I must choose ‘good enough’ and be satisfied.
It’s time for time to be handled with care. Join me for the rest of today’s post.