Hull & rsquo; iphone bought in Japan

The arrival on the apple market watch me not reflect poorly : I found it very intrusive to have this little camera always screwed wrist. And as to the arrival of each new gadget Apple I said : “moi, never ”, before realizing that, big enough pocket fault in my little summer outfits, I often wandered with my phone in hand. Ouch !

J & rsquo; had been quite touched by the little short “I forgot my phone” which was shared by almost all my friends on Facebook two years ago, and see that I & rsquo; was still addicted to the beast m & rsquo; has a small blow behind the head.

I believe that the only consequence of this video on my phone was compared to its eradication in the bedroom : I put the night to load into my living room and I didn & rsquo; use it more before m & rsquo; to sleep or in the morning when I woke up. When I tell that I am always asked with wide eyes “but how do you do to get you out of bed ?” and I answer that I am maliciously just bought me an alarm clock.

During my vacation, I forced myself not to check my mail and go a minimum on social networks (outside of & rsquo; since instagram post pretty pictures is one of my holiday pleasures). And it doesn & rsquo; has not been without difficulties (yes I know, we don & rsquo; no easy lives :D).

For mails I m & rsquo; am very out, after working for years alone, j & rsquo; now have a strong team who works with me on Un Beau Jour and I can let the s & rsquo; deal without me eyes closed. And it doesn & rsquo; no price. Being on his own makes disconnection to emails very difficult because we are afraid to miss a contract, I am delighted to no longer feel distressed by it.

In social networks it was a different story, I found that I consulted frantically sometimes without realizing it : where I was supposed to just post pictures on my instagram I rechargeais constantly flows, ditto for twitter and facebook. That & rsquo; is that & rsquo; there could be so important that I could not miss ABSOLUTELY ? Rien…

I've realized that I had just lost the habit to pause. As soon as I n & rsquo; have nothing special to do, My instinct is to turn to in my phone & rsquo; d & rsquo hope, find a short entertainment. J & rsquo; have lost the & rsquo; m used to & rsquo; bored, leaving my thoughts or intensely think about what I might do to take care : read, draw, go for a walk, or do n & rsquo; any totally disconnected manual activity.

I am this little caricature of the modern world that panic when the battery drops below 30% without possibility of immediate loading, who released his phone to check Twitter when I am surrounded by friends, who can not eat a nice meal in a restaurant without the & rsquo; be photographed from every angle (read this article on instagram he is amazing). I find myself RI-DI-CULE.

And then I followed with 5 days of total disconnection in a small magical world. I felt so good that I & rsquo; have decided to fix myself some new rules : Phone evening tidy, if I m & rsquo; n & rsquo bored I; have that & rsquo; drawing, since the time I say I'm going m & rsquo; put it does not hurt me. Phone in the bag when I'm with friends (unless everyone dives in). J & rsquo; took off notifications on twitter, facebook and instagram and I begin to decrease the frequency of consultation.

I want to re-learn how to do anything but unsheathe my phone when I m & rsquo; bored would do 5 secondes.

J & rsquo; & rsquo have the, impression of having quit smoking, someone & rsquo; have a patch ?

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60 "comments on"Disconnect

  1. 22 July 2015 at 10:27

    C’est vrai, we forget to exist because of social networks, phones or tablets. Pour ma part, I was radical ago 2 years old: I finally closed my Instagram account, abandoned Twitter and Vine then opened a Facebook account limited to my family. My life without all this is far healthier, I am less glued to my screen, I am more creative, in fact I was totally addicted… ….Then since I discovered Pinterest…. ;)

  2. 22 July 2015 at 10:38

    I especially found in point “boredom” with this reflex become too far not to seek another thing my phone to flee and never confront me almost. Fill waiting with info, des images, articles. I'm still a bit in the all or nothing with holiday periods when I did not consult my phone, leaves on my night table and live my life away from him and others where it is permitted and where I abuse. I think it has contributed to the loss of pleasure in reading a book that I felt for some years, the star fly to long stories by the consumable in the social networks offered immediate. Repeat this reflex helps me to read I think to let go a little screen in a new competition between two reflexes : unsheathe my book or my smartphone ? But in terms of accepting boredom, do nothing, I am still far far away…
    See you soon !

    • 22 July 2015 at 12:26

      I was told that it was the Book groooooosse crisis, a friend who works in bookstores for over 10 years told me that he no longer believed the book, it's a little scared…

  3. 22 July 2015 at 10:40

    Since I moved, I has established a “loading station” in the entrance of the apartment. Basically, a box that stash a power strip on which our mobile devices is seen without any branch too cables. Du coup, the apartment is substantially free of mobile phone and got rid of the terrible scourge of chargers lying around everywhere! Double victory! Yeahhh !
    I have always had rules on the use of these little things cumbersome, because given my temperament addictive, I find it very easy to go overboard. Du coup, when I'm with someone & rsquo; a, even when it sounds or notifies I do not respond, eventually, I look at the time but it stops there. And when I'm all alone, I do not limit, but I always have a book about me, and I try to always ask me if I would not do better to read a book.

    But OK, Nevertheless, I am also a good addicted eh, despite all these precautions, limit I fear if I forgot my phone at home!

    • 22 July 2015 at 12:27

      The load point is a little key I feel, redeem himself so I feel shows…

  4. 22 July 2015 at 11:25

    I do not have smartphone. It's not that I do not want but it's not possible for me, my husband is hyperélectrosensible, the waves that are emitted by mobile phones do suffer. I have an old phone that has very low and above that is not connected to the internet.

    At first I felt somewhat apart, I have a blog but no instagram account and suddenly I saw these beautiful pictures of life often perfect (via instagram site on the computer) and I told myself that I too would have liked to keep some nice moments in my day and see all on the same page.
    But lately I realize that this is only the “flan” all that and I prefer not to have fallen into it.
    it will make a 1 year I filled a small notebook with in a sentence or 2 this happened in my day, I will soon begin the second year and write new times in those that occurred previously.
    I found a way to keep these moments, they are not published, just write on paper and not retouched but it's a bit of me my instagram ;-)

    I also want to tell you that you're right not to sleep with your phone… and get you back to the drawing.

    • 22 July 2015 at 12:28

      Yes lively notebooks ! I feel I'm finally going to meet me also pretty dozen little notebooks that offered me the last few years !

    • 22 July 2015 at 13:21

      It's great as an idea :)

  5. 22 July 2015 at 11:26

    I loved your ticket!
    C’est vrai, why is it so complicated to disconnect? Since I opened my blog, My phone addiction is getting worse… I get tired alone! (“I can me more” Looks like my girlfriend). And as you write so well, Is that the earth will stop rotating if disconnected for a few days? In!
    It is dramatic, we do not know bored, reflect, draw, read quietly…. And I think your idea to set some rules is excellent! I'll try to follow your path…
    Finding the right balance between modern and inner world world, a sacred program ;-)

    • 22 July 2015 at 12:29

      With this addiction I think we all behave a little like children without limits, I establishes rules as if I were my mother !

  6. 22 July 2015 at 11:37

    I completely reflected in what you say ... At the same time, I think we're all in this case ! When I miss or I 2 free seconds, I throw myself on my phone in the hope of finding something to occupy my hands and my thoughts ... It becomes a limit TOC ! And it eats me my time.
    Only when I am on holiday abroad I get to get me ... Well except share my vacation photos on FB and Instagram, story that my relatives are aware of my travels ;p
    But it is not enough to wean me when I get back to city life ... And yet I am well aware that this addiction has taken too much control over my life ! :(

    • 22 July 2015 at 12:31

      Yes it does not hurt to take off to wean. I find it very essential when away from disconnect to really travel without keeping a part of the head at home ;)

  7. 22 July 2015 at 11:42

    I realize I'm doing not too bad. En effet, I do not get my phone when I am with my friend and even less at the table. Je n’ai ni Facebook, ni Twitter, Instagram only and it is quite enough. I sometimes spend several days without going there, but it happens naturally, I have no desire or no time… I admit that I sometimes crashes when I see people at the restaurant are all on their phone. Sometimes I'm with people and we do not talk for a few seconds, minutes, but this is not very serious. You are right in my, take this time to devote yourself to something else, even things you did before to have a smartphone !

  8. 22 July 2015 at 11:50

    Thank you for this little wakeup call ! I have already “idea” all my facebook friends to follow only the content of brands and magazines. If my friends have something to tell me I imagine it will tell. I also disabled notif facebook … but your tricks to leave the phone in the living room I find it nice I'll try … my laptop has become my security blanket :/ a kind of a thing checker before bed and first thing when I woke up … provided that it changes but we will do everything to ! If you have other tips, je suis preneuse :)

  9. 22 July 2015 at 11:50

    That is why I still do not have a smartphone !!! Because I already see the time I spend on my computer when I'm at home, Then I told myself that if I did the same on the outside it would become far too addictive and I like to keep some freedom away from home.
    I like bored and especially keep space for reflection, daydreaming or even watching.
    I also see the other in the street, le tram, nose glued to their phones, almost religiously. I find it crazy. Even conversation, and even during (I gave French lessons to foreigners and recently a young Icelandic consulted his emails while I was talking to him, downright).
    I think most young people will have a big problem with the disconnection, because they grew up in completely.
    I will still take a Smartphone because I love taking photos and I'm tired of lugging around my big Canon, but I still do not take package to limit myself to a wifi in consultation whenever possible.
    I know I'm in the other extreme because I know how internet point may be useful or fun, even outside, mais c’est comme ça.
    So I completely understand your ticket (I had a good laugh with the article on Instagram is so true).

    • 22 July 2015 at 12:33

      In fact it is rather paradoxical, I took a smartphone to be more free to move with the job, still having access to my mails, etc… But in the end it made me a little servile anything else, but for me to get rid of it.

      After learning to live with it I'm sure we will find the limits and in need 10 we rigolera years of our practices today

  10. 22 July 2015 at 11:50

    Oh regain the love of reading, I love reading more than that I'm really a fan like you and yet I abandoned my books, I have one on my bedside table for months I read from time to time one or two lines and I blame myself for this situation.
    We devoured it raw by the networks, computer keyboards and all kinds.
    I like to remind myself of this sentence it seems Einstein : “I fear the day that technology will replace human interaction. We will have created a generation of idiots.” Can we be closer to the current reality ?
    Kisses I go eat my book.

  11. 22 July 2015 at 12:48

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  12. Mystinguett
    22 July 2015 at 12:55

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  13. 22 July 2015 at 13:18

    It's funny I typed “digital detox” Google earlier, and 10 minutes later I see your post on Facebook.

    I'm somewhat in the same trip at this time and I've never seen I forgot my phone but wow ! that's too much !
    I bought a book last week – how long it was that I did not have a fixed reading !? – and I force myself to read before going to bed, rather than watching videos on youtube and lose 2 hours of sleep so that I could use (and the eyes sting me !).

    Il y a 2 days I was at the restaurant with friends and I just forgot my phone. Honestly, he did not even miss me ! As against the coup, I noticed that my boyfriend almost always had with him.

    I'm already trying to not put my phone in the room, what a pleasure to wake up in arms cherished without cloistered on Facebook !
    Thank you for having me confirmed that it is time to break away from these futile things and pixelated !


  14. 22 July 2015 at 13:25

    It's very interesting what you say here, especially since I was trying to find more or less the same things. I do not have a smartphone (Long live the 15th century brick), but when I'm home, My computer is on and takes up all my attention.
    I myself also thinking of the futility of any checker, like I was going to miss a trick, whereas finally, I type notifs me often that I get most. But it's almost sickly, I was bored so I lose my precious time like this. I also neglected a lot of activities, not too much to remember how it was before. How I occupied my time when I did not have facebook, instagram and Hellocoton.
    This is already quite realize it but it's not that easy to treat so if ut find patches, let me know Acc?
    As for dealing with people, I find it abominable those who dive every three seconds in their iphone. Hence the main reason why I will not buy that phone have internet. One point is all but non ho!
    Great article anyway, that objectively addresses a major problem …

  15. 22 July 2015 at 13:37

    I found a small solution ! It's not perfect but I'm glad :)
    I parametered my unlock code so that it is requested that after an hour without I used my phone. A la base, when I found it in the iphone, j”

  16. 22 July 2015 at 13:40

    I found a small solution ! It's not perfect but I'm glad :)
    I parametered my unlock code so that it is requested that after one hour without using my phone. A la base, when I enabled this feature, it was not to have all the time to type my code (especially as I lock the screen and I realize at that moment that I forgot something), but I realized that it was rare that I spend an hour without consulting my phone. So today I'm careful, I had to type my code several times ? Very little ? And I will lengthen (iphone : Settings > security) to force me to see the least

  17. 22 July 2015 at 14:06

    If you find these famous patch I'm all ears, I have serious need !

  18. 22 July 2015 at 14:20

    “Internet killed my dreams”

  19. 22 July 2015 at 14:33

    You are quite right!
    I start this year a year old house in the Lot and it will 15 days without network, connectionless, a very foolish yes, we realize the time spent and we do a lot more things!! music (I listen thanks to internet ) I miss by cons, I plan to download any this year to compete with cicadas!

  20. Nat Lafée
    22 July 2015 at 14:37

    Wouahouuuu you're a gniste I would not have suspected me!!! ^_^

    • Eleonore Bridge
      22 July 2015 at 19:51

      Hey hey it's not long ^^

    • Nat Lafée
      22 July 2015 at 19:54

      You'll see it's great fun ! I have a combination of surveys evenings (plus intense, short and with greater play that role NG) if ever you're interested ; )

    • Eleonore Bridge
      23 July 2015 at 12:25

      Oh why not cool !

  21. 22 July 2015 at 14:45

    Not easy but it feels good !

  22. 22 July 2015 at 14:53

    I have two blogs and social networks I use most to see other blogs, twitter – IG (and FB but less…) I know it is taking hyper.

    Fortunately I love reading and I read more (about 8 to 9 pounds per month), I always have a book in my bag (or a reading light) I take out my book when I have to wait more than five minutes (tram, at the doctor..) – I get out my little notebook (even if it happens) in public transport because I am quite frightened by the number of people glued to their smartphone.

    Sinon, I also chose to charge my phone at night (extinct) and have a true revival – but I still tend to look at Twitter and IG when I leave my dog, and the miss takes ten minute break every tree … hard hard !

    Par contre, on holiday – no problem – I totally plug. I made a trek in the Sahara desert, worked with elephants in Thailand and there – no phone (stay at home). And I can not stand people watching their phones with them when you eat, home is in the bag !

    Tell me your five days disconnection, is the fort ;-)

  23. 22 July 2015 at 15:07

    Aaaaah lesson smartphones… I have quite a package of stories “comedy” above. Pour ma part, I do not have: an old nokia all rotten but ultra strong that I use to receive sms / call. Nothing else. I had a “smartphone” younger I was using only take pictures: I broke and after a week I regretted most.

    I do not like the fact that my entourage allows to watch / meet their SMS / notifications during a conversation: c’est si impoli… And what interest? See you to discuss face to face, spend time together not? Where still see people in the screwed transport their mobile while I am practically the only one with a book, where an owl BD. I happened to be disconnected from the internet several months: that was not too bothered, I read / drew more. I know that I would go crazy at the idea of ​​being a slave to something that sounds all the time (I'm already swollen when I receive 4 following sms, more so if there are any notifications xD).

    it reminds me of an anecdote: one day during one of my summer jobs when I was a waitress, I got yelled at by a client because I did not have me on an Iphone charger in your pocket. The guy was so addicted and convinced that he could not find in paris other than with the phone asked me the address of the nearest Apple Store order to remedy this… Instead, I advised him to take a map of the Paris Metro in his pocket!

    • 24 July 2015 at 13:09

      hmmm,the last line: help! not at all annoying to be told that,it's a little gnagnagna,I am the devoted reason etc. …do not fall into the opposite extreme and be backward-looking and preachy! people have a right to look at their phone rather than read “a nice comic” (perso,I do not like comics!) the train and,to locate and orient,aujourd’hui,the more you use a smartphone as a subway map,it is more convenient,eh oui.
      Likewise,we are not going to wash to clean the machine,we must move with the times anyway.
      Rehashing “it was better before,people no longer know how to do this,it,my grandmother playing with a clothespin” it's against-productive (and false: it was not better before because before people were already saying that it was better before).

      • 24 July 2015 at 13:37

        Slowly we can calmly discuss ;)

        • 31 July 2015 at 17:54

          Wow, all this rage xD If you reread my last paragraph, you will understand that the said gentleman was not very pleasant either to me because “how is it possible not to have Iphone charger self, enfin?!”. I do not just read comics, do not worry (it's sad not like it: so many choices and opportunities to discover artists / funky / awesome stories) =) I find it terribly shame not to use that time to read and discover new horizons. I find the subway map is more convenient than the smartphone it says: no risk of it being discharged and it's everywhere. And why: it was better before? I am part of the team without smartphone, and so? Have I criticize their lives so far? Oui, it is convenient to have internet access at all times for small repairs type find its cinemagoer. But I'm doing great without major part of the time, and I still evolving with the times =)

  24. 22 July 2015 at 15:12

    Personally I recently scared by realizing that when I opened Firefox to look for something on the net, je le'd meet automatiquement “F” Facebook to open it and did my research in a second tab (and I know I'm not alone !). Checker Facebook has become a reflex, although I often do not find the slightest contentment : In public transport, bien sûr, but I even surprise scroller mechanically on my laptop at a red light while I was cycling ! Like you, I bought a smartphone to be more free to move, but I feel the final vampirized by the permanent Internet connection…

    Not to mention the social networks, simple SMS and calls can also become very intrusive : always afraid to miss a friend who is not well, an invitation to have a drink, etc. The intention is laudable but ultimately, I feel exhausted, my ability to concentrate is reduced from month to month. Sometimes I try to put my phone in silent mode so as not read my SMS that when I make the approach to look at my phone (I'm already too often spontaneously) and not to feel constantly “called the foot”. However it is clear that the mission is perilous : people have ever thought that I wanted them because I had not responded to a message the afternoon !

    When blogs and websites info, there also, there is a form of automatic : I consult many of them by procrastination (I work on computer and I need Internet, which does not help), which literally rots my productivity.

    Bref, after I finally bought a watch to watch less time on my phone, I think follow your example and buy me an alarm clock : do not look at my mail or SMS barely open eyes will be a good start !

  25. 22 July 2015 at 15:27

    Bravo for this post, j’

  26. 22 July 2015 at 15:32

    Bravo for this post, I just find myself completely in this description. Pour ma part, I have a real adiction to Instagram, it's a real addiction to the point of forgetting the other important and. What makes me most afraid is to focus Instagram or Pinterest to a book or a movie, I feel myself intellectually impoverished. The whole is now to discipline a bit and focus on simple things.

  27. 22 July 2015 at 15:52

    Oh la la, as I understand you. I like and it's super difficult to remove the bad reflex to look at his phone all the time. I think I will like you and remove notifications. I try to put the phone out of the room but I crack every time. In fact I think it's because of my blog that I like that ca otherwise I think would be easier to disconnect. When I'm with friends I try not to look at my phone and I débouille pretty well but in the street, transport or queuing is always the same reflex! I also need a patch!! ;)

  28. 22 July 2015 at 16:10

    All the same, H24 planted on my feed, never short sites / blogs / content check when I'm done with the first. And if my phone allows me (occasionally) to do useful things (reminders in the calendar, draft texts when inspiration suddenly comes, …) I go more and more that I spend hours doing it…. absolutely nothing concrete.
    But I had clicked in the last few days, when I realized that I had become me) unable to concentrate more 30 minutes on some thing without my phone and unlock b) unable to do one thing at a time, as always with my phone in hands. I attack the rehab, and I am taking all technical ;)

  29. 22 July 2015 at 16:15

    I must say that I lost these bad habits ago 4 or 5 years old, after a burnout or I had to “Slow”. It's all relative… But I came back to more basic human, which ultimately create more contact and interaction with people and the environment.

    Very nice article that makes me a little wakeup call to tell me… and ho! Go and finish drawing under that tree there, the spirit that is outside all year.

    Again thank you for this little article I like, simple, true, fresh.

  30. 22 July 2015 at 17:02

    Welcome to the normal life! :)

  31. 22 July 2015 at 17:04

    Je t’admire, I left 5 days abroad and I did not know cut…

  32. 22 July 2015 at 21:14

    It's also very hard when it is the opposite
    .. When you see yourself instead ” inutile ” that all this pseudo connected life and take your relatives do not drop… Ouch! Real life is still frankly more beautiful.

  33. 23 July 2015 at 9:38

    I urge you to listen to this show a sociologist who has long worked on the uses of the phone and connected objects:
    It makes no distinction between online and other uses (including the book) since there is a practical intermingling. The uses of phones / computer / tablet should not be seen as parasites that are superimposed to life “normale”, they are integrated into it like other objects. These objects and uses as much produce we. They are expressive culture media, the author of this blog should know well!
    It self-organizes small moments of disconnection that do not necessarily require large empty moments connected.
    And then you have cul-de-pa-bi-li-ser :)

  34. 23 July 2015 at 10:37

    hhaaaaa you're right I will apply my vacation ca!!! I addict my friends tell me so, but I do not know bored.. It motivates me thank you for the holidays!

  35. 23 July 2015 at 16:47

    I find it necessary to disconnect healthy, praise the slow and back to basics.
    Pour ma part, I have an old phone, no smartphone, and I refuse to get one, I know I would become addicted, but this does not enrich my life more. And what a pleasure to read on the subway, to raise the nose and look around. I'm the only one in this case and no one really understands me, but as I do not feel lack of, just be connected with my mac to hours of work and some time at home myself enough.

  36. 27 July 2015 at 10:58

    Hahah actually here is the anonymous group iphoniques!
    I think we all recognize in what you wrote.

    Me when I'm on vacation I do not take my phone during the day. This is my little fresh air and my little pride!

    But otherwise hard hard to resist.
    I no longer watch. Always On my phone I have at hand. Even in the hand.
    Sometimes I even watch TV consultant same time my phone.

    I also try to calm me down but it is VERY difficult !
    At the same time I find it a pity to always be screwed behind a screen. It is believed that faces the world using the chats and social networks, but it completely isolates us.

  37. 27 July 2015 at 18:36

    I was also able to decompress on vacation where I had no wifi, no internet terminal or anything to use my smart phone. Et effectivement, I noticed that my first reaction when I had two minutes to kill (surf on social networks) was no longer feasible and that was just the HAPPINESS. It made me a very foolish and I stopped stressing. Back in France with Internet, I again stressed and more obsessed with my like… very poor. So I'll go buy an alarm clock for at least say bye bye to such before falling asleep. Par contre, without Internet connection, I had another reflex… read my kindle. It's still a book, but it's always e !

  38. 31 July 2015 at 17:35

    I confess that I could use a patch too ! ‘^^
    Unable to not catch my phone when I have two minutes to do nothing.
    The only thing that reassures me, is that I regularly moments without phone : with my friends or family, I often left in a corner to do briefly touch the time a photo. Et encore, not always.
    That's something. But it is very little. I think that I would be afraid if I could count the number of times I take to refresh my emails or social networks. ‘^^

  39. 2 August 2015 at 13:25

    Before I read a lot. And then I had the iPhone. I read much less, up on Facebook, Instagram and internet the night before sleep. And height of peak seen that it is heavy enough to navigate on a small screen: j’ai eu un iPad. Then I totally read more, I have plans of macrame and photo editing that are waiting for months because “I can not find the time”.. The time I spend on my iPad. I removed the facebook app,but OK.. I remain still not bad taped to my screens. I do not know how to not connect me like that.

  40. 4 August 2015 at 22:23

    Your post was as a detonator for me… I got so found… Then again the same day I went to buy me an alarm clock and sleep since without my iPhone… And it gives me pleasure as a gentle detox.

  41. 15 August 2015 at 17:14

    I recognize myself in there so! We all tend to become addicted to our cell, occurs especially when the excuse of “it's for work”, I will try to leave it like you much. Courage healing is close


  42. 21 September 2015 at 2:34

    Totally addicted to social networks, I had become a pillar of Facebook. I maintained my little courtyard with very, very spiritual posts. Day and night. And then I got pregnant. Then my baby was born premature. And then I have had a huge shock posttraumatic after childbirth where I almost spend. And you know what ? Convalescence cured me of Facebook and condors. It seemed a vain… And what do I do ? I posted a comment at 2:00 am. Yes, but my little head slowly and bored :)

  43. 30 September 2015 at 11:52

    Your article speaks to me! I am also independent and I was checking my emails (instagram and facebook and the coup…) all the 3 minutes…
    I bought a pretty empty pocket and spent some time, I MUST drop off the (I have a son 4 years to take care). It is also prohibited to table during dinner and stay in the bedroom : I also bought a revival !
    It remains to convince my boyfriend to leave his phone in the living room, the night :)

  44. 11 November 2015 at 16:38

    Coucou ! After reading your testimony, I think that the newsletter that I created can undoubtedly be useful to you (modestly ^^) It's called The digital break and the principle is simple : every Wednesday useful advice to better organize and enjoy their moments of disconnection. If it tells you : http://www.la-pause-digitale.org/ Strength and Honour Eleanor :)

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