Turning It Off

Reading this on your phone?

Prefer it to (most) people?

First thing in the morning?


But in January, I started to turn it off.

Before bed.

During meetings.

While playing golf.

Whenever I could.

It wasn't easy.

But by February, my screentime was down—and feelgoods were up.

It's been months now—and it's been great.

Nothing's happened that couldn't wait.

People who want to find me usually find a way to find me.

The apps I have left are mostly functional (banking, utilities, etc.).

I read a beat-up Kindle on the train.

I don't eat with a screen.

Give it a try—you won't miss it.