The title may sound slightly dramatic, but it's very common that most people couldn't leave the house without their phone or they aren't able to go without their phone for a day. It makes me think about when I was younger, we would normally ask our friends at school if they would like to come … Continue reading The Survival Guide To Living Without Your Phone
How do you survive without your phone for a week? Leave the house without putting your phone in your bag. It was a wonderful experiment to try, after I read Womankind Magazine's post on the smartphone challenge. I realised when I didn't use my phone for a week, how much I didn't need it. Most of the … Continue reading Instagram Diary And Life Without A Phone
When I think back to my childhood, I'm grateful for a time when technology hadn't been as nearly prevalent in our lives. We weren't surrounded by a screen for a significant amount of the day, and we cherished the moments of going to the cinema to watch a film or played outside in the grass. … Continue reading What Did We Do When There Was No Internet?
When I first met my long term boyfriend, I realised that we both never used our phones in each other's company. Unless we were about to snap a photo of one another, it never crossed each others mind to stay on our phones. That is something I'm very grateful for til today, as it's one … Continue reading When People Use Their Phone On A Date With You
Picture your younger self. Calling your friend up on the phone and asking them to come over and play. Asking your siblings to come onto the trampoline to jump. Going out to walk the dog and breathe some fresh air. Climbing the trees at the beach and starting new adventures. Baking cookies that fill the … Continue reading The 21st Century Addiction to Technology
Ten years ago, we had flip phones, bigger ipods and cd players. Now, I don't know about you, but I sure miss those days where there was more time. Time to go out with friends and live life with nature in front of us, and not a screen. As with technology, there are so many controversies … Continue reading see me for me