Tru2Day699

Some people are mad at you because you aren’t suffering the way they expected you to. Life it is.
(Not my words).

True me.. Tap-598..

Let me shine light on this issue of “SMARTPHONE ADDICTION”. Just ask yourself “how many of you are starting and ending the day on your phone!!”. Most people are inseparable from their phones. Sometimes this type of connection can be more harmful than helpful, especially at the beginning and end of your day. It’s easy to form the habit of picking up your phone when you wake up and end the day scrolling. Many people even charge their phones right next to their beds.

(I must mention, i am not a huge smartphone addicted person. My addiction is black coffee, Tom and Jerry, Kindle app, now a days i am learning more of music mixing & a new machine learning course. So i am kinda addicted to my iPad. Sad to say i am spending bit too much time with my iPad after work, all thanks to this lockdown.)

But here the problem is emails, to do lists, social media feeds, games and everything else is just creating a barrage of distractions and ideas that cloud your mind creating no good outcome. For the sake of your mental well-being at least try to minimize technology as you start and end your day.

Tap OUT..🤗

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Most people suffer from a disease called “not setting goals”. With the news at your fingertips and the notifications of social media constantly pinging, it’s easy to get distracted. Many people see their big picture become cloudier further away over time. For some it’s because they’ve never really imagined it to begin with. For others long-term dreams become neglected for the day-to-day distractions. Either way, if you’re not setting goals and working toward them, you’ll start to feel like life is passing, passing you by.

If you want to increase your mental wellness, you need to establish your priorities in life. Then create goals that align with your values and work toward them every day. If you can stay focused on what really matters to you, you’ll notice that your mind will be happier and healthier. Set your goals.

Tap OUT..👍

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Bottling up your feelings is never a good idea. While you should always respond rather than react in any given situation, you still need to take the time to process difficult emotions, like anger or sadness. Bottling up your emotions might feel easy now, but it damages your mental health and overall well-being in the long run.

If you notice that something continues to bother you, don’t let it slide, speak up. Holding grudges will always hurt you the most and as the tension and turmoil increases, so does the pressure. Eventually those bottled up emotions explode creating conflict that would have been easier to handle in small doses.

Tap OUT..🤗

True me.. Tap-587..

Stop lying yourself about “I don’t have the time”. Thinking you don’t have time prevents you from taking Chances. It allows you to put the important stuff off until you really don’t have time. If something is important to you, you should try to make time for it.

Just changing the way you think about things is beneficial. Merely thinking about something important that’s worth spending time on can encourage you to actually get it done.

Tap OUT..🤗

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How often do you feel “I’m too different”!! That’s not just you. So many claim to be different which makes everyone similar and lackluster at the end with that same way of thinking. Spending all your time squeezing yourself in a box trying to fit in is a waste of energy and stops you from reaching your true potential.

Standing out isn’t a bad thing and you might not be as different or weird as you think. Use your unique qualities to your advantage to help you become successful and the best version of you.

Tap OUT..🤗