How to have a better relationship with our phones: phones and notifications (video 2/9)

Phones and notifications. Let’s try for less.

This is video 2 in a series on how we can have a better relationship with our phones. Check out the description in the Youtube video for future videos. If you have any ideas you think I should add let me know.

If you wonder how to have a better relationship with our phones I would encourage you to get 5% better in this area of notifications in the upcoming week. Spend today being very aware of your phones and notifications you get all day. Then try and turn off some unnecessary notifications. 5% is an easy, attainable goal in this area. Love to hear if you were able to decrease your amount of daily notifications.

Below are the other 8 videos in this series. If you have any ideas for other videos for this series let me know.

How to have a better relationship with our phones: Entire Series

Video 1 – touch and interaction – https://youtu.be/4oGWyn9XQ4w
Video 2 – phones and notifications – https://youtu.be/lCgWaXvBs60
Video 3 – family dinners – https://youtu.be/vTlqAGhubh8
Video 4 – movies – https://youtu.be/oWrfQahIylQ
Video 5 – work/school – https://youtu.be/VxZYzVQJrf0
Video 6 – restaurant – https://youtu.be/D5JndfvV6u4
Video 7 – driving – https://youtu.be/L_S4MC3CTiQ
Video 8 – walking – https://youtu.be/g39DcyM3aHs
Video 9 – downtime / vacation – https://youtu.be/bq785U8Kwao

In my book Parenting: Navigating Everything there is a chapter on media where I go into more detail on all aspects of technology. Click Here.

phones and notifications

About The Author

Brett Ullman

Brett Ullman travels North America speaking to teens, young adults, leaders, and parents on topics including parenting, mental health, sexuality, pornography, men, dating and media. Brett's seminars engage and challenge attendees to try and connect our ancient faith with our modern culture we live in. Participants are inspired to reflect on what we know, what we believe and how our faith ought to serve as the lens through which we view and engage tough conversations in our society today.

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