Eliminate Distractions For A Better Life
Distraction can be a death sentence for many healthy and good things. Be aware that there are so many business models that are based solely on getting you habitually addicted to their product or service.
Just to name a few off the top of my head:
Social Media, Television, Computer Games, The Food Industry (processed food), and possibly Pharmaceuticals.
Once you come to terms with what you sacrifice for these things it's much easier to say no to them. What do you think that you are you giving up for the habitual use of these things?
The mindless usage of such things keep us from the creative use of our brain, from getting work done, connecting with our spouse and children, fun memories with friends, getting exercise, and time in God's word.
Set limits or a timer when you use things like Social Media. This will help to not to get sucked into that black hole just to look up an hour or more later. I have a dear friend who won't open any social media if her family is in the same room. Take the app off your main screen, turn off the notifications, and limit your use to a certain hour a day.
Instead of staying up late surfing the internet, read a story or devotional to your child. And PLEASE, please go to bed at the same time as your spouse and save energy for him--
it is vital for your relationship.
Schedule your workouts, make meal plans, and have quality time with your valuable relationships. You will begin to start reaping the amazing rewards today.
You won't regret the investments you make into your life, health, and family. Better make it count 'cause you can't get it back.
The tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy. Habitual diversion of the mind to purely imaginative activity or entertainment as an escape from reality or routine.
"Today I have given you the choice between life and death, between blessings and curses." Deuteronomy 30:19
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