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/ March 2020

9 Positive Alternatives to Staring at Your Phone

Close the apps, put the phone away and swap in these activities that will get you up and moving.

Did you know the average person spends more than 90 minutes a day on their phone? And that’s just the average; some studies put that number closer to five hours a day.
 
There has even been smartphone technology developed that will tell you exactly how long you are spending on your phone, and will send you a notification once you’ve been staring at your screen for too long. 
 
Once you know how much time you’re spending on these devices, it’s easy to think of more productive things that can be done in that amount of time. Whether it’s going for quick run, taking the time to really stretch or even picking up a new hobby, here are nine activities that will get you moving, and get you off the apps.
 
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/ March 2020