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Tiny Bites 23: Put Your Phone Down

March 15, 2018
Episode 23: Put Your Phone Down | Tiny Ambitions

In this week’s episode of Tiny Bites, I wanted to talk about a practical tool I’ve been using to help simplify my technological life (aka help me put my phone down). Plus, I’m sharing two listener call-ins! 

Press play below to listen to this week’s episode. **If you’re playing this in a mobile browser, you may need to press Pause/Play in between each segment. If you’re looking for an easier alternative, you can subscribe to my podcast using one of the links above!**

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Have you tried a high tech solution to help you create some boundaries between yourself and your technology? How did it go?

  • Lisa | Simple Life Experiment March 19, 2018 at 1:17 am

    What a great episode, Britt! It was great to hear those call-ins. Your listeners are very sweet!! Really enjoyed hearing about your experience with Flipd too. It sounds like it’s working really well for you, without the annoying feature of cutting absolutely everything off. I’ve never tried a high-tech solution as such, but my strategy when it comes to my phone is to have hardly any apps on it and to turn off all notifications except for email. It means that most of the time, I forget it’s actually there!! I can think of a few people in my life who might benefit from trying out Flipd!!

  • Margaret March 15, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Couldn’t hear anything at about 1/4 in. I don’t know if it’s my problem over here.

    • Britt March 15, 2018 at 7:57 pm

      Hi Margaret, I’ve listened to the episode and it sounds fine on my end. There are often playback issues if you’re using a mobile broswer, but that’s a universal experience of audio. I would recommend accessing the podcast using one of the links at the top of the post if you continue to have issues with it. Thanks for letting me know and thanks for trying to listen!

    Hey! I'm Britt. I write about living a tiny, simple, intentional life. Because life doesn't need to be lived big.

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