How many times do you think you glance at your phone each day?
Research claims that the average American checks their phone between 80 and 150 times a day. Wow. Pause for a minute and let the weight of that fall on you.
If someone asked us what we were doing – what we were accomplishing – in those glances, we’d probably be able to give a pretty clear answer. Just today, I used my phone to read my Bible, use email and texts to communicate for several important purposes, connect and share life with friends and family through social media, create a meal plan, add to my grocery list, cue up a music playlist, learn from a video, and the list goes on.
But what if we were asked what we missed in those 80+ glances? How often do I consider what I’m looking away from?