Phone use isn’t smart
OUR national obsession with smartphones is getting out of hand.
The results of new research into our excessive mobile usage are damning. Almost half of us admit it’s affecting our relationships.
That’s not surprising – given that a third of Brits would rather spend time in bed with their phone than their partner.
That’s not right. Smartphones have changed our lives.
Having everything at our fingertips is a great thing.
But we need to get the balance right.
We’re turning into an army of internet addicts.
And we risk losing our connection with real life.
We must not let our phones drive wedges between our loved ones.
Or turn our children into screenobsessed zombies.
It’s time to put the phones down and shake off the digital daze.