I don’t know if I’ve ever been a person who searches his cell phone for things to do. I always had a book in my bag. In some ways, it has become the place I go when I want to get a quick, mindless jolt of happiness or get a quick jolt of information or just to check the weather to see if it’s going to rain.
I have searched my phone for things to do. I have gone to the bathroom. I have found my phone. I have gone to look at photos of my dog. I have looked up a contact Ive never heard of on Facebook. I have watched a video from the last movie Ive ever seen. I have looked up the number of a friend who i dont know. I have looked up a friend who I dont know.
Some people use their phones to find people. Some people use them to look up directions. Some people use them to look up things on the internet. Some people use them to look up the name of a person they dont even know. Most people use phones, and most people have no idea why they even have their phones.
Well, I’m sure someone will come along and say it, but the truth is that our cell phone use is largely a passing phenomenon. Even when people aren’t using their phones for anything, they still use them for texting and email, so they’re not even aware of what they’re doing. A survey I did at the beginning of the year found that most people don’t even know they have a phone.
If you dont use a phone, what are you using it for? Mostly texting and emailing. The fact is that you may not be aware of it, but your cellphone is definitely your phone. And just because you dont know the person, does not mean they dont exist.
I guess I’m just glad I have a cell phone. Not that it would be much of a life changer, I think my kids would have used it more. But I still cant tell you how many times I’ve been caught texting while driving and have had to pay a fine. The thing is, I’m not in a hurry to give up my cell phone just because it can be used for texting and email.
The reason I don’t use it is that I don’t care about my children’s education and I don’t care about my security system. I only care about what they want and I want it to be. Now I know they dont want to be on the wrong end of the road anymore. If they want to keep my cell phone, they need to get it back. I have a phone that I use every day.
A phone that I use every day? In general I don’t think I would use it as much as I do a laptop and I have a few android tablets. And I do use my phone for a few things like calling my kids and my wife, if I have to. But I also use my phone for a lot of other things that I dont need it for. For instance, I’ve had to use my phone to call my dentist.
You’ve gone from having a cell phone to being a phone-free person. I’m not one of those people who has to constantly keep the phone on me 24/7. But I do use the phone a lot. And I also find it distracting. And it’s hard to get into the habit.
While I understand that not having a cell phone means you can’t carry a phone in your pocket and that you have less access to it, it doesn’t always feel like a good idea. It seems like the more you use your phone, and the less you use it, the more you get used to not having it. And while that’s hard to avoid, it can be done, especially with a cell phone that has an app like Word.