This Quote Will Change The Way You View Life With Your Phone

Let this quote remind you of how precious life is and how fast time flies, especially when you have children.
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It's quite simple. Embrace this one thought and you will transform the way you relate to your phone.

I'm all about helping you live in harmony with your gadgets, but every so often we all need a push, a symbolic shock, a wake-up call to recalibrate some aspect of life.

After offering a version of this quote to Lifehack, I realized that the quote is even more important than I first thought, so I decided it must be expanded and repeated.

So here it is. Please take a moment to think about how this quote relates to the life you've built, your digital habits and how precious time is to you.

When the end of life is reached, almost everyone regrets not spending enough time with family over the years. Just know that you're at high risk of missing out on countless chunks of time with the people you love just because you had to be on your phone.


Let this quote remind you of how precious life is and how fast time flies, especially when you have children.

Your happiness depends on how you manage your relationship with your phone.

For more of my quotes, which are meant to inspire you to live happier and healthier, please take a look these posts containing my original quotes on love, happiness and success.

You can find more unique and effective tips for living a healthier and happier life within your personal digital world on

Dr. Greg Kushnick, the Founder of Techealthiest, strives to offer readers the most actionable tips on the web for living powerfully. He is on a mission to teach the world the technology of health and happiness.

You'll also find amazing tips for living a healthy lifestyle with your personal technology in hand.

Dr. Greg is also a Manhattan psychologist with a large private practice.

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