I lost my cell phone…

It was two days before our vacation and I was so excited to get away from work. On my lunch break, I ran to the bathroom to make a call and on the way out, I left my cell phone by the sink. It was a brand new iPhone and I worked at a busy university. The halls were filled with students, faculty and staff. 

By the time I realized I had left the phone in the bathroom, it was gone. 

 

Phone Obsession 

Losing the phone was strange. I was devastated! I lost all my contacts, my photos and the feeling that I had no way of being contacted or reaching anyone else, left me feeling naked. 

Little did I know – losing my cell phone would be the biggest blessing in disguise! 

You see, I had become a little too social media obsessed. I was: 

– Checking my phone every 20 minutes 

– Scrolling through Facebook feeds all the time

– Constantly taking pictures instead of being in the moment

– Comparing myself to others, feeling not good enough

– Feeling addicted to my phone and wishing I could get away.

So when I lost my phone, I decided to head off to my Florida vacation without my phone. I took no pictures, I didn’t check in on Facebook, I just…lived! 

It taught me how to be mindful, present and enjoy the moment. 

I want to teach you how to have a better relationship with social media. 

 

Join me for My Next Masterclass 

Will you join me for my next MASTERCLASS with Maritza Diaz from Little Giant Life? 

Wednesday, January 31 

at 8:00pm EST 

Online and around the world

Cost: $22

Sign up here>> www.eventbrite.com/e/social-media-overload-finding-peace-in-a-digital-world-tickets-41954142971

Transform your life in 2018 and start taking charge of your social media interactions. Realize that you get to choose – with intention – how you use digital media and you can have a healthy relationship with social media! 

In this MASTERCLASS, learn real, hands on tools to start being more mindful, present and free in your day to day life and use social media without feeling burned out. 

I hope to see you then. 

Namaste, 🙏

Suki