M.Sc - Applied Psychology, Advanced diploma in counselling psychology
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**hello lybrate-user, first of all I would like the appreciate your thought that you want to do some thing to avoid laptop and mobile.
**thus, what I mean that you have already taken the first step by deciding that you want to do something, so that you can have a balanced life between laptop - mobile one one side and your priorities like studies on the other side.
** atleat the level of awareness that you have will take you long way.
** firstly, you don't have to completely avoid them. But rather divide your time according to your priorities. If your priority is studies then make a timetable as to how and when and how much time will you give to your studies. Then in breaks you can still operate on mobile and laptop.
** try not to completely be off them as then the craving will be more.
** see that you don't starve your self from studies and other activities as well.
** think of physical activities (swimming, racket games, cycling gym etc,) that you can do so that you r fit at the same time.
** if you want, you can learn to play any musicical instrument, as it's a great way to concentrate and focus in your life.
** all the best for your new improvised lifestyle.
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