These days we are so addicted to our smartphones so that it’s even difficult to believe that a few years ago there were none. They have changed our lives so much. Today, we offer you to see what it meant to live without smartphones.

Nowadays, if we go for a walk, we stare into our phones. We don’t admire nature or look at the sky – aa smartphone has a lot to offer. Try not to take a phone out for a walk and spend some lovely family time together without staring into your gadgets.

Do you remember these good old times, when you read air freshener instruction while sitting on a toilet? Nowadays, we stare into our phones, texting and messaging. It can be even harmful to your health!

Even going out for a workout is not that simple anymore! Wireless headphones, a smartwatch, a few selfies for your Instagram. Otherwise, it doesn’t even count, does it?))))

Watch this video up to the end and remember that smartphones are really useful, they help us every day and make our lives easier. However, don’t overuse them!


0:48 – Jogging then vs. now
1:25 – Meeting people then vs. now
1:54 – Navigating then vs. now
6:34 – Hanging out with friends in 2019

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