Close your eyes and think about when you woke up this morning.
Was it to an alarm? A crying baby? Your spouse snoring? The coffee grinding? The sounds of nature?Next, think about what you did in the first two minutes.Did you grab your phone?
Some of you say, “Of course, I grabbed my phone. My alarm is on my phone. I had to grab it.” I know because I’ve said it.
Last Friday night, my husband and I drove about an hour outside of Columbus to stay in the Hocking Hills. This may shock you, but our little cabin had no cell phone or internet service. When we woke up on Saturday morning, the sound of the wind in the trees and the many different birdsongs were what caught our attention, not what we both saw on our phones. When we ventured over to the main house, we could connect to the property Wi-Fi and “BAM. Notifications galore.” We’ve got a family group text, and on Saturday morning, there were over 100 text messages in just that group.