DisneyLand and Disney’s California Adventure are the two happiest places on Earth because of the happy faces it brings guests , which operates many fun rides and attractions.Walt Disney was the founder of DisneyLand when it opened on July 17, 1955. According to a book I read about the history of DisneyLand, before Disney passed away, he said,” keep changing” in-order to enhance the fun experience for its patrons. To this day, cast members and employees at DisneyLand continuously consider new ideas following Disney’s proposition. Since California Adventure first opened up, various changes have been made since 2010. Read More
Are you madly in love with your phone? Perhaps “addicted”? Living in a world with advancing technology is quite fascinating. However, we should utilize and take advantage of it in a healthy manner. Setting boundaries would help limit how often you use your phone. Sometimes, it tends to be so difficult to not check your phone, you’re naturally gravitated to check it. According to Business Insider, the average person touches their phone 2,617 times on a daily basis. Washington Post claims that about most teenagers with phones spend eight to twelve hours using their phone in a day. Crazy, right? A third or more of your day is strictly devoted to technology. Now, imagine using your phone for several hours consecutively, day after day; What could you be doing in place of spending hours on your phone? To initiate, majority of people use their phones for different purposes and some tend to spend more time on them than others often do. It’s acceptable to use our phones, however we must be cautious of how we use them and how much of our time is consumed on them. It’s important to be aware for the sake of your general health. In some cases it okay to use your phone more than the average person if it’s important under your circumstances. For example, in the article 9 Tips To Help End Your Addiction, Dana Mark explains how her phone plays a big role in her life as a form of communication between her sons and their extra curricular activities.
Here are 5 tips to help you break up with your phone: