Moment app | did I cut down on screen time?

As promised, here’s the video I put together of my experience with the Moment app. If you didn’t see my last post, the Moment app is something you can use to track how much time you spend glued to your phone (and / or other devices).

Overall it was a helpful experience, although it didn’t have a huge impact on reducing my screen time. In one week alone I spent over 24 hours staring at a screen – 24 hours! That should disgust me, but in reality it doesn’t.

For a start, the app showed me that I only picked up my phone for around 5 minutes at a time, so it’s not as if I’m spending consecutive hours staring at Twitter.

I also used my phone for essential things such as replying to messages, and generally keeping in touch with loved ones.

Give the video a watch if you’re curious as to how the app works and how you can benefit from it!

Love and luck,

Clodagh X

(P.S. : I’m so sorry this is a day late, what with college and other responsibilities there are not enough hours in the day anymore!)

Author: The Electric Oracle

Hello! My name is Clodagh, and I run 'The Electric Oracle'. You can read a little more about me on - you guessed it - the 'about' section of my page.

2 thoughts on “Moment app | did I cut down on screen time?”

  1. Hello, I used to be glued to my phone in the literal sense. I even fell asleep with it tucked under my pillow.
    Then again… It was around a time when I was listening to meditation, and playing “Words With Friends” & “Yatzee” (Slightly addicted). Then one day it toned down, and I just stopped.
    I still listen to my meditation, but for the most part… I’m o my laptop now writing my buttocks off. LOL!!!

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