Hi, it's Matt, and I'm here to talk to you about time management.
If you take time to do this important thing, you can get time to do other things, the things you want to do.
Take my homework for example
"Adults in the United States devoted about 10 hours and 39 minutes each day to consuming media during the first quarter of this year." This quote, from CNN, shows that people are just spending too much time on their phones, and not enough doing physical activity, or doing things that need to be done.
See? he is able to do this because he got what he needed to do done!
“About 81% of adults in the United States have smartphones.” (CNN). It's okay to have a phone, great, actually, but if you're spending all of your time on it, it might not be so great after all. "Do interruptions make us dumber? Quite a bit, according to new research by Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab." (New York Times). While these interruptions are certainly not helping us, I think it might have to do with using our phones too much, and as a result, we anticipate something from our phones. doing this interrupts us, and we don't get what we need to done. this can lead to us becoming dumber because we aren't paying the attention we should to our education. Well, that leads us to the end.