Tips For Living A Hands Free Life – When was the last time you spent an entire day without touching anything with your hands? If you can’t recall, it’s probably because it never happened. In today’s high-tech world, our hands are constantly occupied with smartphones, tablets, computers and other devices. It seems like we’re constantly taking pictures or updating social media sites, watching videos or checking emails and text messages on our phones.
Ways to get hands-free help at home
When you’re caring for a new baby, especially if it’s your first, you probably feel as though you need two hands for everything. It’s normal to want to touch and hold your newborn, but that isn’t always practical. Luckily, there are lots of ways to get help without having to ask. You can also get additional support from friends and family—including your partner!—for tasks like laundry or cooking by offering them services in return. But keep in mind that if you want things done your way (and done well), then do it yourself. They say it takes a village to raise a child, but no one wants an interruption every two minutes while they feed their baby or change their diaper!
How to get hands-free help with running errands
If you can’t get your spouse or kids to do it, sometimes your car will come to your rescue. That is, if you use hands-free devices. Use a wireless headset when you drive and/or let them borrow your phone while they run their errands. You don’t need to carry all of life’s weight alone! If you’re embarrassed by that green and black pumpkin-shaped ear thingy, just explain that it keeps you from getting hit with a huge cell phone bill for making calls in a shopping mall or parking lot (yes, we all have stories about people driving around trying to find places with good reception for their mobile phones).
How to get hands-free help with your child
Staying on top of every little detail of your child’s life is all but impossible. From doctor appointments to feeding time, there are countless details that you can’t be in charge of each and every day. But, living a hands-free lifestyle isn’t easy. If you’re looking for tips on how to reduce your child’s (and your) stress levels by getting some help from family members or outside sources, you’ve come to the right place!
Ways to deal with public attention
Since people spend so much time in public, especially those who go to crowded places like restaurants or clubs, a way to deal with unwanted attention is to avoid places that increase your chances of being noticed. However, if you really want to go out and socialize, there are ways you can do it hands-free. One option is wearing a pair of wireless headphones, which will help you focus on what’s going on around you without having to worry about holding your phone up to your ear. Another option is using an app called EyeContact, which lets users set their own boundaries for how close they’ll allow someone else to get before sending them an alert.
Learn how to find hands-free balance in your life
As technology keeps improving, our lives have become increasingly hands-free. Whether it’s checking email on your phone, making a business call or simply listening to music while running errands, chances are you do a lot of things without putting down your phone. Of course, it’s good to be more efficient with your time and use every moment productively—but there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. If you can’t put down your phone when you should be focusing on important things like driving or enjoying time with friends and family, it could actually be getting in the way of living a balanced life.