If you’ve been following the #keepyoureyeson hashtag, then you know that many people are still keeping their eyes on their smartphones.
Whether they’re doing it to stay safe from the sun, or simply because they’re curious, many people have been following that trend.
But how do you stay safe while still keeping your eyes peeled for a few seconds?
In this episode of The Stay Human podcast, we take a look at what you can do to keep an eye on your phone, whether you’re trying to be a bit more creative, or just looking for a fun distraction.
Keep your eyes open for a little while: The Stay Homework Websites that are helping us keep our eyes open and stay focused: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Eye Institute has an excellent guide to keeping your eye on the screen that explains how to keep it locked while you’re watching.
We recommend that you start by getting a copy of this guide and then read it again.
You can also get a copy at the NIH website.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) has this guide to staying focused on your eyes.
They also have a great video to help you stay focused, too.
Here’s the AAO’s website.
For a little more info on how to stay focused while watching TV, check out the AAOM’s video below.
Keep it on track: If you want to keep track of your social media and email activity, you can use the Google Docs app.
To track your progress, just head to the bottom of your Google account page and click “Get Started”.
The Google Doc has a great way to keep tabs on your activity, as well as a little information about your health.
Make sure to sign in with your Google Account credentials so that you don’t have to re-enter it every time you open it.
Once you have the Google account, you’ll have to go to the settings menu to change it, so make sure you click the “Settings” tab on the top left of your screen.
From there, you need to add a new section called “Activity”.
Under the “Activity” section, you should see “Keep track of my daily and weekly activity”.
Click that, and then choose the “Keep Track of my Activity” option.
Keep a note of your progress.
Here, you will have to set the “Daily Activity” to your current number of hours in the past 30 days.
For example, if you want your daily activity to be 2, you’d set it to 3.
If you’d like to record your progress over the past year, you might want to set it at 3.
Once all the steps have been taken, click “Save” to save your changes and go back to your Google Doc.
Once that’s done, you won’t have any additional reminders for the next 30 days, so you can keep your eye peeled for those reminders.
The next time you see an app or website that wants to keep you busy, just remember to check to make sure it’s still on track for your health, and keep checking back for updates on your health and your social network.
Follow the guidelines below to keep a close eye on things while you stay on track with your health: Keep track of the times when you’re most likely to see someone else’s face (in the morning or afternoon): If you’re at home, the times you typically get to see your friends or family are: When you wake up in the morning, from about 9:30am to 1:30pm (the time you wake for breakfast and lunch)