We Spend More Time on Our Phones When We’re on Vacation Than at the Beach

We’re rapidly approaching the point where we’re going to need vacations away from our PHONES more than our jobs.

A new survey found the average person spends more time on their phone when they’re on vacation than they do on the beach.  We’ll use our phone for three hours a day on a trip . . . and lie on the beach for two-and-a-half hours.

The survey also found 50% of people immediately upload their vacation pictures onto social media to show off . . . and 28% do it to make their friends jealous. 

(PR Newswire)



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