Image Source: fareastgizmos.com I am an iphone addict.   It sits on my nightstand at night, I listen to it when I exercise, drive with it, plug it into my computer at work, use it for work, listen to podcasts, keep in touch with friends, and play with it in the evening.   I think it is […]
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I am an iphone addict.  

It sits on my nightstand at night, I listen to it when I exercise, drive with it, plug it into my computer at work, use it for work, listen to podcasts, keep in touch with friends, and play with it in the evening.   I think it is safe to say that it is within 15 feet of me 80% of the time.

Those are not my words above.  They ‘re the opening of a blog post by David Fish at his Life ‘s Work site. David is an attorney who runs a small law firm, and also an iPhone addict who is trying to reform and ease back on his iPhone obsession.   

It ‘s a good post “ and I know I definitely recognize some of the (bad) iPhone-related habits that David mentions.  I even find recently that my wife has also fallen into some of them “ like frequent checking of email, IM, texts, breaking news, and more when we ‘re out for a meal.

I ‘m glad to see that Davis is taking some baby steps to get past his iPhone addiction.

Check out David ‘s post here and let us know what you think, and how much you can see yourself in it:

http://www.lifeswork.biz/2010/08/i-lost-my-iphone-and-found-freedom-for.html

I ‘m thinking we might even start a little series on this if a few of you have stories you ‘d like to share.  Hit us up on our Contact Page with your iPhone addict stories.  Start them off with ‘My name is ____ and I ‘m an iPhone Addict ‘.  If we get some good entries we ‘ll be sure to share them. 

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