Good morning 🙋🏻♂️. It's app review time. I believe this is the first app review in 2019. The last one I did was in October 2018. Ever since I didn't find any other useful app until now.
So this app is called "Digital Wellbing". It's a default feature on the @googlepixel phones like the Screen time feature on iPhones. Also if you're using any other Android you can download this app from Play store. Swipe to see some of the basic features of this app. It's pretty much self explanatory. Along with showing the screen time, it also gives you option to see timer for specific app.
Recently I shared a story about the screen time of my Instagram accounts. That is a feature of the Instagram app. But I got to know that a lot of you guys don't have this update yet. So in that case, this app can be useful and you can monitor all the apps along with your Instagram.
While the main religion in Indonesia is Islam, Bali hosts an 85% Hindu population. As Hindus, we personally loved their version of Hinduism and the lifestyle choices of the locals here. Our cab drivers, villa owners / managers, domestic help, and all locals we met depicted a sense of contentment. One that most of us from around the world, would do anything to achieve. The wealth in the family determines the size of the temple in their home. The richer the family, the bigger the temple and we noticed some massive ones (2nd pic) was a temple in some really rich person's home. They make it a point to light incense sticks, keep a fruit / edible offering with flowers in the temple (without an idol).They are men and women of limited means yet so content with what they make and what they have, no aspirations of globetrotting, living in a mansion made of Swarovski crystals or driving a Lamborghini. They want to marry at 25, have two or three kids by the time they're 30, educate the kids, eat well, live peacefully, maybe not have a corrupt country, kiss their loved ones goodnight and hope to wake up to them the next morning. What was of particular interest to my husband and I, is the marriage law in Bali. If a family is wealthy, and the man has lets say one offspring (a girl), the man she marries, must carry her last name and move in with her family and carry on her family legacy. Let's say, the family has 3 daughters, the first one brings the man home, to carry on the family legacy and the other two are free to marry and move out to their husband's homes. Sweet isn't it?! Read this story & more on my Bali Bucket List! Link in Bio
"We love to take responsibility for success and happiness. But, taking responsibility for our problems is far more important, because that's where the real learning comes from. That's where the real-life improvement comes from. To simply blame others is only to hurt yourself." Now, when the trip is at its end, I feel so much better and light at heart. Yes, I was dealing with some emotional turmoils. I felt as if somewhere I am losing myself. Unable to love myself much, I was cribbing over little things. Mostly, unable to deal with adulting.
Being the carefree, wandering soul is so much easy. But, when reality hits you hard, you realise that taking responsibility is also very much important in life. Taking responsibility of you and your loved one's happiness, the responsibility of your career, your money, your life. Basically everything!