Thank you so much for this question!
When it comes to mem I strive for a conscious relationship with my phone. What I mean here is being in conscious control of when and how I use it.
My main general rule of thumb means that if it’s the “me” or “relax” time - there is no phone allowed. It basically means that I almost don’t use a phone in the evenings and on weekends.
My friends and family know that on weekends I’m hard to catch I often leave my phone at home and go for a trip to the woods etc. I never take my phone when I go on dates with my husband. In the evenings I leave my phone in the hallway.
A few days ago I came back from my holidays, during which my and my husband were very strict about our phones: holidays are a time for us. We won’t share our attention. So mostly we were leaving the phone in our hotel room (locked in a safe deposit), or, when we needed our phones to serve us as a camera, we were taking it, but only using it in the Airplane mode. It was a very liberating experience and we will repeat it for sure!
Other stuff that I practice is a no-phone-bedroom and no evening/morning scrolling.
These are my main rules, I hope that you’ll find it inspiring!
It’s a great topic, maybe we’ll use it as a blogpost