Lock your phone up to get work done or maybe lock your phone up to get your mind off work. Regardless of your need we could probably all do with a little less phone time. Shared by mpark44 on Instructables. Thanks for sharing:
Our world has shifted where all ages of people are glued to their phones. Sometimes, it can be so distracting and leading people to procrastinate on the work they need to get done. The Anti-Procrastinator is a device that allows people to break off their human-phone interaction addiction. This can be used when working, doing homework, or online classes. Phones have become an important part of people’s lives and it’s hard to focus when they are always nearby. Therefore, in order to be productive without the distraction of the phone if you put your device in the Anti-Procrastinator, it will be locked away. It will also and will sense your movement if you are trying to take it out of the container and send a text to someone whom you have chosen and are accountable to.
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