We all face distractions—social media, food, TV—that derail progress toward our goals and a better life. These distractions, while not inherently bad, often overshadow what truly matters. Every decision carries an opportunity cost. Check out this article for tips on eliminating distractions, like deleting apps and planning ahead.

It’s Time to Declare War on Your Distractions (Here’s How) - Craig Groeschel

So often, our most important choices in life aren’t between good and bad but between good and best.

A major example of this is social media. The average person spends about 17 hours a week scrolling and tapping. That will amount to more than seven years of your life.