Even my teenage daughter who can’t stop looking at Instagram said that Stolp is a great idea and loves using it during family dinners.
Stolp became my ally in respecting my me-time. I'm doing a 30-day challenge where I put my phone away in Stolp for at least 1 hour. Now 3 weeks in, it amazes me how much "extra" time I have. The perfect excuse to de-connect in these very connected times
Switching to airplane mode never really worked for me since I ended picking up my phone anyway and after a while I forgot my good intention to go offline. Having my phone out of sight with Stolp and being reminded to put my phone away once I come home by seeing my Stolp next to the door, really does the trick for me.
Putting our phones in Stolp became our little family-time ritual. We’re able to enjoy dinner time again with our teenage daughters, without annoying pings at the table. And without my husband glancing at his phone in the middle of a conversation. Little surprised to say that not only I, but our entire family, loves it.
When I read "to gift to that one friend" on the website, I had a little "it's funny 'cause it's true"-moment. I gave one to my best friend and he really took the hint ;-)
A wonderful project to help you become indistractable. What a great way to hack back.
Stolp brings years of academic research into practice.
Perfect design tool to switch off and focus on the things that really matter.
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