Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Xfinity. Thoughts and opinions are 100% our own.
We are literally always connected. To our phones, computer, tablets, TVs, and more. Wherever we turn, there’s some option available to connect to millions of other people with a few taps or clicks. Sometimes, it’s hard to get away for a moment and feel like you can relax. We are constantly in go-go-go mode. Hence, we don’t remember to disconnect.
Fear of Missing Out.
It’s why we always crave the desire to be in GO mode. We don’t want to miss anything at any given moment. The truth is though, that we need to be able to find a place of solace, even if we are still connected. For my kids, I need them to disconnect because constantly being on screen time isn’t healthy for them. I want them to love being outside and independently playing, more than they desire to be on electronics.
We were recently able to do just that when we attended a Phillies baseball games with Xfinity.
We took a few minutes before the game to learn about some of their new services and how it can fit in with your favorite games (or everyday life).
With Xfinity TV you can record or even watch the game on the go in case you have to work late or are stuck in traffic. You can also record the favorite reality show that you may be missing while you are away (don’t worry, I won’t tell anyone which show is you favorite).
With Xfinity Mobile, you can now stay connected with Xfinity apps and stay up to date on games and more. When using this you can save data by connecting to hotspots, thus keeping more money in your pocket.
With Xfinity Home you can make sure that you door is locked when you are already at the park and wondering if you tween really did lock it like they say they did (Okay, don’t blame them, you forget to lock the door).
And best of all, when you really want to disconnect and make the whole family have a bonding experience, with Xfinity’s new Xfi program, you can easily shut off everyone’s devices while at the game.
The kid’s may not be happy, but hey, it’s bonding time!