One Simple Change Improved All of My Relationships

I’ve never seen my coworker Allen use a phone. I know he has one; I’ve called and texted him, and he asked my opinion on the iPhone 6 versus the Plus.

But those are my only clues to its existence, because Allen has a strict no-phones-around-others policy.

That means he will not touch his phone, under any conditions, unless he’s alone.

When Allen first revealed his boycott, I thought he was crazy. I check my phone all the time, whether I’m with other people or not — out of necessity. How else am I supposed to stay on top of a constant flood of emails, social media updates, texts, and calls?


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