These days people’s entire lives are on their phones. From their credit card and health information, to your favorite games and social media apps. When I walk to class in the morning, I typically see 95 percent of people walking on their cell phones (I’m guilty of this as well). We zone out of conversations to check our phones, and struggle to stay focused on work because Instagram is way more interesting. It’s become so bad that phone addiction is a real diagnosis, and you can actually go for treatment. These little devices have seemingly taken over our lives. As much as you want to deny it and may not admit it, we’re all guilty of some of these things.