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According to the 2011 Longitudinal Study of Australian Children run by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, even back then children aged four and five spent around 2.2 hours each weekday glued to a screen, while 12- and 13-year olds clocked up 3.3 hours of screen-time per weekday. These figures climbed on weekends and often ate into time spent reading, exercising and conversing with family members in general. In the years since, experts estimate that our screen-time per day has increased.So, if you fancy regaining some of these hours lost in virtual worlds and re-entering real time (or RL, as it’s commonly now known), these 10 tips can help.