2021

07/06 - In praise of taking tiny digital breaks

06/29 - Apps to tame digital addiction

06/22 - Spotify and the paradox of choice

06/15 - Four radical digital detox ideas

06/01 - Create space between you and your smartphone

05/24 - Value your attention

05/18 - Look up!

05/11 - Turning my iPhone into a dumb phone

05/04 - Demonizing the tool(s) is scapegoating

04/27 - Self-medicating with art: A guide

04/20 - The opposite of addiction is connection

04/13 - From a smartphone to a flip phone

04/06 - Why I deleted my LinkedIn account

03/30 - Is texting culture giving us anxiety?

03/15 - A digital minimalist’s approach to social media management

03/09 - How to fill our days

03/02 — Digital minimalism: A philosophy of technology use

02/16 — Laugh, or log off

02/09 — Online dating for those who hate online dating

02/02 — Cultivating high-quality leisure

01/26 — Going analog in a digital world

01/19 — Addiction by design: how technology keeps us hooked

01/12 — Attention merchants: Harvesters of human attention

01/05 — A short introduction to the attention economy

2020

12/29 — Read a book instead

12/22 — On taking a digital break

12/15 — Radical digital declutter to minimize digital overwhelm

12/08 — Is digital declutter for you?

12/01 — A radical digital declutter journey

11/11 — Be informed, avoid media hysteria

11/05 — Extreme world views often only exist online, and what to *actually* think of Donald Trump

10/28 — Five tips for reducing inbox clutter

10/06 — Three practical tips to read over 20 books a year

09/22 — The attention economy: How and why big data is hijacking our mind

09/11 — Demons hate fresh air