Tiny digital breaks are breaks from time spent online throughout the day where you usually reach for your device for a quick scroll or to check email.
The solution to minimizing my digital addiction has been using external control, namely apps and such, to spend less time online. Fight fire with fire.
The paradox of choice explains how having many options to choose from can cause people stress and problematize decision-making.
Once you experience the blissful offline world, it is hard to want to go back to spending way more time than one would like mindlessly browsing the internet.
Sometimes, all you need is a lil’ space.
If I told you your attention is worth billions dollars, would you believe me? Let’s value our attention as much as Facebook values it.
it is amazing what we can notice when we pay attention to our surroundings; the mundane becomes the most entrancing. Beauty is everywhere.
If you don’t want to give up our smartphone, but still want to spend less time on it, turn it into a tool, rather than an attention guzzling machine.
When we demonize our smartphones, we are using them as a scapegoat for the real issue: real life is complex, difficult and challenging, and we want to escape.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to get lost in the world of creativity and art whenever the need to mindlessly scroll arises? Ideas for self-medicating with art.