A new month, like the new year, brings about new possibilities and opportunities to commit to a habit change.
What’s hoarding toilet papers got to do a fatal flu virus outbreak? Good ol’ media.
The year is 2020. A flu virus, the deadliest in history, by the name of coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected and wiped out 99.9 percent of the world population.
At the same time, aliens decide to pay our planet a visit. At arrival, they find the streets strangely quiet, shops, restaurants, cafes, and stores shut down. As they make their way from one house to the next, the aliens discover bodies after bodies. What’s more strange is the piles of items, labeled toilet paper, they discover in every house. Continue reading “Be informed, stay sane: Digital wellness in the era of COVID-19”
Have you ever read something online, be it a Facebook post or a blog post, that made you feel extremely irritated and annoyed? Continue reading “Extreme world views often only exist online, and what to *actually* think of Donald Trump”
This post is for anyone who is considering quitting social media, curious about deleting their social media accounts, and/or is just intrigued about what life is like without social media in the 21st century.
Roughly two and a half years ago, sometime in June 2017, I deleted my last standing social media account, Twitter. Continue reading “Lessons from two and a half years without social media”
Reading more is one of the most popular new year’s resolutions, and rightfully so. The benefits of reading are countless and impressive.
The year before, I did the same challenge and read 21 books. Continue reading “How I read 37 books in 2019”