And, “how we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” Add an offline activity to the start of your day for better days.
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 paradox of choice explains how having many options to choose from can cause people stress and problematize decision-making.
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.
Opt-out. Re-design your lifestyle. Brag about the 7-9 hours of sleep you get each night. Go for a walk. Nurture your hobby(ies).
A brief summary of the book, Digital Minimalism, what I found the most useful, and my own journey towards digital minimalism.
There is so much negativity online. There’s also so much positivity. We have the option to engage with the online space in a lighthearted way. Laugh or log off.
Cultivate high-quality alternatives to digital distractions and avoid depending on low-effort digital junk for entertainment and to pass the time.
Going analog doesn’t need to be a drastic change. It is a simpler approach to unplugging to enjoy the benefits of the offline world.
Every year, millions of people make New Year’s resolutions hoping to spark positive change in their lives. Reading is one of the most popular resolutions for many people, including myself. And, for very good reasons. Reading is an excellent hobby with many benefits. It puts our brain to work. It involves several brain functions, includingContinue reading “Read a book instead”