This past July, I challenged myself to put all my devices away at 8pm every night for 31 days. During the challenge, I committed to finish reading the Book of Negroes, over 400-pages of pure literary genius, develop healthy sleep habits, and cultivate new offline hobbies. I am happy to report that I finished theContinue reading “Four lessons from a 31-day challenge to put my devices away at 8pm”
If we used our phones more like a hammer, would our life be a lot better? At least, according to the musical genius himself, yes. Look at your phone as a tool, not an obligation. Would you walk around with a hammer in your pocket? You would pick up a hammer when you needed it.Continue reading “How to use your smartphone like a hammer”
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I had a very busy weekend traveling to Toronto, socializing hardcore and having a grand time. Unfortunately, that meant I didn’t have time to follow my blogging schedule and post an article yesterday. Luckily, I stumbled upon a wonderful article today and thought I would share it here. It is a list of How toContinue reading “45 tips for using your iPhone as a tool, and not a distraction device”
A digital break can be extremely helpful for people who feel like they are always on their digital devices being constantly bombarded with notifications, or feel that they are hopelessly addicted to their black screens. If you are part of the 1%, you can take yourself on the unpluggedweekend retreat that promises you a breakContinue reading “In praise of taking digital breaks”