Would you pay for social media? Many people would scoff at this question, as we are used to getting our digital products and services for free in the w…
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For the last several months, I’ve been on a news diet. Instead of constantly being bombarded with news on reddit, YouTube, and the Twitter Explore page…
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I have depressive episodes pretty frequently. When this happens, my internet use skyrockets. I’m filled with a vague anxiety I want to not think about …
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I’ve always been a creature of the internet. When I was in middle school, online forums and msn conversations were an outlet for my frustrations at sch…
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Self-awareness can really go a long way. Recently, while I was having a relaxing massage, I was overcome with the need to check my phone. There I was, …
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How do we define what technology contributes to our wellbeing and what detracts? For instance, if you value friendship, it might make sense to go on so…
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I’m pretty sure you’re busy with the holiday rush (including Madi who is taking a break this week), but I’d like to quickly share this article that sho…
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In the past, I’ve really beat myself up about how much time I spent on my phone. I realized later that I’m using these apps how they were designed to b…
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My digital detox is over, and I have unrestricted internet access again. I have gotten distracted on some time wasting sites, but only for a few minute…
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Have you ever gone somewhere and accidently forgotten your phone? How did that make you feel? Uneasy? If you want to transform your relationship with t…
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After setting up an app blocking application on my phone, it’s pretty much a “no fun allowed” wasteland. Regardless, I still check it often, halfway ex…
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I’m currently partaking in a digital detox, where I’m only using the internet to write Digitally Well. Though much easier than I thought it would be, I…
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