Here’s a fact that may surprise you:
The average high school student today experiences the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient of the 1950s.
Take a moment to let that sink in: teenagers who are now considered normal would have been referred for specialist treatment in the 1950s.
When was the last time you worked with pen and paper away from a computer screen and with your mobile phone and iPad in another room?
I often do my best work and learning when I’m away from screens and working with pen, paper and my books.
This is what I call […]
Do you feel in control of technology? Or is technology in control of you?
If you’ve ever had the experience where 5 minutes online turned into several hours, it’s probably a sign that you’re not in control.
And why should we bother to be more disciplined about our screen time?
Well for starters, e-obesity is on the rise. As Daniel Seiberg states in his book “The digital diet: The 4-step plan to break […]
What do you do when you get stuck in a rut?
When you are not sure how to progress forward with a project it’s easy to procrastinate or even worse give up in frustration.
The automatic habit for many of us is to go on Facebook and get screen sucked: aimlessly surfing the Internet to distract ourselves from the problem.
But armed with […]