The Fundamentals is a seven-session guided meditation led by Stephanie Netter in which she guides us in paving the groundwork to reflect and relax.
Push notifications help in staying on top of what is happening with the things we care about, but too many of them can be troublesome.
For many of us, part of our routine is getting a daily dose of news in the morning. Going to work without checking in on the rest of the world may make our day feel ...
Social media is meant to connect us, build our networks, and enhance our social life, right? It may be designed to, but in reality, it’s cutting out real-life human interaction.
The best way to maintain a healthy tech/life balance is to control digital addiction, nurture your digital health, and incorporate healthy lifestyle habits.
It is hard not to empathize those who vent frustrations on social media. Social media has become an integral part of our life to the point that we sometimes forget what’s appropriate to share.
Social media can be a positive vehicle of connection with new people and a source of entertainment. Unfortunately there is a darker side to it that is plaguing the mental health of Millennials.
Some people look at their mobile devices for several hours. This causes digital eye strain because mobile screens emit blue light.
In a world where addiction is usually associated with substances, we now find that smartphones are seen as the new devil.
Get connected with yourself. Be mindful of what’s going on in the physical world around you. Engage all your senses and be grateful for the fact that you are still breathing and living right now.