How to ease into a healthful and sustainable digital detox

Try these four techniques to make a dedicated effort toward less screen time this year.

It’s no secret that the pandemic has accelerated our already ultra-digital culture. Daily online content consumption has more than doubled globally, according to the marketing and advertising source World Advertising Research Center, as COVID-19 restrictions shift our work and social interactions to take place over the internet. It’s become more difficult than ever to separate ourselves from constant digital stimulation—from our laptops to our smartphones and TVs, we are always jumping from one screen to the next.

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