Thanks to advancements in technology, the time we have spend on our screens over the past decade has increased quite a lot. On average, a person will spend over seven hours every day looking at a screen.
Depending on your demographic, it’s not shocking that reducing screen time is right up there with eating healthier and getting exercise. Because we’re seeing more jobs that require a significant amount of time in front of a screen, it’s important to realize that reducing that screen time isn’t about compromising your work.
Implementing fresh, healthy habits is a great idea, and now’s a great time to doing it, since it’s the beginning a new year.
We know how challenging it can be to resist checking in on work, since you always have a device on you at all times. To help, the team from Giraffe Social created a listing of recommendations to help you map out a more healthy approach to digital consumption.
Their tips include:
- Schedule time away
- Set daily limits
- Charge elsewhere
- Limit notifications