We live in a tech-centric world.
Every day, we rely on countless screens to get things done, from our smartphones to our desktop computers and tablets. While there’s nothing wrong with making life more convenient through the right tech, we’re quickly progressing towards a dangerous phenomenon.
Our phones are starting to own us, rather than us owning them.
According to the research, smartphone usage has doubled in the last five years, and the average person spends at least 3 hours per day on their mobile.
It’s time to reduce the dependence that we have on our screens.
We all need to embrace the age of digital minimalism.
Defining Digital Minimalism