‘Professional organizers Susan Borax and Heather Knittel say digital clutter is another thing they encounter on top of people’s everyday residential clutter : “[Digital devices] serve multiple purposes like entertainment, work tools and a means to connect with friends and family. If too many hours are devoted to social media or surfing, then other important aspects of life may be suffering from neglect,” Borax says.’ HuffPost
Finding balance is key. Today, take time to explore the HuffPost article. There is a video to watch and a slide show with the 20 most irritating digital habits, with hyperlinked resources to help you understand and change them. This is a good activity to take time to reflect on letting go of the old and establishing new more skilful habits.
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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:
• #tds889 Are you aware of your most annoying digital habits? (Dec 5, 2017)
• #tds2550 Are you aware of your most annoying digital habits? (Jun 22, 2022)
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