Technology is so pervasive in our lives we rarely stop to analyze our relationship with it.
If the various devices, platforms, and apps we use are equally helpful AND a headache, that's just the price of living in the modern age, right?
One of the goals of the digital wellness movement is to encourage people to put their relationship with technology on the same footing as their relationship with food, exercise, money, the environment, the people they love, etc.
Rarely in any of those relationships is everything dysfunctional. There are always things that are working and things that need work.
It's important to make time and space to think about the later if you want to evolve, grow, and flourish as a person.
That includes periodically assessing your relationship with technology and making adjustments to mitigate any negative effects it's causing in your life.
If you've never really thought about your relationship with technology, take a few minutes to give the following questions some thought...
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Next, defining "technology" however you like, (whether that's your phone, gaming, streaming video, social networking, podcasts, etc.) make a list of your most "problematic" tech.
Using any or all of the assessments below, measure just how problematic that tech actually is.
Don’t get too hung up on your final scores or establishing if you actually have any sort of tech addiction. The goal here is simply to identify problem areas.
....it's probably harming you as much (or more than) it is helping and deserves some attention.
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