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Freedom 6h
While there is nothing inherently addictive about smartphones themselves, the true drivers of our attachments to these devices are the hyper-social environments they provide. Why are our phones so hard to ignore?
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Freedom 23h
By working with and changing your core beliefs, you can put them to work for you to become happier, healthier, and more successful in all areas of your life.
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Freedom Aug 7
Life is not just a series of tasks to complete. It’s something to be enjoyed and savored. Instead of asking, “Did I do enough?” we need to ask, “Did I do something valuable?”
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Freedom Aug 7
That’s the essence of emotional resilience: the ability to experience something stressful without letting it destroy your resolve, sense of purpose, or hopes for the future. It’s more than just keeping calm and carrying on.
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Angela the Librarian Aug 6
7 Actionable Tips for Consistently Focused Writing | Freedom Matters
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Freedom Aug 7
The fatigue we’re feeling from the weight of the pandemic is an invitation to slow down and reset. For the moment, try surrendering the shoulds, need tos, and must dos and embrace the realm of self-compassion.
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Freedom Aug 7
What if we really did, though? 🔌
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Freedom Aug 6
Don't, don't break the spell. It would be different, and you know it will. You, you make loving fun, And I don't have to tell you, but you're the only one.
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Freedom Aug 6
Productivity isn’t what it used to be. Life is not just a series of tasks to complete. It’s something to be enjoyed and savored. Instead of asking, “Did I do enough?” we need to ask, “Did I do something valuable?”
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Freedom Aug 6
By working with and changing your core beliefs, you can put them to work for you to become happier, healthier, and more successful in all areas of your life.
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Freedom Aug 6
is a project by examining how images can affect mental health. The experiment demonstrates how ubiquitous retouched images have become & suggests that social media presences are creating unrealistic expectations about appearance.
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Freedom Aug 6
"This isn’t the abundance of time & space we originally believed – Most of us are holding more than we’ve ever had before.” What hope is there for fighting as social distancing drags on? First, understand the reasons.
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Freedom Aug 6
Fighting a full-scale cultural battle alone is impossible, but you can practice ethical resistance. Close some of your tabs. Shut off your notifications. Don’t answer an email for a couple of days. Stop trying to be maximally productive.
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Freedom Aug 5
Gaming addict in the family? Taking a different approach to the way we think of gaming & treating it like any other hobby is the key to peace of mind for all. If we don’t embrace it we might lose connection with the people that we love the most.
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Freedom Aug 5
Video conferencing has been our lifeline during the pandemic. It has allowed us to keep working, connect with friends & see our families. So why are so many of us starting to dread our next Zoom call?
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Freedom Aug 5
Algorithms are well-suited to many kinds of problems, but they have important limits. We must stop thinking like algorithms and start thinking like humans.
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Freedom Aug 5
“We often get advice to reflect, and we often give the advice to reflect. But what is reflection?” 4 design principles for a calmer, more productive life from :
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Freedom Aug 5
We should all be asking the bigger question, which is whether our technology serves us, or we are a servant to it, and how tech will affect our health and well-being in the future.
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Freedom Aug 5
Your brain can’t focus on the task at hand or connect with others if it’s preoccupied with worry. You can take concrete steps to break the habit of worrying by calming the brain’s fear circuit & consciously engaging your thinking brain.
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Freedom Aug 5
Life is not just a series of tasks to complete. It’s something to be enjoyed and savored. Instead of asking, “Did I do enough?” we need to ask, “Did I do something valuable?”
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