In an age when exciting new technologies are around every corner, and our lives feel busier than ever, digital devices promise the path to organization, productivity and connectivity. The problem is that we often become so entrenched and addicted to technology that we come to depend on it for our happiness, only to end up feeling isolated and drained.
Work emails demand our attention and focus. Social media implicitly suggests we’ll be cool and happy if we stay connected. Texting promises a simple method of communication. But all of them limit our ability to focus on the things that really matter: Life and human connection.
But your digital devices don’t have to zap you of your happiness any longer. Hack your way to happiness by taking these 5 simple steps to breaking your daily tech addiction.