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Digital Minimalism: How to Manage Technology to Reclaim Your Life

Digital Minimalism: How to Manage Technology to Reclaim Your Life by Vinayak Garg. Photograph of coiled up power chord by Dennis Brekke.
Photograph by Dennis Brekke

Reducing our digital footprint combined with a nurturing morning routine can help you reclaim your power, purpose and joy in daily life.

Information is no longer a scarce resource — attention is.

Clive Thompson

Our lives today are more digital-centric than ever. In addition to being surrounded by gadgets, we rely heavily upon technology for mundane tasks, such as fact checking or finding directions. While this shift has certainly contributed to convenience in our lives, over-dependence on technology can take its toll on the human mind — and soul. 

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