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Schedule in advance the time you spend on low-quality leisure. That is, work out the specific time periods during which you’ll indulge in web surfing, social media checking, and entertainment streaming. When you get to these periods, anything goes. If you want to binge-watch Netflix while live-streaming yourself browsing Twitter: go for it. But outside these periods, stay offline.

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How To Stop Wasting Time On The Internet - Barking Up The Wrong Tree
e’re not going to be unrealistic here. But how do you manage that going forward? The calendar and the clock are your friends. From Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World : <span>Schedule in advance the time you spend on low-quality leisure. That is, work out the specific time periods during which you’ll indulge in web surfing, social media checking, and entertainment streaming. When you get to these periods, anything goes. If you want to binge-watch Netflix while live-streaming yourself browsing Twitter: go for it. But outside these periods, stay offline. (To get Cal’s tips on how to stop being lazy and get more done, click here .) Sounds good but the phone is always there tempting you. It buzzes and rings and calls to you, literally. Ho




And you want to respond to texts in batches. Designated periods of time where you respond to everything rather than an incessant back and forth that pretty much eliminates your ability to concentrate.

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How To Stop Wasting Time On The Internet - Barking Up The Wrong Tree
le when it will automatically turn on and off. And, yes, you can designate certain numbers and texts that always get through. Play with the settings until you find a balance that works for you. <span>And you want to respond to texts in batches. Designated periods of time where you respond to everything rather than an incessant back and forth that pretty much eliminates your ability to concentrate. And if you’re really feeling bold, try leaving your phone in the glove compartment of your car when you drive somewhere. You can go get it if you really need it, but you’ll be much more




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To allow an optional technology back into your life at the end of the digital declutter, it must:
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1) Serve something you deeply value (offering some benefit is not enough)
2) Be the best use technology to serve this value (if it’s not, replace it with something better)
3) Have a role in your life that is constrained with a standard operating procedure that specifies when and how you use it.


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How To Stop Wasting Time On The Internet - Barking Up The Wrong Tree
-saver than time-waster? You have a blank slate. What should be welcome back in your neo-Amish lifestyle? Cal offers 3 rules: From Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World : <span>To allow an optional technology back into your life at the end of the digital declutter, it must: 1) Serve something you deeply value (offering some benefit is not enough) 2) Be the best use technology to serve this value (if it’s not, replace it with something better) 3) Have a rol







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How to respond texts?
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You want to respond to texts in batches. Designated periods of time where you respond to everything rather than an incessant back and forth that pretty much eliminates your ability to concentrate.


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How To Stop Wasting Time On The Internet - Barking Up The Wrong Tree
le when it will automatically turn on and off. And, yes, you can designate certain numbers and texts that always get through. Play with the settings until you find a balance that works for you. <span>And you want to respond to texts in batches. Designated periods of time where you respond to everything rather than an incessant back and forth that pretty much eliminates your ability to concentrate. And if you’re really feeling bold, try leaving your phone in the glove compartment of your car when you drive somewhere. You can go get it if you really need it, but you’ll be much more