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Digital Detox

Digital Detox

If you’re constantly checking social media, you may be unfairly comparing yourself to others.

A digital detox is when you unplug and get off social media and email for some time—say, 10 days. You can do it from home or even on vacation if you’re a remote worker.

After coming back from a digital detox, you might notice you compare yourself to others less and feel happier.

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