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How to declutter your digital belongings

How to declutter your digital belongings

This should not be a gradual process. Instead, a rapid transformation is a better process of digital decluttering. Here is the step-by-step process of decluttering provided by Cal Newport:

Put aside 30 days to take a break from technologies that are not essential.

Use these 30 days to learn new skills, activities and behaviors that you find meaningful.

At the end of the break, you can start reintroducing technologies by starting with your blank slate.

For each technology you reintroduce, you must determine the value it serves in your life and how you will maximize this value.

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Master solitude

Master solitude

Cal Newport explains that technology reduces the time you spend alone with your thoughts. Avoiding others’ minds intruding on your own is crucial for effective solitude. Solitude also requires you to move past reacting to information created by other people. Instead, you must focus on your own t...

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Practices to adopt

Practices to adopt

  1. Leave your phone at home
  2. Take long walks
  3. Write letters to yourself
  4. Reclaim your conversations
  5. Consolidate texting (always keep your phone on do not disturb and allocate certain times of day for texting)
  6. Reclaim leisure

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How to reclaim enjoyment without technology

How to reclaim enjoyment without technology

Seek activities that require real-world social interactions – Cal Newport describes the interaction between the internet and leisure as a renaissance. Every individual has more leisure options at their disposal than ever before. The internet can be a positive thing if used to find genuine social ...

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What to do during your digital detox

What to do during your digital detox

Do not view this period as a detox and nothing else. Instead, use this time to learn about yourself and your relationship with technology. Use it as a period to improve your relationship with the digital world.

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How to declutter your digital life

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  1. Put aside a 30-day period during which you will take a break from optional technologies in your life.Β 
  2. Β During this 30-day break, explore and rediscover activities and behaviours that you find satisfying and meaningful.
  3. At the end of the break, reintroduce optional technologi...

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  • Set aside a 30-day period during which you will take a break from optional technologies in your life.Β Work email is not optional. Twitter probably is.
  • During this break, explore and rediscover activities and behaviors you find satisfying and meaningful.

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