Good tips! I would recommend to start small and go from there. What I did in the beginning was set some limits for social media apps and review how much time I spent using them every week and gradually lower those limits. I can totally live with 20 minutes as daily limit for Facebook for example.
It was a really boring keynote. And all this stuff feels very rushed and not finished, like TV+ is coming in November, iOS 13 in over 1 week, MacOS Catalina in October and so on. All this doesn’t look very polished and refined.
You can save your money and also hassle by switching to DistroKid. I wrote about them here if you want to compare: https://medium.com/adrian-kwiatkowski/what-is-the-best-music-distributor-cf0ba5bf938d.
Except for that new music album is never as much of a distraction as social media, I agree with your article. Listening to podcasts and audiobooks when commuting works for me well and I can recommend it too :)
Setting up a PiHole or using something like NextDNS on your router would help with blocking tracking, telemetry and so on. Won’t help with the attacks but it’s a good idea privacy-wise.
I like Medium. You can find tons of interesting stuff there. I’ve always felt that subscribing to just one website is a bit weird, so being a member here and never getting ads, having many different sources to choose from and supporting writers is cool. I also really like the simple design (which many blogs and news websites often lack). I have a…