How I Embrace Digital Minimalism, After 8 Years of Simplifying

In our “attention economy,” we need a plan for using tech tools –without them using us.

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Growing up, I got my first flip phone at 15 years old. My smartphone and laptop weren’t part of my life until after college. Since then, these two devices have opened up a world of possibilities to create…




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