Starting Your Day on the Internet Is Damaging Your Brain

Srinivas Rao
Sep 18, 2017 · 7 min read
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Don’t use your devices in the morning

Smartphones distract us whether they are on, off, in our pockets, or on a table, and they command our attention even when they are not our own. The best solution for preventing smartphone distraction is to remove it from the picture altogether — Steve Magness

Set aside 20 minutes to meditate

Read books, Not the Internet

Do 1 hour of Deep Work


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