Every now and then, we like to interview real people doing cool things to develop healthier relationships with technology. Like Andy Pearson. An ultra marathon runner, who holds the current course record at both the Antelope Canyon 50 and the Grand Canyon 100.
Thinking about starting a low tech diet? Sometimes we just need a little kick in the butt to get moving on our goals. Or better yet, eleven kicks. In fact, if you live in LA, you can start this weekend. Here’s a list of ten amazing spots to get off the grid within driving distance of Los Angeles. What’s stopping you?
If a little neuroscience tickles your fancy, welcome to our nerd dungeon. Did you know the average adult checks their phones every six and a half minutes? And almost 50% of British adults admit to feeling hooked on their phones? Most people admit that stepping away from the devices now and then is healthy and necessary. So why can’t we just put them down? Here are a few reasons our brains may not be prepared for all the tech we throw their way.
Let’s face it. No one can take a Hush vacation every day. But we think developing healthy habits with technology is not only a good idea for everyday life, but it’s also a great way to prepare for and optimize a digital detox before you go. So here are a couple tools that can help you take mini digital sabbaticals throughout the working week, no matter where you are...