Digital Minimalism #2: Single Use Devices

Consider, for a minute, all the daily-use tools that your smartphone has replaced: alarm clocks, digital cameras, music players, game consoles, wrist watches, even pocket notebooks among other things. Heck, in the absence of more powerful devices, most of us can work and study on our phones quite well too. The all-powerful smartphone has replaced…

How to make schedules (and stick to them)

Whether you want to start new habits or live a more organised life, scheduling is an excellent tool for productivity. When I have a schedule, I find myself slacking off less and getting the job done. Scheduling helps ease your willpower. When you have to think what to do every time, you are more likely…

How to kill bad habits (and create good ones)

A lot of us are plagued by bad habits but we just don’t know how to break them. Research points out that it is not possible to completely eliminate a bad habit, however it is possible to replace it with another one. If you have been plagued by gaming/porn/gambling/smoking/drinking or procrastination and negative thinking, you’ve…