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A Digital Detox Won’t Work Unless You Ask Yourself This Question

Breaking free from your phone addiction starts with a simple thought experiment

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TThere’s an app called Mute, which lets you set up challenges with your friends to see who can stay off their phone the longest. Another one called Moment offers “device addiction coaching” to help you pick up your phone less…

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Alexandra Hearth

Alexandra Hearth

“I must be a mermaid… I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living.” | @lexonthedecks | Founder — cleopatrasworldwide.com | Host - Hot Girls Pod

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