Anyone with a smartphone is familiar with the feeling of having somehow, as if by accident, lost a precious hour to their device. But thinking ill of that behavior only induces guilt and shame and makes the problem worse. “It creates a moral hierarchy that some actions are good, and some are bad,” says author Nir Eyal. “We have to realize that anything we want to do with our time is fine as long as we do it on our schedule.”
Catherine Sally McCallisterhttp://www.thedispensary.com.sg
Catherine Sally McCallister is a 25-year-old semi-professional sports person who enjoys going to the movies, binge-watching boxed sets and helping old ladies across the road. She is exciting and giving, but can also be very calculative and a bit stingy in praising people.
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