email addiction

I couldn't wait to see if there was anything exciting or unexpected for me. Most days, admittedly, there weren't. But, occasionally
Companies are incentivizing their employees to sign-off for their health. Erica Keswin of OPR Consulting explains the growing
The researchers asked 300 workers to report how often they responded to email on workdays, as well as weekends, vacation
When I'm checking my phone or emailing on my computer, I know I'm not at my best as a mom. I kind of hear the kids' voices clamoring for my attention as I focus on the task at hand (or at fingertip), but not really. I know I tell them to "hold on," and I don't always say it so nicely.
"The company brought in a president above me who was really charismatic and dynamic," Hendrix said to the Times. "One day
Psychologist Dr. Kimberly Young has spent the past 18 years treating thousands of Americans who suffer from the very real
Email triggers a part of the brain that I call "lottery brain." It is the part of the brain that produces the thought/hope/belief that miracles can happen.
I realized how easy it's becoming to get sucked into your technology of choice! Even as I was doing this that day, I felt kind of crazy, but out of boredom -- or the thrill of connection -- I engaged in it.
More than 60 percent of you said you spend less than two waking hours a day completely disconnected from email. Email has become our intravenous feeding tube.
One of the most significant lifestyle changes to happen over the last twenty years is screen time: time in front of a television, video game, computer, or mobile device.