I can only tell you what the research is finding and what I saw happening to me and so many of my clients when email became
Companies are incentivizing their employees to sign-off for their health. Erica Keswin of OPR Consulting explains the growing
Researchers recently coined a term for this urge to immediately respond to emails and engage in obsessive thoughts about
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.
"There are 60 hours between that 6 p.m. Friday beer and that 6 a.m. Monday alarm clock," "168 Hours" author Laura Vanderkam
Although the validity of Internet addiction as a legitimate mental health condition hasn't always been agreed upon, it's
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.