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Digital Diet

8 Ways To Create More Time In 2015

Joanne Tombrakos | Posted 03.14.2015 | Women
Joanne Tombrakos

The first thing to do is accept the fact that time is not something you "find." This is not a search and rescue mission. The time is there and in equal proportion for all of us. It's what we choose to do with our allotments.

Katy Hall

How To Make A Digital Detox Actually Stick

HuffingtonPost.com | Katy Hall | Posted 11.02.2014 | Healthy Living

Imagine a weekend, a week or even a month without your iPhone, computer or any other devices. Chances are you’re not going to work, at least not in ...

It's Your Choice: The Antidote For Being Too Busy

Natalie MacNeil | Posted 09.13.2014 | Women
Natalie MacNeil

The next time someone asks how you're doing, my hope is that you'll be able to smile and tell them how much you're really enjoying having some free time on your hands. It's a beautiful thing!

My Favorite Diet (One That Will Help Your Business)

Natalie MacNeil | Posted 06.07.2014 | Women
Natalie MacNeil

I know this all might sound a little extreme, but a digital diet will increase your energy, amp up your creativity and help you center on what matters most. So, get to it! Just resist the urge to tweet about it.

How to Control Your Kid's Smartphone Addiction

Michael Gilin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Michael Gilin

We indeed live in a super technological era, but it doesn't mean that kids should grow completely digitized.

WATCH: Lori Leibovich Discusses 'Digital Diet' On TODAY

Huff TV | Posted 02.01.2013 | Parents
Huff TV

Lori Leibovich appeared on NBC's The Today Show to discuss her "digital diet." The HuffPost Executive Lifestyle Editor noticed that she was using gad...

Why I Went On An Digital Diet

Lori Leibovich | Posted 12.24.2012 | Parents
Lori Leibovich

This summer, before embarking on a weeklong vacation to Maine, I gave my children an order: "If you see me doing anything on my iPhone besides taking pictures, take it away from me."

Technology and Gadgets Weighing You Down? It May Be Time for a Digital Diet

Jeana Lee Tahnk | Posted 08.26.2011 | Technology
Jeana Lee Tahnk

A recent study found 72% of people identify bad mobile-phone behavior as a pet peeve, but only 18% admit they are guilty. We laud technology for its ability for instant communication, but over-usage and over-dependence have the opposite effect.