Social Media Offers New Moms Information and Connection, But it May Come at a Price
The board chairperson of Postpartum Support International offers mothers and moms-to-be tips for safely navigating the online world.
Reimagining Friendship from a Pandemic Perspective
What communication habits might we continue after quarantine?
An Intentional Home: Why Design Matters for Our Tech Habits
The relationship between our living spaces and our screen time
Overcoming Daily Distraction—without a Digital Detox
A new book empowers readers to reclaim control of their attention.
Do You Need a Social Media Detox?: 3 Qs to Ask and What You Can Do About It
The fight against digital overwhelm starts with asking the right questions.
Yes, Social Media Is a Highlight Reel—and That’s Okay
A defense of the social media filter on society
What I Learned from Gen Z about Taming Social Media Use
Don't underestimate the generation that grew up with smartphones.
These Apps Are a Better Use of Your Time Than Social Media
If you can’t beat it, replace it.
Women Are Opening Up About Cervical Mucus on Instagram and It’s Awesome
Though many still beg to differ
Smartphone Freedom: Rejecting the Demand For Instant Responses
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should
Taming Tech: Practical and Productive Swaps to Make Tech Work for You (Not Against You)
Productivity over consumption
Investigation Reveals How Screen Time Affects Kids, and Other News from the Week
Catch up on all the news you might have missed with our handy summary of the week’s top stories.
This Controversial French Law Could Give Us Better Insight on How to Avoid Burnout
Should we have the right to disconnect from work outside of normal working hours? The French certainly think so.