Do something about digital wellbeing

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Here’s one great advice for making better (and less) choices:

  1. “We could spend the rest of our lives researching an ever-increasing number of choices and searching for perfect, but to what end? We have better things to do. So grab an index card, write down, “It’s good enough,” and put it in your pocket. Then, the next time you’re tempted to research yet another option, pull out the card and remind yourself that doing good enough will usually beat searching for, but never finding, perfection.”

Carl Richards, New York Times

The Trap of Too Many Choices

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