In 2007, Apple rolled out the iPhone 3 and the App Store, which marked the beginning of the mobile revolution. 15 years later, we are addicted to technology.
An average user spends 2 hours and 27 minutes per day on social media. 89% of college students have moderate or severe nomophobia (the fear of being detached from mobile phone contact).
How to put an end to this madness?
Digital minimalism is the answer.
Minimalism movement is about avoiding the unnecessary and concentrating on the things that matter. It helps one clear the clutter from life’s path and make room for its most valuable aspects. As a part of this movement, digital minimalism enables you to optimize your use of communication technologies and clear away low-value digital noise.
In the infographic below, you’ll find the definition and 5 key principles of digital minimalism, 28 tips to declutter your digital devices and tools, as well as 7 habits to help you embrace a digital minimalist mindset.
- Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World
- Digital Minimalism 101: How to become a digital minimalist
- Digital Minimalism: How to Simplify Your Online Life – Medium
- The 13-step digital declutter | Technology | The Guardian
- Reboot Your Life: How to declutter your computer – ABC News
- How to declutter your iPhone or Android device – USA Today
- An Overview of Internet Addiction – Verywell Mind