Take time to detox
Too much time is spent in front of the screens these days due to online classes and assignments. So take a break and spend time meditating or taking a walk in the neighbourhood. Also resolve to take regular breaks when you need to sit in front of the computer for the whole day.
Reduce use of paper
Do your bit for the environment and save printer paper by printing only what is absolutely necessary.
Appreciate what you have
Technology keeps developing rapidly. But you don't need to have it all. Be content and make full use of the technology at your disposal.
Keep in touch
While you can't meet friends and relatives physically, resolve to keep in touch with them through video calls and emails. Instant connectivity is one of the many boons of technology.
Stay fit and healthy
Don't compromise on your health. You can use technology to maintain your physical and mental health. There are many gadgets as well as apps available online that teach you exercises and meditation.
Like you clean up and organise your home, organise your desktop and email inbox as well. Delete unnecessary files and organise the existing ones into folders and tabs.
While social media has too much negativity going on, when you choose to interact with friends or acquaintances online, resolve to be polite, kinder and nicer.
Set privacy settings on all your social media accounts to maximum and install antivirus software. Protect yourself and your system from cybercrime.
Some people take time to adapt to changes in technology. Be patient and help them understand the gadget or software they are struggling to navigate.
Stand for what's right
You are lucky to have access to the Internet and other technology. Use it to voice your opinion for the right things and further important causes.
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