Fight the Suck.
The average daily amount of screen time we engage in is staggering. Everywhere you look, you can find someone staring at a screen. Toddlers on tablets to neglected seniors in front of the TV and no one left out in between, all sucked into a digital black hole. What’s astonishing is, most of us don’t recognize that we may have cause to be concerned about our behavior.
Exploring and monitoring screen time for 30 days to track time and the whys and hows of its use is a checkup for our wellbeing, much like the preventative care we give our teeth and body.
Fight the Suck. Planournal.
You already know why you slip into a food coma after eating fast food, or why a sugar crash happens after sneaking fistfuls of Halloween candy. But, do you know why you feel so good during a screen time binge and afterwards—not so much? At Binge Battle we explore the concept of achieving a mental state of flow versus slipping into junk flow and why we all need to know the difference.