How do I learn to stop my addiction to the devices and the compulsion to stay connected online at all times, so that I can be more present to who I am, what path am I taking, what am I bringing about, what I am doing, where am I going?

Ethan Y.
Stop it.
Just do it.
You know you will feel better and thankful as soon as you have done so.
It is not supposed to be easy. There will be fallbacks. It gets harder. And then it gets easier.
Remember to cherish every step. And keep at it.
If there is a will. You will find a way.

Barbara C.
Maybe do a 1-3 day detox, with absolutely no technology— I had to do that while traveling recently and realized that I don’t need to be connected all the time, and that the world gets by fine without me. Also, removing apps that are designed to addict you, and using apps to remind you not to pick it up— like the “forest” app and automatic downtime set into your phone

June U.
Stop it.
Just do it.
You know you will feel better and thankful as soon as you have done so.
It is not supposed to be easy. There will be fallbacks. It gets harder. And then it gets easier.
Remember to cherish every step. And keep at it.
If there is a will. You will find a way.

Timothy C.
Stop it.
Just do it.
You know you will feel better and thankful as soon as you have done so.
It is not supposed to be easy. There will be fallbacks. It gets harder. And then it gets easier.
Remember to cherish every step. And keep at it.
If there is a will. You will find a way.

Nathaniel N.
Stop it.
Just do it.
You know you will feel better and thankful as soon as you have done so.
It is not supposed to be easy. There will be fallbacks. It gets harder. And then it gets easier.
Remember to cherish every step. And keep at it.
If there is a will. You will find a way.