Keeping a clear mind takes discipline and practice. And in the age of smartphones and constant distractions, mindfulness is more of a challenge than ever. So it makes sense that your phone might also offer a solution.
There are many reasons to learn a new language: the freedom to talk to locals while abroad, keeping your brain sharp, or become more competitive in the job market. With all of the technology today, becoming fluent in a language is easier.
Got an idea for an app rattling around in your head? Know someone who does? Are you looking to learn a valuable and marketable new skillset? If you answered yes to any of these, we’ve got a lesson bundle for you.
New year may mean a new you. But the same old stress and distractions are probably going to stick around. Of course, technology is responsible for a lot of that, but it might also be able to offer some help.
Life today is full of competing priorities and distractions. Work and personal emails, groceries and chores, personal projects and work obligations. Consequently, it can quickly get overwhelming trying to keep track of it all.
Smartphones have basically become a synonym for distraction. With so many people staring into their glowing rectangles, it’s hard to believe they could help someone become more present in the moment. Turns out it might actually be true.