Internet addiction is becoming more and more of a problem these days. I have often found myself on Mashable, Lifehacker, youtube and Facebook during the hours I had allocated to work on my project. Not long ago I took a challenge regarding smart phone addiction. I found that since I stopped the use of smartphones, I was on the non-productive spectrum of the internet quite a lot. Just about a month ago, I decided to block these sites on my office computer and personal laptop.
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I own an iPhone 4S and for the past month or so it has become apparent to me that the phone is taking over my life. It is a constant distraction as I compulsively check for messages and e-mails. I have been contemplating going cold turkey and giving my phone up. I have had my suspicions that I may be addicted to this mini computer in my pocket. It makes it difficult to stay on task and live in the moment, something I’ve learned over time matters most. I am in the habit of checking for emails every 30 minutes or so. When I finish work, I often find myself staring into the phone screen playing the game Clash of Clans unsure how long it has had my attention.
Ever since coming to Australia and working with Australian websites primarily, I noticed a lot of stock photos around.I have always hated stock photos immensely and have stayed away from them as much as possible but clearly,