Why Our Screens Make Us Less Happy

Why Our Screens Make Us Less Happy

In 2007, 32% of discretionary time in the US was spent on a screen. Today that number is 90%. As our time on device has skyrocketed since the invention of the smartphone something else has been happening. Our overall satisfaction with our device time has gone down....
A conversation on Technology Addiction:

A conversation on Technology Addiction:

When you wake up in the morning what is it you do first? Brush your teeth? Shower? Eat Breakfast? If you’re like most Americans your first activity isn’t quite as glamorous. It’s turning off your phone alarm. What happens next is up to you. Or is it? By framing your...
Better Sleep Leads to Better Student Performance

Better Sleep Leads to Better Student Performance

With so many students getting on their devices in the middle of the night, or using their phone right before going to bed, driving high quality, uninterrupted sleep is key for being a BetterYou. When you think about your students, you should know that sleep duration...