I’d have never thought I could become a potential candidate for digital addiction.  Admittedly I’d been an early adopter of any tools that could help me manage my work and personal life more efficiently: think schedule, tasks, lists, contacts, files, music, photos etc., all aggregated in one place yet accessible from multiple synchronised devices.  But I had for a long time resisted embracing social media until I could no longer postpone setting a business page on Facebook.  And despite being quite attuned to the risks associated with spending too much time online, I realised how hard it was to resist temptation.  Fortunately, I quickly reacted and took some measures to help me disconnect so that I could reconnect with the meaningful in my life. I hope these measures can help you too. Here they are.