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Digital detox tips: simply switch off and be offline

Honestly, what would a dying person say? What a waste of time! Is humanity allowing its real life to be stolen? Is it defencelessly at the mercy of programmers in the battle for every second and every click? "Digital detox" is the name of the counter-movement. Many people want to go back to analog, at least more often. Talk to people, perceive their surroundings with their senses. There are digital detox vacations, i.e. vacations without smartphones - but afterwards, many people carry on as before. If you want to reduce digital use in everyday life, you have to tackle a bigger problem: Changing habits!

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Overcome spring fatigue with 5 simple tips

The flowers are starting to bloom, the clocks have changed to summer time, the days are getting longer, but you just can't get going. Many of us are familiar with that sluggish feeling of springtime fatigue, when our body and mind are drained of energy even though we would like to hit the ground running. Give your health a new lease of life this year.

Relaxed and balanced into the new year

Relaxed - How to implement good intentions in the long term

New year, new happiness - everyone knows them - the good resolutions at the turn of the year. Whether it's to lose a few kilos, improve your fitness, take more time to relax or generally be happier. Almost all of us take the turn of the year as an opportunity to reflect and make resolutions to improve in the new year. Like every year, we start a diet or a new activity in January with full motivation, only to have stopped again by March at the latest.