Mastering the Always-On Lifestyle

  1. All dinners are to be enjoyed with cellphones turned off – including yours.
  2. The family eats at least one meal – preferably dinner – together every day.
  3. For every update of a social media site such as Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, commit to some type of equal and opposite contact with a real live person in your life.
  4. Replace connecting with nurturing – this is how the human spirit is raised and how we feel fulfilled in our relationships.  It’s not how many contacts we make, it’s how authentic they are.
  5. Do not reject technology – use it as the great tool of our generation – but do not immerse yourself into a digital lifestyle at the expense of in person contact.
  6. When you are in the presence of another person, give them 100% of your attention.

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