Yes, this is technology’s time to shine and we are all extremely grateful for the digital connection available to us in this time of physical isolation. However, we need to keep in mind the addictive nature of technology, especially social media platforms, and balance our online connection time with plenty of tech-down-and-switched-off time. The news, the reviews, the social media feeds – these platforms are a constant source of information in this season, but we don’t need to engage with them all day. Check in perhaps once or twice a day, more so for any work requirements, but balance your engagement with plenty of real-life non-digital activity. You know, the books, recipes and musical instruments we talk about on social media – now’s the time for rich and real experiences to become more than just a status update.