Oct 24, 2018
Welcome to episode 26 of ‘My Pocket
This time round, Richard and Pilar discuss some recent news
coverage about how we manage our ‘digital wellbeing’ and screen
time and discussions about the benefits of a shorter working
Do we really need a ‘mini phone’ to accompany our main phone?
Do we need to spend less time in front of screens? And should we
all be aiming for a four-day working week?
We turn a critical eye on these stories and consider the
importance of evidence as well as job design and cultural norms
when it comes to work-life boundaries and working
Our shared challenge for next time is to review the Screentime
function of your iPhone and share with us what kind of insight it’s
giving you. Categories only - we don’t need to know how much time
you’re spending on dating apps!
As ever, let us know what you think about the episode -
questions, comments and feedback about the challenge. You can send
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Resources covered this episode:
The great episode of 'Reasons to be cheerful' all about
working a four-day week: https://pca.st/0IN0