Studies say that we check our phones an average of 50–200 times per day, and younger users (that is, elementary and secondary school students) even more often than that. The same goes for computers, laptops, and tablets. Can we even register all the networks and channels that people have to follow today? What happened to the times when we played Snake on our phones, and we rang and then hung up to “page” our friends?
A day in the office as every other. A lunch break is long past and 5 p.m. still far away. And a colleague next to the table can’t help himself with clicking his pen. Click, click, click. Are you thinking of a gun? Just do your thing!
Coffee. Your morning savior, a buddy who gets you going during your post-lunch fatigue, who will silently listen to your conversations with your friend and your work meetings. But do you really know it like you think you do? For example, did you know that...
Perhaps you get the feeling that your boss wants to kill you because… (add depending on the current problem). But it is the actual work that is threatening your life. Even the work you pretend to do! In Japan about 10,000 people have already become victims to death apparently from overwork.
Developers try to make their office buildings comply with the strictest of eco-criteria, adorn them with a variety of vegetation, and ensure their access to daylight and fresh air. But then an employee like you arrives and sabotages all their efforts for a healthy work environment! Is that employee literally you? What are your health-harming work habits?