Episode 41: Smarter Smartphone Use

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The Internet has changed how we learn, shop, and entertain ourselves. But it’s easy to forget that, not so long ago, that meant sitting at a computer. Smartphones turned the Internet and connected technology into a constant companion — and there are definite pros and cons to that constant companion. In Episode 41, Christine and Asha share 10 tips for how to smartly use smartphones to help edit your life, not turn into something that needs to be edited.

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