Low Information Diet

When I was a kid, my dad read the newspaper every single morning. He wanted to be up to date with what was going on in the world. These days, actual paper newspapers are nearly obsolete, but news and information is everywhere you turn.

Google, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, text messages, RSS feeds, magazines, billboards, television, radio … aaaagh! If you seriously try to pay attention to it all, it’s enough to make your head spin and drive you insane. That’s why I recommend following a low information diet.

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