Rule #3: Quit Social Media

Stuff accumulates in people’s lives, in part, because when faced with a specific act of elimination it’s easy to worry, “What if I need this one day?” and then use this worry as an excuse to keep the item in question sitting around.

Spending excessive time on the internet not only affects our work but also our relationships. By cutting down your internet time, you will be more productive at work, and your relationships will deepen and become more meaningful.

Instead of sending excessive time on the internet, spending more time on structured hobbies will lead you to a quality life as they have specific actions dedicated to quality goals. The most important thing you should learn is that our minds are capable of continuous hard activity. So don’t take up mindless hobbies.

Actions to take

Principles to follow