I wake up and pull my phone off its charger and go through my morning routine of reading Hacker News, Nytimes, Facebook, occasionally playing a bit of Chess.com. I head into work and stand on my treadmill desk in front of my laptop and external monitor working all day. In the evening, I go home and read on my Kindle or play on my phone or occasionally watch a movie. I even check my emails at stoplights sometimes.
I spend 95% of my waking life staring at a screen. Even if I didn’t work, I would still spend that time in front of a screen. Screen time is an addiction that seems to have captured everyone I know. I’m not even sure that’s a bad thing. It just is.