That’s “hit” as in page views. I know, it’s not funny if I have to explain it.
As I write this, I’ve just read How Not to Fall Apart by Maggy van Eijk. It’s a fast-paced, accessible, yet confronting account of life as a twenty-something with anxiety and depression. There’s a lot in here that I (thankfully) can’t relate to, like physical self-harm, alcoholism, and abuse. But much of the book resonates with me, including the chapters on workplace stress, panic attacks, and the thing I want to talk about in this post: the digital world. Continue reading “Stop Hitting Yourself: Harmful digital behaviour and how to manage it”