Rens van der Vorst works as a technophilosopher for Fontys University, he is the author of Appen is het Nieuwe Roken (Smartphones are the New Smoking).
A place where we share our thoughts and stories written by some great authors we collaborate with, together with news from Mudita.
Intellectual growth is in reverse. And it’s not a comment to the social or political situation or to the conditions of media, but a scientific fact.
Like many other millennial females from Los Angeles, I am very self-aware that I spend too much time on my phone. What happened during my 24 hours without it?
Learn to unplug from the online world so you can reconnect with the world right here, right now. This blogpost was written by the authors of Minimalism Life.
We are happy to inform you that our debut product campaign on Kickstarter was a success, exceeding our initial goal by 262%, thanks to more than 1,000 backers!
We want to thank all of you that follow and support Mudita. It shows us that our mission is shared by many people all over the world.
Personal experiences of the founder of Mudita had a major impact on the decision of establishing it. We asked Michal to tell his story in a short documentary.
You know the drill, hardwired to email and Slack, always ready to solve whatever comes next, either from within the team or outside of the companies.
It’s hard to predict how the education system and workforce will look in the next ten years. All this uncertainty may be worrisome to a parent.
In June, the Mudita team attended an insightful talk by Dr. Anastasia Dedyukhina, dedicated to understanding how the internet is changing our brain.
The idea of digital minimalism is not to reduce how much time you spend online, but rather to focus on what really matters, and ignore all the rest.
By taking a digital detox and limiting your choices to offline pursuits, you might find yourself engaging in activities you’ve missed.
The word 'Mudita' comes from Pali, an ancient Indian language, and doesn’t have a direct translation into English.
In order to live happily in a digital era we should learn how to find deeper focus, build authentic relationships and use technology in a responsible way.
A generation of smartphone natives, children often have unrestricted access to the internet, they experience both the countless benefits and the dangers.