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Mindful : December 2018
Time to get off your phone? Research gathered from Greater Good Science Ctr. at UC Berkeley, Ctr. for Healthy Minds at U of Wisconsin–Madison, Ctr. for Mindfulness at UMass Medical School, and American Mindfulness Research Association. To get happy, connect Your loved ones may be the key to happiness. German researchers asked more than 1,000 people to identify ways they thought they could be happier. Then the scientists followed up a year later to see whose lives had actually improved. Turns out the only people who got happier were those who’d planned to spend more time with friends and family—and followed through on their intentions. Focusing on individual goals like quit- ting smoking didn’t lead to greater happiness. Are the days of mindless scrolling coming to an end? With concern growing around “phone addiction,” Facebook and Instagram have rolled out new time-control features, allowing users to monitor how long they use the apps and set custom reminders to stop for the day. Instagram Product Director Ameet Ranadive says users should feel like “they can be mindful and inten- tional about how they’re spending their time” on social media. Psychologists say these tools will help some users, but others may need a bigger intervention to curb their unhealthy Insta-habits. 14 mindful December 2018 what’s new PHOTOGRAPHBYRAWPIXEL.COM