A year ago, I ditched my smartphone for a dumbphone. It was liberating to free myself from many of the pressures that come with carrying a device that’s designed to be addictive. But after a year, I ultimately decided to switch back to a smartphone. Here are the reasons why and everything I learned throughout
You pay for a product, and wait eagerly by the letterbox. Day after day after day. Where is it? It’s no use strumming your fingers and glancing at the clock — your item never turns up. This could be an innocent problem. It could’ve got lost in the post. Or it might be a scam.