Follow @tinycarebot if you have an unhealthy Twitter addiction

Follow @tinycarebot if you have an unhealthy Twitter addiction. Image: mashable composite / twitter / tinycarebot LONDON — In the digital age, it can be truly difficult to disconnect from social media. Whether for work or play, frequent engagement with the online sphere has become a near necessity to navigate the modern world. And sometimes, that necessity can turn into a harmful habit that causes us to neglect our own self-care. Turns out, there's a bot for that. Twitter citizen @jonnysun recognized these unhealthy tendencies in himself, and so created a bot that sends gentle nudges like "please remember to look up from your screen" and "breathe deeply please." hi everyone, i made a quick bot for myself with tiny actionable self-care reminders bc i've been obsessively on twitter lately: @tinycarebot — jomny sun (@jonnysun) November 13, 2016 And it appears that much of the twitterverse could use the polite reminders, because @tinycarebot already has 20.7K followers on Twitter. Here's a sample of some of the pleasant prompts sent by the bot:

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LONDON — In the digital age, it can be truly difficult to disconnect from social media.
Whether for work or play, frequent engagement with the online sphere has become a near necessity to navigate the modern world.
And sometimes, that necessity can turn into a harmful habit that causes us to neglect our own self-care.
Turns out, there’s a bot for that.
Twitter citizen @jonnysun recognized these unhealthy tendencies in himself,…

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