Sensei Article Featured in San Bernardino Bulletin
October 7, 2021
“Lawyers Addicted to Technology: Cutting the Cord” by Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek was featured in the September 2021 San Bernardino Bulletin.
Not exactly a new subject, is it? And yet the pandemic has brought a new focus to technology addiction as way too many lawyers worked longer hours at home than they ever did at the office, their overtired, burning eyes fixed on their monitors.
As the pandemic receded and lawyers ventured out, we heard a regular theme about technology – “I can’t let go.” Finally, a chance to take a vacation emerged in the summer of 2021 and we proved to be pretty terrible at relaxing sans technology.
Technology Itself Gives You Tools to Cut the Cord
Your phone is your worst nemesis because you can’t stop “checking in”, right? Put on “Do Not Disturb” (DND) and let your cares fly away. Of course, to do that, you need to let any critical folks at work know – and for the sake of those trying to reach you by email, make sure your “away” message is on. You also have the option to program DND exceptions to allow a specific caller which may be critical if you have elderly parents, grown children who may need you, etc.
Read the entire article here. (page 13)