I was actually surprised when I first saw the video, as my interpretation beforehand was thinking about the number of digital devices, or something like how many apps you have on your phone.
He raises some interesting points in this video. Although it turns out minimizing the time someone uses their devices for may not be for everyone, there are some tips which I think are very helpful in creating a better balance in your life.
For instance, I had actually cut all screentime in bed out prior to this video being uploaded in an attempt to fix my sleeping pattern (which was definitely not healthy). It didn't take long at all, but suddenly my sleeping pattern had fixed, and I was able to get more done in the day as a result!
Matt also mentions the idea of a social media 'detox', but I don't think that is necessary if you can control your usage throughout the day. I deleted the apps on my phone which meant I could only access them from the web, which I found to be a good balance overall.
Do you think a minimalist approach to digital media is important in your everyday life?