I spend 10 minutes max everyday morning on reddit. I use RedReader now after the API pricing change. Used to be on Relay Pro- Great app. Subreddits I subscribe to now are 1) /r/askscience, 2) /r/bestof, 3) /r/depthhub, 4) /r/gadgets, 5) /r/iama, 6) /r/technology, and 7) /y/youshouldknow. They have all declined in quality especially since the API pricing change, which is good for me now. But also sad for me because I'm a 15-year user and the links back then were sooo soooooo...FRESH and fascinating! :(
After reading reddit, I will spend 10 minutes to read world news on AP News android app. Mullvad VPN with its DNS blocker helps makes it a pleasant and quiter read by removing all the craps that get in the way of...reading news.
Then I read these newsletters:
Dense Discovery - In the beginning of my subscription, I came across many mind-shifting articles. I'm grateful for them. Lately though, it's becoming a triate and just another form of consumerism to me. I scroll through much faster now. I have to mention this article from another project by the author. It shifted my attitude and mindset over night.