Digital well-being is about creating awareness by limiting the compulsive use of technologies that create anxiety, stress, and mood swings; and instead, focusing on the balanced, beneficial uses of these technologies to connect us with the right people, and to foster more meaningful offline experiences in real life — like having a deep conversation, spending more quality time with our children, or even attempting to bake sourdough bread. I work with individuals, families, and groups to develop a minimalist approach to personal technology usage that creates more space for meaningful experiences and self-reflection. Let me help create a coaching strategy that works best for you.
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