So often, our interests centre on creative activity such as music, film, theatre and art. The talented people behind these arts, such as musicians, actors and comedians, have been hit hard by the pandemic. Here is how we can support them.
Check out Moshi Sleep, mindfulness app for children.
There are a few ways you can protect yourself from fake news and misinformation – here are few tips.
I am so grateful for inspiring people and for the opportunity to live in the digital age which allows them a unique voice.
Here are my few recent discoveries on accessing mindfulness support via various types of content online these days.
Mute everything, but YouTube, open the video on a large screen to face the people featured in it and take it all in.
I have noticed a fantastic small storytelling project on Twitter the other day so I wanted to mention it here for inspiration. Dan Barker over on Twitter had some time to kill while in London so he decided to challenge himself and take photos of all Tube stations featured on the Monopoly Board.
At the moment, in the midst of the Coronavirus-enforced lockdown, the sites and apps to support mental health and wellbeing are more relevant than ever. Here are five of the best…
Join us in celebrations of the Digital Wellness Day this Friday, 1 May, at 7 PM GMT over on our Instagram account
How can we use social media to reconnect with nature? Here are my few tips.