Here is my response to the Social Dilemma docudrama with useful links to more reviews, trusted people and digital wellbeing tips for people working with children and youth. Let me know what is missing…
People often ask me why I am so open about my emotions online, even as a coach and counsellor. Here is why – my vulnerability helps me heal.
Today I would like to look at a common assumption in our approach to digital wellbeing – the notion of separate reality online and offline.
The Digital Workplace has many definitions, but I like the one suggested by Jean-Michel Lambert because it is simple: “The digital workplace is a working environment, like your physical office or meeting room, but in a digital dimension.” Check out my notes from the Digital Workplace 2020 event.
Activists are often consumed by how others feel — and can forfeit their own safety and/or wellbeing in the process. Learning how to reset, re-energise and maintain good mental health is a basic need for an activist to truly be able to make a change, especially in a noisy online world where causes and movements vie for attention.
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.
Here are my few tips on using Strava to cultivate human connection in the times of pandemic
I am so grateful for inspiring people and for the opportunity to live in the digital age which allows them a unique voice.
Here is a quick look at the reactions of leading brands to Black Lives Matter on Instagram.
Join us in celebrations of the Digital Wellness Day this Friday, 1 May, at 7 PM GMT over on our Instagram account