The game is calm and very pretty. I felt it was a little slow compared to other games but upon reflection felt that it was purpose built to be as such. The slower pace of the game gave my nervous system more of a chance to relax while also being able to be immersed in the game. I tend to find that the more immersive games tend to have a sense of urgency or danger which can be a little stressful when trying to use gaming as a way to relax. Once I had settled in to playing Sky I found it to be a peaceful and very sweet game
According to Fairphone, the Fairphone 4 does everything like every other phone, except ruining the planet – I decided to put that to the test.
I am very aware that this could appear to be an advert so I’d like to start off by saying that this is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Fairphone. I am simply an enthusiastic customer!
In this day and age, digital technologies are becoming more and more prevalent in our lives. From smartphones to laptops to digital assistants, we’re constantly surrounded by the latest and greatest advances in technology.
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…
New report on sleep and some tips from us too.
Making knowledge fun and easy to access? Here is an example!
Bath Digital VIRTUAL festival starts today. Since it is happening online and we can all access it for a small ticket fee, I would like to highlight the sessions I really like. Here are my top choices.
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.