One most significant skill to learn for good digital wellbeing is managing transitions to and from online activities. Learning to negotiate our online and offline identities, connections and behaviours can be incredibly helpful but is frequently overlooked. I still see many articles about digital wellbeing and online safety assuming a clear cut line between the two worlds. That’s simply not the case.
Zoom Mindful Meetings Checklist can help you plan a meeting or decide if you need it in the first place
Joanne Harris posted a fantastic statement about failure the other day: Making mistakes is natural. But admitting a mistake, observing it, learning from it and moving on with the knowledge of how not to make it again and the intention to do better – that’s courage.— Joanne Harris (@Joannechocolat) August 8, 2021 In the therapy and coaching room, admitting failure is not obvious. I still meet professionals who believe that keeping …
According to the University of Derby course on the topic, nature connectedness (the feeling of being mentally, emotionally connected with nature) can improve our wellbeing. What this means is that at times when our access to the outdoors is limited, we can practice that sense of connection with nature at home. Here are my five top tips on how to do that.
If disconnecting from social media and online news is not the right fit for you, here are my personal top five digital wellbeing tips for travelling.
How is your connection with nature? This is the question I often ask my clients – regardless of the type of work we do “in the room”. We all have a relationship with the natural world around us. It is, of course, a personal relationship built on our past experiences, so we might all experience nature differently. Some of us dive into an allotmenteering experience, while others prefer one minimal …
This is a giant step for the rights of children and young people online. The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child approved General Comment 25 – a document outlining a more inclusive and participatory approach to regulating digital spaces for and by the young people.
I love the use of tech for visualisations, especially when it is done with the purpose of education, so this one is my recent favourite.
This is the question we are often scared to ask in the room with the client. However, it is the crucial question that opens the door to a trusted work for change and healing.
A week ago I had the privilege to join wonderful people on a panel discussing the impact of new on our mental health. You can now watch the recording from the event.