A huge thank you for joining the celebrations of the first global Digital Wellness Day 2020 last Friday.
The Coronavirus-enforced lockdown presents a really difficult challenge for our individual and collective mental health. Being isolated in this way stops us from doing a lot of the things that keep us well, like being physically connected to friends, hobbies and the outdoors – and this withdrawal can exacerbate feelings of anxiety, loneliness and low mood.
Many of us will now be spending a significant amount of time in front of screens and will have reverted to digital alternatives in an attempt to retain some sense of normality. Such an increase in online activity in itself comes with its own impact on our wellbeing, so here are some ideas and tips for keeping ‘well’ online and managing our digital usage sensibly throughout this weird time
Join us in celebrations of the Digital Wellness Day this Friday, 1 May, at 7 PM GMT over on our Instagram account
Today I would like to look at how to manage our mobile notifications because it is the device most attached to us during the day. Here are my personal tips, but I would love to know what works for you.
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Having a central bucket for incoming messages helps to manage how we communicate.
How can we use social media to reconnect with nature? Here are my few tips.
Here is how I apply positive psychology to minimise the impact of social isolation when working from home.
The digital world here and it is here to stay. Digital technologies like social media platforms with their algorithms, online gaming, social TV, streaming services, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and smart tech redefine how we live our daily lives. We use digital technologies to connect with people close to us and to make new connections. We use digital technologies to work, study and to entertain ourselves. The boundaries between our …