Minimalism in this tech context refers to cutting out and eliminating the unnecessary, the extra.
It’s about simplifying our habits through this “LESS IS MORE philosophy that can radically improve the relationships we have with our devices.
Many of us are coming into the third year of this pandemic, wanting to move on, break free of the habits that we developed as coping strategies throughout lockdown and isolating, and get used to changing the way we work, whether it’s fully remote, or hybrid, juggling our lives and our responsibilities.
This session is part of a three-part series that will continue throughout the year, focusing on simple and free tools and strategies, steeped in minimalist principles, to improve our habits and relationships with our devices
What we’ll learn:
- Radical self-acceptance with regard to tech habits, introducing methods of improvement via
- Reduce / turn off notifications
- Marie Kondo your phone Home Screen
- Improve your relationships by limiting social media and enriching your communication
Adam is a dad, podcaster, and certified digital wellness educator who coaches creatives & remote teams in humanizing our relationship to everyday tech.
He brings over a decade of mindfulness & immersive tea experiences for corporate team building.
Adam holds certifications in Digital Wellness Education, Emotional Well-being Coaching, and UX Design — and recently became the co-host of Tech-Know podcast.