20 ways I keep myself mentally healthy

1. No social media (except for LinkedIn.) Are you looking to take back control of your time and attention?  SIGN UP HERE to receive my FREE weekly newsletter with 5 ideas to bring digital wellness to your daily life.

Disposable phone chargers: A social expirement?

Is this a social experiment? Some kind of joke? Is it April Fools already? Are you looking to take back control of your time and attention?  SIGN UP HERE to receive my FREE weekly newsletter with 5 ideas to bring digital wellness to your daily life.

The attention economy and the ‘coolest monkey in the jungle’

In today’s episode of Corporate America Foolishness, H&M, a retail store known for its trendy and affordable clothing, has come under scrutiny for using a black child to model a sweatshirt sporting the phrase ‘coolest monkey in the jungle.’ In today’s political climate… oh no baby what is you doing… My initial reaction was, now they’re trollingContinue reading “The attention economy and the ‘coolest monkey in the jungle’”

I broke my laptop and my grades improved! Re:  Laptops Are Great. But Not During a Lecture or a Meeting.

A few weeks ago, I came across a thought-provoking New York Times‘ article, Laptops Are Great. But Not During a Lecture or a Meeting. Susan Dynarski, a professor of education, public policy and economics at the University of Michigan, has banned almost all electronic devices during her classes and research seminars. Dynarski’s rationale for the banContinue reading “I broke my laptop and my grades improved! Re:  Laptops Are Great. But Not During a Lecture or a Meeting.”

Is the Internet killing qualitative research?

The Internet has been blamed for damaging many aspects of our lives, including, but not limited to, our relationships, our happiness, our productivity, and pretty much everything else. Yes, everything. Are you looking to take back control of your time and attention?  SIGN UP HERE to receive my FREE weekly newsletter with 5 ideas to bringContinue reading “Is the Internet killing qualitative research?”