How’s your “Digital Wellness” these days?
As a parent, this is something I’m working on constantly. But as someone who is quite often “connected”, it's difficult to find a balance that works for me as a father, husband, and small business owner.
Author Mark Ostach joins me today to share how we can live with phones, laptops, and all of our other devices and still be present with those we love.
Mark Ostach and I review the following:
- What is Digital Wellness?
- How to create workable boundaries with technology
- Why digital wellness is similar to our physical and financial wellness
Mark's advice is so timely for me as a busy father and husband right now. I hope it helps you where you are in life!
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Guest Bio – Mark Ostach
Mark Ostach helps people find the courage to connect – with themselves, their purpose, and with the people in their lives, both online and offline. Mark's goal is to restore energy and focus to organizations battling modern life’s non-stop pace and growing sense of disconnection.
A nationally recognized speaker on Digital Wellness, Mark has done two TED talks and spoken to thousands of people all over the world encouraging them to embrace a culture of digital wellbeing.
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Carpe Diem Quote
“The great science to live happily is to live in the present.”― Pythagoras
How are you promoting digital wellness in your family? Do you like the advice from Mark Ostach?
Please let me know in the comments below.