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In this episode Karen explores the ideas from Cal Newport’s book, Digital Minimalism. Both Karen and Louise discuss how they feel about the potential darker side of social media and technology and the self care rituals that serve them well. 

We also learn about Karen’s staycation, a short break at home during lockdown, and what she learnt about some of her digital habits and rituals as a result of this. We hope you enjoy this episode. 


RESOURCES MENTIONED 

Digital Minimalism, by Cal Newport 

The Voices of Program with Tali Brash 

Sonya Stattman 

Journal with Ingrid

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