One way we can eliminate the struggle around technology, is to actually enjoy it! How fabulous would it feel if our devices kept us connected, deepened our relationships and were a tool for creativity and family fun?
A great place to begin is with the reflection: What's working and what isn't? So, make a list, engage your family, take inventory on the physical and emotional withdrawals and deposits on your family system.
I had the great privilege of speaking about "Slow Tech Living" at a mindfulness conference at MIT in Boston, MA last weekend. I was joined by so many fabulous people dedicated to living fully and whole self health. Below I have shared my brief Twitter blog of the event based on my notes during their talks. Please dial into the work of these wonderful people.
My very own baby boy has approached the summer of risk. How can this be? Last year it would have been hard to imagine. However, the drugs and alcohol dialogue has been the primary subject of our recent and constant narrative around growing up.