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Habits and mindsets that turn the mundane reality of emailing, zooming and doomscrolling into fuel for personal transformation.

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Digital Habit Practice

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Habit Lab

56 experiment cards that help you take back control of your tech.

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"I have loved being challenged by how I can re-think the way I use and interact with my technology. The cards are designed in a way that I can keep a reminder around but also share with others on my team in weekly team challenges and meetings."

Arti Kashyap-Aynsley Global Head of Health & Wellbeing Ocado Group

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Join us live on November 27th, 2022

Notification Strategies

What impact do notifications have on us, and what strategies can we employ to make sure they are helping us?

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Example experiments from the Lab

  • Avoid Early Morning Tech Use

    Once we start engaging with our devices and apps then it sets off an inertia which can be hard to stop.

  • Sticky Note On Your Phone Screen

    Sometimes we are already scrolling through our screens before we realise we have picked up our phone.

  • Don't Reply Immediately

    We can often feel obliged or compelled to respond to messages immediately, even if it’s not a good time for us.

  • Use The Pomodoro Technique

    It can be difficult to know when our tech is distracting us if we can’t clearly define what we are doing in the first place.

  • Charge Your Phone Away From Bed

    When we bring our phone to bed it’s often the last thing we see at night and the first thing we see in the morning.

  • Know What Matters Most

    It’s so easy to shift between different activities in our digital lives that we can end up neglecting the most important ones.

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