New website, who dis!? (last post)

Photo by JACQUELINE BRANDWAYN on Unsplash

Dear readers… 

This will be my last post on this blog.

But, this isn’t goodbye.

For the past few years, I have shared my passion for all things digital wellness, digital minimalism, and my journey towards developing a healthier tech-life balance right here at this tiny corner of the Internet.

I killed my phone. I quit social media for three years. I challenged myself to put my devices away at 8pm for a month. I radically changed my relationship with technology.

What started as a personal journey has grown into something bigger. I’m now practising as a digital wellness coach with one simple goal: to help others (re)discover the pleasures of the offline world.

In September, I enrolled in a digital wellness coaching training course from Consciously Digital, the only ICF-certified digital wellness course. I will be officially certified in March 2021!

I even joined Instagram. *gasp!* People who need to hear the message of digital wellness the most would be on social media, right? (p.s. Instagram’s addictive design is REAL and I hate it there, but bigger plans.)

I say all that to say…

You can now follow my digital wellness journey as a digital wellness coach on the following platform:

  • Subscribe to my new website mehretbiruk.com for all future blog posts and to learn more about my work.

That’s all!

Bye now… 🙂

#ReadWithMe on Zoom!

Do you ever wish you had more time to read?

Is there a book you have been meaning to read but just can’t seem to find the time to get around to it?

Do you want to incorporate reading into your daily routine more?

I invite you to join me every morning at 6:30AM EST to #readwithme for 40-minutes on Zoom. I’ll be hosting #readwithme every morning for a month.

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.

Continue reading “#ReadWithMe on Zoom!”

How I read 37 books in 2019

ed-robertson-eeSdJfLfx1A-unsplash
Photo by Ed Robertson on Unsplash

Happy 2020!

Reading more is one of the most popular new year’s resolutions, and rightfully so. The benefits of reading are countless and impressive.

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.

At the beginning of 2019, I decided to do the 52 books in 52 weeks challenge as part of my new year’s resolution. By December 30th of that year, I read 37 books, which I tracked in an excel sheet.

The year before, I did the same challenge and read 21 books.

Continue reading “How I read 37 books in 2019”

Read a book instead

IMG_0645
My lock screen

These past few days, I’ve been obsessively reading and getting plenty of inspiration from Austin Kleon’s blog. It is full of many gems, related to writing, creating, stealing like an artist, and the importance of throwing your phone across the ocean.

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.

Continue reading “Read a book instead”