Look up!

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This past weekend, a couple of friends and I went to Nuit Blanche to see the art installations downtown Toronto, and in the process, we had a reality check about being.

As we strolled through downtown, a friend says, “I never look up.”

At that statement, we all look up, observing buildings and structures we have never noticed before that moment.

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Event recap: Practising digital minimalism in a digitally-caffeinated culture

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Cal Newport has discovered a cure for the techno-exhaustion that plagues our always-on, digitally caffeinated culture.

— JOSHUA FIELDS MILLBURN, THE MINIMALISTS

This past weekend, Toronto’s Digital Minimalism Meetup Group held our second event, practicing digital minimalism in a digitally-caffeinated culture.

The event centered around discussing the challenges of the digital world and practical ways to implement digital minimalism to fit our lifestyle.

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Event Recap: Introduction to Digital Minimalism

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Last Sunday, a group of digital minimalism enthusiasts and friends met at the Jason George pub in Toronto to learn more about digital minimalism and intentional digital use.

During this two-hour event, we discussed what digital minimalism is, the three core principles of digital minimalism, and committed to implementing a 30-day digital declutter challenge for the month of July.

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