Introducing Digital Wellbeing
Digital wellbeing or wellness – the concept that when we interact with technology, the experience should support our mental and physical health in a measurable way…
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Welcome to your Community!
Welcome to your Digital Wellbeing Community, where you can find interesting (digital) wellness and health facts, ask questions and read about our updates. We are here to support you on your journey to achieve optimised digital wellbeing to ensure your work really does work out well for you.
Did you know?
Need an excuse for more regular tea breaks during meetings and other work commitments? Tea can lower risks of heart attacks, type 2 Diabetes, certain cancers and Parkinson´s disease. What better reasons can you have to plan in some extra tea breaks throughout the day!
How it works
Check out this quick video to discover how Digital Wellbeing is able to help you day in day out!
Check out our latest blogs here. We will regularly be adding new ones for you to have something entertaining to read during your well deserved coffee and tea breaks at work 😉
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In this day and age many of us have heard of mindfulness in one way or the other. Being mindful and practicing mindfulness has become something many of us apply or may have been advised to do so at some point by now. But when somebody says they are being mindful, what is it exactly that makes their behaviour qualify as such?