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Social Media with Boundaries

Are you spending too much time online?

Do you feel drained, anxious, or annoyed when you click those ever-beckoning icons and descend into the unending scroll?

Do you value the connections and visibility the apps provide, but nonetheless find yourself losing hours–and your good mood–staring into a screen?

Homegirl. A whole beautiful world flies by unnoticed when you do that shit. Your kids grow up, your partner grows distant, your pet goes ignored–when you do that shit. 

You know it. I know it.  

I also know that it is possible to change.

Let me help you with that.

Learn how to enjoy the benefits that social media provides–without wasting your precious energy–at my 90-minute workshop, Social Media with Boundaries.

At Social Media with Boundaries, you’ll hear my personal story of struggle and success, learn the hidden secrets of social media addiction that Zuck doesn’t want you to know, and gain tools both mental and digital to enable your freedom from the chains of the infinite scroll! You will walk away confident that you can enjoy the value social media brings into your life without suffering the pains of obsession, addiction, and comparison.

At Social Media with Boundaries, expect:

  • Education and inspiration on healthy social media habits
  • Tools both mental and digital designed to check yo ass  
  • Exercises to get you drawing those healthy lines today 
  • A recording of the entire workshop so you can enjoy a refresher anytime, delivered to your inbox

This ninety-minute workshop takes place on Monday, March 22, from 8 – 9:30 pm EST. 

Can’t make that time? No worries. A full recording of the workshop will be delivered to all participants afterwards.

Investment: $77.77

Learn to engage in healthy ways at Social Media with Boundaries

Feeling nervous? Afraid that I’m going to order you to throw your phone in the trash? Ashamed of how much time and energy you spend online? Scared to delve into the reality of your usage? Join us. I promise you will leave this workshop feeling confident that you can wield these apps for your benefit. Change is easier than you think, and worth the effort. You are also not alone.  

Social media has provided me with an audience for my art, clients for my business, connections with friends, and inspiration for my personal life.

It has also driven me to the depths of despair. 

Through lots of research, meditation, long walks, and thoughtful conversations, I’ve developed a strategy that keeps me plugged into the online world, without allowing the online world to become my entire world

Let me help you get your head on straight.  

But–why should IGAF about modifying my social media usage?

Because social media can bring great things into your life–keeping up with the homies, disseminating your thoughts and exercising your creativity, showcasing your talent or selling your wares–if used responsibly.

Because social media is literally and deliberately addictive, and thus difficult to use responsibly.

Because you need tools and skills to enable you to reap the benefits of social media, without paying too high a price for these gains. 

Because you are wasting your time, attention, and energy obsessing over unhealthy metrics. Because this addiction has become so normalized that we become blind to the harm caused. Because you’re ignoring your family and friends in favor of a phone. You’re starving your art. You’re letting your passion atrophy. The time you might have spent painting, you’ve spent scrolling–again. You could be walking in the woods, but instead you’re hate-stalking a celebrity who offends you. 

Social media addiction makes you weak.

Resist.

Because…

social media can bring great things into your life–keeping up with the homies, disseminating your thoughts and exercising your creativity, showcasing your talent or selling your wares–if used responsibly.

Because…

you need tools and skills to enable you to reap the benefits of social media, without paying too high a price for these gains.

Because…

this addiction has become so normalized that we become blind to the harm caused.

Because…

social media is literally and deliberately addictive, and thus difficult to use responsibly.

Because…

you are wasting your time, attention, and energy obsessing over unhealthy metrics.

Because…

you’re ignoring your family and friends in favor of a phone. You’re starving your art. You’re letting your passion atrophy. The time you might have spent painting, you’ve spent scrolling–again. You could be walking in the woods, but instead you’re hate-stalking a celebrity who offends you.

Learn how to stay plugged in and grounded at Social Media with Boundaries. 

This ninety-minute workshop takes place on Monday, March 22, from 8 – 9:30 pm EST.

Investment: $77.77