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 … Continue reading Look up!
. . . “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 … Continue reading Event recap: Practising digital minimalism in a digitally-caffeinated culture
Last Sunday, June 30th, 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 … Continue reading Event Recap: Introduction to Digital Minimalism
"Rethink your online life. Rediscover the pleasures of the offline world." Toronto's Digital Minimalism is a group for digital minimalists, and individuals interested in practicing digital minimalism. Using Cal Newport's definition, digital minimalism is a philosophy of technology use in which you focus your online time on a small number of carefully selected and optimized activities … Continue reading Toronto’s Digital Minimalism Meetup Group