‘Don’t take your phone into the toilet!’, Laura Willis

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Burnouts are at an all time high. We are ‘drowning in a sea of emails’ and at the same time disconnected from the people in front of us. Laura Willis hit crisis point when she could no longer balance her new-born daughter with a constant need to check her phone for work stuff. ‘I had panic attacks quite badly.’ Through mediation and going offline she found some sanity. Laura went on to establish ‘Shine Offline’ which runs successful workshops and activities about life offline.

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