Do you have a small mountain of emails, or a load of files you don't know what to do with? Do you struggle to find stuff on the computer you just know is there?
If that's you, then join me and the lovely people at Joyfully Different for a Digital Decluttering session.
Community Cuppa sessions are a chance to speak with Matthew and other community members about any topics that have come up recently, any technical issues, or anything else interesting! They're informal, drop-in sessions for supporting members.
With Kendra Patterson
Recorded live at 05:00 PM on Tuesday 16 November 2021
Doing it wrong0:00/64:261×
Have you ever struggled to do things the same way as everyone else? Even when you know your way works for you, and works well, people insist you do it
With Christopher Dines
Recorded live at 12:00 PM on Wednesday 20 October 2021
Driven to create0:00/64:251×
It seems like creative people have a vision, then single-mindedly set about making it reality. But what if not all creativity looks like this? What if sticking to a linear
With Troels Andersen-Kjaer
Recorded live at 12:00 PM on Tuesday 12 October 2021
Safe to play0:00/63:481×
We can't stop and mess about when there's important work to be done. We can only play when there won't be negative consequences. But what if play, and the active
With Helen Read
Recorded live at 04:00 PM on Wednesday 06 October 2021
Doing things the hard way0:00/63:271×
Ever been told you're doing things the hard way? Do you feel your jaw clench when you hear a sentence beginning with "why don't you just..."?
With Andrew Hugill
Recorded live at 12:00 PM on Thursday 16 September 2021
You ve got to have a system0:00/66:021×
Without having a way to understand the world - a system - we feel lost. Other people expect us to have a system which makes sense
With Elizabeth Arifien
Recorded live at 12:00 PM on Tuesday 07 September 2021
You think with your brain0:00/61:431×
Ever struggled to figure something out whilst sat still? Ever tried to learn something physical but found your brain getting in the way? We're told that the mind