Hate feeling sucked in by screens?
What if you could spend more time being present with your family?

Would you like to have more energy and peace throughout your day?

It's not about getting rid of all technology in your life.

It's not even about giving up all social media or Netflix (although you may end up choosing that.)

It's about YOU using the technology instead of letting it use you.

That's what the 30-Day Digital Minimalism Challenge is all about.

You know that screens are addictive. They're stealing your time and pulling you away from your goals.

This challenge will show you how to take back control of your tech!
Transform Your Life in 30 Days
We all know we're spending too much time staring at screens. 

We refresh without thinking. We scroll without any sense of time.

We get sucked into silly games and binge watch shows.

We're doing this because we crave connection. We want to feel alive.

We live in an increasingly noisy world but feel ever more empty and lonely.

You know why? Because all this scrolling and binge watching is messing with our minds.

... We become addicted to these screens.
... We compulsively check them even though it leaves us feeling anxious and sad.
... We ignore people around us.
... We're chasing spikes of dopamine that never really deliver.

It's time to take back control of our screens and of our lives.
During this challenge, you will...
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Connect to what really matters. Think back to life before iPhones and tablets. You'll ask yourself, "What did I used to do when I was bored or anxious? What used to bring me joy?"
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Get your life back! Sure you're alive...but are you really living? How many hours a day do you lose to scrolling, email, and Netflix? This is not how God meant you to live.
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Reward yourself. This is going to be hard work, but it will also be immensely satisfying. You're going to choose some great rewards to keep motivated throughout the challenge!
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Put limits on your screens. Technology is amazing, so I'm not going to ask you to give it up. Instead, you're going to learn how to put really good boundaries on when and how you want to intentionally use the screens in your life.
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Did I mention all the peace?
Sterling Jaquith

I'm Sterling Jaquith, recovering digital addict who used to struggled with Zillow, Netflix, and social media. I'm a mama to five kids with one on the way and one thing that makes me feel awful is when I snap at my kids because they're interrupting whatever I'm doing on my phone! 😳🤦‍♀️😞

I'm still a work-in-progress but now I have tight controls on my screens and my kids are happy to have their mom back!

I'm present with the people in my life. I have peace. I'm going to teach you how to have that too.

Are you in control?
There are only two groups that refer to their clients as "users":
drug dealers...and tech industries
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Adults spend an average of 3 hours on their phone a day. Adults who work in an office usually spend 11 hours a day in front of a screen!
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Most people cannot go longer than 2 hours without touching their phones!
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Tweens now spend less time outside than prisoners do; less than one hour a day!
Digital Minimalism Course includes:
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A Digital Minimalism workbook
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Videos that explain why and how we should embrace digital minimalism.
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Video for people who use tech for their job or their lifeline!
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Email cheerleading! Motivating messages twice a week to keep you pumped up!
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A Troubleshooting Guide to help you find the right balance of tech in your life!
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You'll get access to the course forever
Answers before you ask
What does Jesus have to do with it?
Everything, of course! The reason we ought to become more detached from our screens, is to focus more on bringing Christ to the world. You don't have to be Christian to do the program but I will be reading Bible verses and talking about Jesus because well... He's everything to me!
How can I survive without Facebook?
Well, first you don't necessarily have to give it up (though if you're that dependent on it, you might want to try!) The purpose of this challenge is so that you can gain control of your digital life, rather than it controlling you. This challenge will teach you that it's OK to use Facebook, but it needs to be properly prioritized in relation to your family and the rest of your life!
I'm scared that I'll just feel lonely!
Life isn't meant to be shallow. Christ wants us to drink deeply! The sad truth is that most of us today have substituted a gigantic crowd of online "friends" in place of of a few real, intimate, actually meaningful friendships. Yes, there may be a bumpy transition when we let go of the former - but it's nothing compared to how meaningful it is to gain the latter!
I was told that every "-ism" is bad!
Well, say that to Catholic-ism and Monastic-ism first. :) But on a serious note; placing any worldly focus above a Godly focus is always wrong. The goal of this course isn't just another "-ism," instead it's to get our focus back on God, and on serving our neighbor - especially our family.
Kick your screen habit.
Take control of your screens and get back to living. Focus on the people that are most important in your life. 
Questions? Let me know!
Digital Minimalism Course
$19
Short Videos
30-Day Challenge
Email Accountability
DigiMin Workbook

Do you have questions? Click here to contact me and I'll get back to you right away!
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