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Social Media Overload: Finding Peace in a Digital World

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Does social media just make you feel exhausted? Do you work as an entrepreneur, marketer, or influencer and find yourself online all day and night? Is social media envy turning you into a comparisson junky?

It's all so loud and overwhelming!

Welcome to the digital world.

Join us for a Master Class on Social Media Overload: Finding Peace in a Digital World.

In this 60 minute class learn how to:

  • Create healthy boundaries for engaging on social media
  • Use real tools to find mindfulness, stillness, and inner peace
  • Be creative on social media without burning out
  • Recognize signs of the digital world affecting your behavior
  • The actual science and statistics on how social media affects your brain
  • Mindful activities to begin and end your day


ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:

Maritza Diaz is a communicator and health advocate. She is a Spanish-speaking, positive public relations professional with experience in managing campaigns in the corporate, entertainment, performing arts, and non-profit industries. As a certified yoga and dance instructor, she has taught students from the age of 3 to the age of 70. She enjoys mixing her two passions: communications and overall good health. Follow her on her blog Little Giant Life or on, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @LittleGiantLife.

Suki Eleuterio is a social media junkie, expert blogger and digital content queen. By day she works as social media specialist. By night she is a full time mom, blogger at Sookton.com, yoga teacher, speaker and creator of the book She Loved Herself. She has contributed to the Huffington Post, Thrive Global, MindBodyGreen and other publications. Suki has worked in social media, PR, and marketing for 10 years and has won numerous writing and blogging awards. Follow her on her blog Sookton & the Angels or on Facebook and Twitter @SooktonSays or Instagram @Sookton.

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