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What is BOLDFISH? | Digital Wellness is NOT Anti-Social Media

BOLDFISH is a social media detox app that aims to quiet distractions. Just to be clear, BOLDFISH is NOT here to have you go cold turkey. In fact, it is an alternative to you blocking, deleting, foregoing your apps. … Read More

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Dialectic Behavioral Therapy | How BOLDFISH ‘Rides The Wave’

The focus of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is to help those who have significant trouble managing their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. BOLDFISH derives its chief mindfulness technique from DBT to short-circuit instant gratification by first becoming aware of our urges and then letting them pass. … Read More

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Our Take on the Android P | What’s Next?

On Tuesday (May 8th), Google announced new features for its operating system that promote digital wellness. The features are designed to help consumers with different needs combat phone addiction by helping them unplug. … Read More

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Looking to Use Your Phone Less? Check Out These 4 Tips

Phones have made our lives more convenient & enjoyable. But, we’ve entered an age where are unable to put down our phones. See our suggestions on how to help you use your phone less. … Read More

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How a VPN Works | BOLDFISH Secures My Data

In this article, we discuss the VPN (Virtual Private Network), how BOLDFISH uses it and everything you need to know about it. … Read More

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Q&A with Kodie: The Swedish Musician Who Lives and Breathes Digital Wellness

Kodie caught BOLDFISH’s eye with his hit, Phone Down. The lyrics center around social media overload and his search for digital wellness. Kodie shares his journey to balance his digital and analog lives. … Read More

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Lurking for Life | Are you a Social Media Lurker?

Lurkers are everywhere. You are most likely a lurker. In most online communities, 90% of users are lurkers who never contribute, 9% of users contribute a little, and 1% of users account for almost all of the content. … Read More

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