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Connected Through Physical and Digital Touch

Smartphones are considered a constant distraction from our day-to-day lives. The constant “ping” of a new notification or the lighting up of a phone screen has the ability to stop us in our tracks to respond to a message, check our amount of likes, or play your daily challenge on your favourite game (mine is “Subway Surf”).

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Professional traveller, writer, & 23 year-old digital nomad. Also a start-up’s communications & Media manager. Love connecting with new people!

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