35 min

Finding Digital Balance Earrings Off!

    • Society & Culture

This week we meet Sarah Maynard. Sarah is the founder and CEO of THE START EFFECT. She helps people understand the impact the digital world has on their offline lives and find balance between online and unplugged so that they can live a safe, healthy, and intentional life in both worlds.
Sarah is a passionate storyteller and lifelong learner. She has worked with kids for almost 20 years and she is a children’s book writer and illustrator and digital marketing communications strategist.


Read the latest blog here:  https://www.earringsoff.com/post/flu-prevention-strategies
 Marketing and Social Media Strategist:   Tyresa Oluyide
 Theme song:                                                               D-Techneekz
 Logo Design:                                                               Claire Ritter
 Producers:                                                                   Lou Ali and Teresa Vaughan
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This week we meet Sarah Maynard. Sarah is the founder and CEO of THE START EFFECT. She helps people understand the impact the digital world has on their offline lives and find balance between online and unplugged so that they can live a safe, healthy, and intentional life in both worlds.
Sarah is a passionate storyteller and lifelong learner. She has worked with kids for almost 20 years and she is a children’s book writer and illustrator and digital marketing communications strategist.


Read the latest blog here:  https://www.earringsoff.com/post/flu-prevention-strategies
 Marketing and Social Media Strategist:   Tyresa Oluyide
 Theme song:                                                               D-Techneekz
 Logo Design:                                                               Claire Ritter
 Producers:                                                                   Lou Ali and Teresa Vaughan
Support the show

35 min

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