It’s impossible to avoid – all of us are living digital lives in some form or another. Whether it’s on social platforms, group chats, email, and even in the images themselves, we are leaving a trace of our life all over the place. But that online version of us is just a reflection of who we are.
We are constantly changing. Shouldn’t that reflection change with us? Enter: The digital life edit.
Almost 30’s Krista Williams Highlights the Duality of Life Online vs. Life IRL
Look, we’ve all said some cringe stuff in the past. That’s okay, no judgment. We love past us. But you want your online presence to reflect who you are in the moment, and for that, we’re going to need to do a little pruning.
“Your social presence is about so much more than how the world perceives you from an outside perspective. It’s a reflection of who you are now, and it should evolve as you do.” – Krista Williams, Almost 30 Podcast
In this episode, Krista shares tips straight from her upcoming Life Edit Course on how to touch every surface of your digital life and bring a more conscious, meaningful presence online.
We also talk about:
- Why performing a life edit is so important
- The cost of mental residue
- Editing the camera roll
- Bringing love and kindness to our past self
- Social media edit
- Taking a technology detox
- Giving yourself time for reflection
Watch and subscribe on YouTube:
- EPISODE: The Life Edit with Krista
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