Digital Detox Speaker | Public Events | Tanya Goodin
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Public Events

SPEAKER AT WELLNESS AND LITERARY FESTIVALS AND EVENTS

Tanya is an experienced digital detox speaker and speaker on tech-life balance at public events. She speaks at open and public events on her books and how to get a healthy tech-life balance. Upcoming public events Tanya is speaking at include:  Stylist LIVE (Olympia, London, 9 November 2018) and Uniting for Children Foundation Curacao  (University of Curacao, Willemstad, Curacao, 20 November 2018). Further information, including how to buy tickets, below.

 

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Stylist Live, 9 November

Stylist Live returns to Olympia London, bringing Stylist magazine to life across three days of experts, interviews, comedy, food, beauty and fashion exclusives.  Tanya will be speaking on 9th November at 2pm on ‘Techiquette: Stop being a slave to your phone’.

“Explore the rules, strategies and boundaries we need to realistically live a happier online lifestyle – and actually enjoy our screen time. When ‘digital detoxes’ are offline luxuries that only come around once in a blue moon…” Tickets available below.

 

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Uniting for Children Curacao, 20 November

On Universal Children’s Day on 20th November the Uniting for Children Foundation in Curacao, with the University of Curacao, will be hosting a conference on ‘Digital addiction in Children and Adolescents’.

Tanya will be delivering the keynote at this event. Register for tickets below.

 

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Testimonials as a Speaker at Public Events

“We have had some fantastic feedback from Tanya’s talk at the 2018 Big Retreat Festival, a few stating it has been life-changing for them. I really hope she can join us again next year!”

Co Founder, The Big Retreat Wales

“Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.”

Henry Ford