When I sat down to build my web pages for the upcoming round of Digital Detox, I pulled up my previous Digital Detox pages to update. This is what I found at the top of the page that I created in late September 2021:

The last several months have been a doozy. The last several weeks. Every day, controversy. Upsetting news.

I just… I can’t even.

I’m adding this section to this web page because… YIKES!!… if ever there was a reason for a Digital Detox, it’s ALL THE REASONS!!!


I mean, come on! The world just keeps on giving.

Welcome to your digital detox.

You can call it a “social media vacation,” a “scroll-free sabbatical,” an “online oasis,” a “tech timeout,” or a “cyber siesta,” depending on how you roll. There’s just too much digital noise out there and you need time to unplug, tune into your own frequency, and put your focus elsewhere.


I mention “social media” since that’s where the black hole of unproductivity often lurks. But hey, if you’re not glued to socials, maybe you’re knee-deep in news or lost in the realms of gaming.


Join me on this adventure starting from **Monday, March 18** to **Sunday, March 24, 2024**.

Let’s rock this digital detox together!


Watch this video I made for a previous round:

What people said after previous rounds

I slept better

💤“I slept better after the first couple of nights – after the initial anxiety of NOT checking my phone before bed.” -Janice B.

I started a new project

“…helped me see where I was spending time online. I started a new project this week that I hope I see through – unless I get sucked back into the online void.” – Robert P.

Exactly what I needed

“This digtal detox was exactly what I needed, only I didn’t realize how much I needed it.” – Bethany S.

Got stuff done

“You know those things you say you’re going to do but never do them because distractions happen and you’re not motivated? For once, my clean apartment wasn’t because of procrasti-cleaning. I went for walks WITHOUT MY PHONE and the sky didn’t fall. And, I actually meditated when I woke up (twice).” -Emma M.








Who is this digital detox for?

  • You don’t know what to do with your hands if there’s no device in them.
  • You’ve had it with the mindless scrolling
  • You feel you lack the willpower to take a break
  • You think that social media controls you
  • You mindlessly pick up your phone or open a tab to scroll with no purpose
  • You get sucked into unproductive internet rabbit holes
  • You doomscroll
  • Like a child, you stall bedtime – only, it’s not “one more story”, it’s “I’ll read one more thing.”

There are so many things you can be doing instead of mindlessly surfing the internet, doomscrolling or refreshing your news feed! Imagine how productive you could be!

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Would you like to

  • Know yourself better?
  • Feel mentally healthier?
  • Have a more clear mind?
  • Have time to do more?
  • Be more focused?

These are just some of the benefits of a digital detox.



Join the ultimate 7-day digital detox experience!

  • Dive into daily emails filled with thought-provoking journal prompts and fun exercises
  • Motivating tip sheets
  • It’s the moment to conquer that project and savour sweet moments with your favourite people.

We’re not vanishing from the digital world – unless you want to; we’re just playing it smart with our screen time. (But hey, going completely off the grid once a week? Epic idea!)



$57 for 7 days, with a bonus 8th.











Q. Will you be available to help guide me through this adventure?​

A. Absolutely! Drop me a line anytime at andrea@adhdprimed.com.

Q. Do I need to go offline completely?

A. Nope! This 7-day escapade is as extreme as you want it to be.

Depends on your digital habits – cutting down could supercharge your productivity!

Q. I’m feeling the jitters. Can I handle this challenge?

A. Heck yeah! Planned breaks are different from a sudden blackout mid-scroll. You’ll be armed with preparation and a safety net. I’ve got your back, as always. 🌟

Ready for a digital detox?

Register for the Digital Detox and unlock immediate access to the first exercise.