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Three Daily Mindfulness Exercises For Students
Hayley is a social media influencer, blogger, and life-long academic, currently earning a Bachelor of Public Health. In this post, she shares practical ways to unleash mindfulness into your daily life.  I was first introduced to mindfulness in a third-year mental health class at my university. Everyone entered the room, found a seat, and did what most university students do when they enter a lecture hall — open their laptops, pull out their phones, and scroll through their social media feeds.
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Flipd: The App That Locks Your Phone When You Need To Focus
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5 Instagram #Studygram Accounts That Will Motivate You To Study
Finals alert! Here's some study inspiration 💡 At Flipd, we value balance — so if Instagram is what inspires you to get into flow, then all the power to you. On the other hand, if scrolling away on social media isn't inspiring you, it can be nothing more than a major time suck. So why not follow the best #Studygram accounts to get your thinking juices flowing? We've got you covered. >>> Download Flipd to stay focused <<<
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Why This Engaging Professor Limits Phone Use In Class (And How He Does It)
In this post, we share why innovative educators are moving toward phone-free classes, and how Flipd empowers them to do just that. 
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How Flipd Nudges Behavior: A Chat With Psychology Professor Dr. Alicia Drais-Parrillo
Flipd is a platform that helps reduce digital distractions and phone use during class. Not surprisingly, however, educators using Flipd have discovered that it can also help shape and change behavior well beyond the lecture hall. One such person is Dr. Alicia Drais-Parrillo, a psychology professor at Penn State University, who has been using Flipd with hundreds of students for over two years and closely observing its impact.
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How The Internet's Favorite Dad Feels About Social Media And Technology
Stewart Reynolds, better known as Brittlestar, has the dream job. A social media celebrity with over 400 million views of his content, the suburban father of two teen boys has created viral video videos for brands like Disney, ESPN, Subway, Walmart, KFC, and numerous others. As the self-titled (and well-deserved) "Internet's Favorite Dad", Brittlestar quite literally eats and breathes the internet.