Do you feel like your phone is working against you?

Do you lose yourself in the never-ending social media doom scroll? Or maybe you can’t quite leave that phone of yours… It does seem to capture our attention so well.

It feels even more difficult for us neurodivergent people, I think. Or at least, that’s what I see all around me; I am surrounded by neurodivergence and I certainly see a pattern!

That’s where my e-book guide comes in!

I spent months figuring out the best ways to use my phone as a helper to my neurodivergence, with much trial and error, and lots of wrong combinations… But you won’t have to go through that! Customize your phone to fit YOUR needs and learn about shortcuts and lesser-known features that can make your life easier.

And best of all, everything is explained in easy-to-follow steps with accompanying visuals.

I’ll walk you through all the things! Throughout the guide, I also give you suggestions on how you can implement these for your own personal brand of neurodivergence!

Purchase the e-book now and start making your phone work for YOU!

With this e-book, you can learn how to take back control of your device and make it work for you. You’ll be able to personalize your phone in ways you never thought possible, and customize it to fit your unique needs.

Neurodivergence: Made for neurodivergent people, by a neurodivergent person. Life is easier with the right tools, but tools are often not made for us! That is where I come in.

Get stuff done: Learn how to make personalized routines, change settings, find useful apps, and revamp your phone into a tool that fits you.

Save time, energy, and mental power: No more wondering if the oven is still on, no more checking your locks five times or asking yourself “did I actually do it or did I daydream it?”

And no more endless doom-scrolling! I do not require you to delete any apps, but you will be able to control how much time you want to spend on social media and when to STOP.

I made this safe space for us, invisibly disabled people.
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