3 Things I learned from my first vacation in 6 years.

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I’ve always been terrible at work/life balance. It’s something I’ll rave about and advise to others, but as is often the case, I don’t tend to listen to my own advice. This isn’t because I think it’s bad, but because the thought of not working fills me with anxiety — a fear of falling behind…

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Design lead @ MetaLab · On a mission to make technology kinder to people · Focussing on design ethics, mindful design, & mental health

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Bradley Gabr-Ryn

Bradley Gabr-Ryn

Design lead @ MetaLab · On a mission to make technology kinder to people · Focussing on design ethics, mindful design, & mental health

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