Do you find the digital world confusing… irritating… and disorienting?

IBM Selectric Typewriter

High tech in the ’60’s

If you were born before — say, 1955 — it is not at all surprising.

An inadvertant keystroke that causes something to happen … a document that seems to disappear…a password you can’t remember…and you just want to go do something else! And maybe you do because you lost patience and feel out of control.


Let me help you gain control!

Wouldn’t it be great to feel comfortable and in command of your device? It’s a great tool for communication, work and play, but not if you look at it and immediately feel anxious or irritated.

What do you struggle with? What would you like to do better?

Since you are reading this on line I will surmise that you do have some ability to find your way to an Internet browser.

Let me help you do more with it. You can become more efficient. You might even start to have fun as you gain proficiency.

You can get started by downloading the free guide in the sidebar, You Can’t Break It!  You might already know this one idea and three methods, but if you don’t yet know them, you will find this guide helpful. When you sign up for it, you will also be signing up for my newsletter. I plan short, easily digestible articles to help you become a more comfortable computer user.

And you may be wondering if I can really help you. Click on the button below to find out if my approach works for you.

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