Digital Minimalism in Everyday Life

Overcome Technology Addiction, Declutter Your Mind, and Reclaim Your Freedom

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Cover Art for 9781953036339, Digital Minimalism in Everyday Life by W. Williams, James, Amy White
ISBN: 9781953036339
Publisher: SD Publishing LLC
Published: 1 January, 2021
Format: Trade Paperback
Language: English
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Do you feel like you are wasting too much time on your smartphone? Do you feel like your digital technology use is becoming too habitual?

Don't worry. You're not alone.

If you feel like your gadgets are stealing a lot of your time, focus, and energy, then this book, Digital Minimalism in Everyday Life, may have the solution for you.

Do you recognize any of these situations?

Your computer screen is cluttered with dozens of icons Your phone has so many apps that you don't even use You spend so much time cleaning up your email inbox Your children rarely go out to play with their friends Your office is a mess You get notification after notification after notification You notice that you tend to spend so many hours each day on social media You are required to use a dozen apps at work just to get one task done A huge portion of your time is spent answering the phone You can't remember the last time you had a meaningful conversation with your loved ones

If this is you and you get lost in a maze of gadgets, apps, and digital technology, then the concepts, tools, and tips you will learn from this book, Digital Minimalism in Everyday Life, will help you set things straight.

Who knows, you may even find that life is easier and so much better with less, not with more.


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