Log Off: Self-Help for the Extremely Online (Diary)

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Log Off: Self-Help for the Extremely Online (Diary)


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14 days is all you need to reset your relationship with your phone, spend less time on social media, and spend more of your free time on the things you love IRL with this digital minimalism workbook.  

Studies show that a life spent offline is a happier and healthier one but we know that breaking up with your phone is hard to do. Enter Sammy Nickalls and her life-affirming digital minimalism workbook. It’s the perfect companion to all those digital detoxing and digital minimalism books you may have recently read. Within the pages of this workbook, you’ll find the pathway to creating a healthy relationship with your phone: 

Quizzes - figure out if you’re too online and what kind of digital minimalist you are 
Tips & Tricks - ways to cut down on screen time, how to get started, how to use social media without the #FOMO, and how to stop interrupting your sleep 
Guided Journaling Prompts - identify your top internet stressors and figure out ways to spend your time IRL 
Challenges - a guided 14-day digital detox 
Daily Trackers - mindfulness exercises and reflection prompts 
App Recommendations - declutter your home screen and build your logging-off toolbox! 

When you Log Off, you’ll reconnect with yourself, focus on your in-person connections, gain a happier outlook, and transform your life!
SAMMY NICKALLS has been an editor at Adweek and Esquire, and is currently a freelance writer for Teen Vogue. You can find her work at outlets including Observer, SELF, To Write Love on Her Arms, VICE, Vulture, and the Wall Street Journal. Sammy is a graduate student pursuing her master's degree in clinical mental health counseling at Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania. In 2015, she created the hashtag #TalkingAboutIt, which invites social media users to share about their mental health openly and honestly. The hashtag has been mentioned in outlets including Cosmopolitan, The Mary Sue, The New Republic, and New York Times. In 2020, Sammy Nickalls spoke to experts about therapy and other mental health options in the age of social distancing for the Teen Vogue article "How to Get Mental Health Help During the Pandemic." She is the author of Log Off: Self-Help for the Extremely Online, a digital minimalist workbook, and currently resides in Pennsylvania.
Product Details ISBN: 9781632174116
ISBN-10: 1632174111
Publisher: Spruce Books
Publication Date: May 17th, 2022
Pages: 128
Language: English
"A realistic guide to digital detoxing that gives readers tools to help them put down their devices and improve their mental health, all while recognizing that social media isn't an all-or-nothing game."
—Teen Vogue

"[A] workbook to reset your relationship with your phone."
—NPR, Life Kit