How are you feeling about your phone lately?

If words like “stressful”, “draining” or “depleting” come to mind, this conversation is for you.

We’re diving into how to have a healthier relationship with your digital devices – whatever that happy balance looks like for you.

Our guest is Catherine Price, who wrote an entire book about this topic called How to Break Up with Your Phone: The 30-Day Plan to Take Back Your Life.

This best-of episode feels incredibly relevant to the time we’re in right now & a topic I know is on a lot of your minds these days.

Especially after the past year & a half of relying on our devices – for work, for entertainment, for connection – more than ever before.

Join us for a very actionable, science-based and non-judgmental look at our daily phone habits.

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guest bio

Catherine Price is an award-winning journalist, speaker and consultant whose work has appeared in publications including The Best American Science WritingThe New York Times, Popular Science, O, The Oprah Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post Magazine, Parade, Salon, Slate, Men’s Journal, Self, Medium, Health Magazine, and Outside, among others. Her latest book, How to Break Up With Your Phone (Ten Speed Press, 2018) is devoted to helping people create healthier relationships with their digital devices. It’s being published in 26 countries and translated into 18 languages and has received attention from media outlets around the world. Catherine leads frequent talks and workshops to help people improve their relationships with their devices, and is also the founder of Screen/Life Balance, a movement dedicated to helping people scroll less and live more. She’s occasionally on Twitter at @catherine_price and on Instagram at @_CatherinePrice and @ScreenLifeBalance

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