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How to break up with your phone

Author: Catherine Price
Publisher: London : Trapeze, 2018. ©2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Is your phone the first thing you reach for when you wake up? And the last thing you see before you sleep? Do you find the hours slip away as you idly scroll through your social media timeline? In short, are you addicted to your phone? If so, "How to Break Up with Your Phone" is here to help. "How to Break Up With Your Phone" is a smart, practical and useful plan to help you conquer your mobile phone addiction in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Popular works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Price
ISBN: 9781409176268 1409176266
OCLC Number: 1023481636
Description: viii, 184 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: An open letter to my phone --
Introduction --
Part one: The wake-up (1. Our phones are designed to addict us ; 2. Putting the dope in dopamine ; 3. The tricks of the trade ; 4. Why social media sucks ; 5. The truth about multitasking ; 6. Your phone is changing your brain ; 7. Your phone is killing your attention span ; 8. Your phone messes with your memory ; 9. Stress, sleep and satisfaction ; 10. How to take back your life) Part two: The break-up (Week one: Technology triage ; Week 2: Changing your habits ; Week 3: Reclaiming your brain ; Week 4 (and beyond): Your new relationship) --
Epilogue.
Responsibility: Catherine Price.

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Conquer your phone addiction in just 30 days, and discover a happier, healthier and more fulfilled you.  Read more...

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This book should be number one! -- Chris Evans * The Chris Evans Breakfast Show, BBC Radio 2 * '. . .a comprehensive, step-by-step solution to spending less time with your phone and more time doing Read more...

 
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