My Brain Has Too Many Tabs Open: Untangle Your Relationship with Tech - Revised and Updated
‘Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed by your digital life? Do you long for a healthier, happier relationship with technology? Look no further. In this captivating self-help toolkit, Goodin expertly navigates the complexities of our digital age, offering invaluable insights, thought-provoking dilemmas, and practical solutions to help you reclaim control.’ Vex King
For anyone who has lost their way in the online world, digital detox expert Tanya Goodin offers a tech-versus-life toolkit to deal with the escalating consequences of harmful habits.
This book examines 24 personal stories of people wrestling with common technology problems, from a little girl yearning for her mother to put down her phone, to a taxi driver concerned about his son’s gaming addiction.
Learn how to recognise and label dependent behaviours – both of yourself and others – and find simple, easy solutions in this book.
About the Author
Tanya Goodin is an author and expert commentator on digital detox, screens and children, digital addiction, tech dependency and work:life balance. She has appeared on BBC Breakfast, Sky News, CCTV (China State TV), ITN London News, BBC R4 ‘Today’ Programme, BBC Woman’s Hour, the ITV National News, and the BBC World Service. Her articles can be found in The Guardian, London Evening Standard, Marie Claire, The Daily Mail and The Sun. Tanya runs digital detox retreats for adults and teenagers (@timetologgoff), and is a consultant for schools, couples, parents and companies of all sizes. Her podcast ‘It’s Complicated’ examines our relationship with our smart phones and includes inspiring guests such as Nikita Gill, Cal Newport, Hinge CEO Justin McLeod and Love Islander Dr Alex George.
Follow Tanya on Twitter and Instagram @tanyagoodin, and visit her website tanyagoodin.com.
Praise for My Brain Has Too Many Tabs Open: Untangle Your Relationship with Tech - Revised and Updated
'Goodin expertly navigates the complexities of our digital age.'—Vex King
‘Tanya Goodin’s new book is informative, alarming and galvanising.’
‘Better interact with the digital world to get the benefits without the anxiety.’