Wednesday, February 14

How to Break Up With Your Phone


How to Break Up With Your Phone by Catherine Price

The size of this book is smaller than a traditional paperback but larger than a trade paperback. The cover is attractive. When my husband saw it sitting on the coffee table, immediately reached for the book. He's not a big reader, so the fact that he was interested in looking through this book should say something about how eye-catching the cover is and how important the topic is.

This book is practical. It's informational. It's a good read for anyone struggling with phone addiction...which honestly, might be most of the world. Phones are no longer a "want," they have become a "need," and phone addiction is so common that it's accepted as normal. I wanted to read this book to help shake me of my bad phone habits. And I wanted to read this book because I'm sick - so very sick - of how much time it robs me of during the day. If you reach for your phone like a nervous tick or just want to read more about phone addictions, this is a great resource.


Disclaimer: This book was provided to me free of charge from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review. All the opinions expressed are completely my own.

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