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Digitox: How To Find A Healthy Balance For Your Family's Digital Diet

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Is your family spending too much time online?

Digitox is the story behind Mark Ellis and his family’s decision to create “Tech free Sunday’s”. A day where there is no Internet usage – by choice. Meaning no email, social networking, texting or You Tube. Not even checking the weather forecast. The book covers their experiences over a three-year period and highlights the chall
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Paperback, 178 pages
Published April 25th 2017 by CultureTransform Limited
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Aug 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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I was pleased to have won this book in a recent Goodreads First Reads giveaway.

Excellent and well worth a read! I shall be passing this book on to my daughter to read, who has two children who claims their life's will be over if they didn't have their mobiles etc glued to their sides. I do recommend.
Laura
Jul 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
An excellent and timely read - when more and more of us are becoming reliant on our phones, iPads and everything else digital, this is a wake up call to anyone but especially those with children. I'm terrified of the forthcoming teenage years and want to navigate through them with my daughter on an even keel, I think that this book and the issues raised will help me plot our way.

The tone of writing isn't at all smug or condescending but illuminating and trustworthy.
Amelia
Aug 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Awesome and inspiring read. Made a real difference to how we live our lives with tech.

Highly Recommend
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Mark Ellis is the father of four children, a tech industry veteran of 20 years and the author of Digitox - a book that will make you and your family happier, healthier, safer and smarter in a society that increasingly demands constant, unsustainable attention.

Mark was given his first computer aged 10. After graduating with a first class honours degree in Business Studies & Technology he joined
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