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Human Spaces – excerpt from Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age

Human Spaces is a brilliant resource for information about ‘spaces designed with the human in mind’ so I’m very pleased that they’ve published an excerpt from my new book. Read it here Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age | Human Spaces

OUT NOW Paperback edition of ‘Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age’

When I published the Kindle edition of ‘Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age, I was quite surprised to find that lots of people I know don’t read e-books at all. They asked for a paperback version and I didn’t have one. But now I do.  It’s on sale at Amazon from today, so if you prefer paperbacks to e-books, now you can get one!

Is the paperback different from the e-book?

Just a tiny bit – the paperback includes a few images which were difficult to incorporate into the e-book. I’ve updated the structure and cover to match the paperback, so if you own an older copy of the e-book you’ll notice some changes to the way the content is organised, and some of the headings have changed, but basically it’s pretty much the same.

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Digital Wellbeing Facebook Group

Join me in Facebook to discuss your own experiments and ideas on how we can feel better without logging off. There’s a lot to talk about!

 

Podcast: Find Your Tech-Nature Balance with Sue Thomas, hosted by Lisette Sutherland

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST  ‘Find Your Tech-Nature Balance’

In May this year, Lisette Sutherland asked to interview me for her website Collaboration Superpowers. Lisette and her colleagues run workshops and offer advice on how to be location independent; how to feel comfortable working from anywhere and, importantly, how to build camaraderie on your remote team. Their podcasts tell the stories of remote teams  and how they work together online.

The people who listen and contribute to this great series of podcasts work in all kinds of situations – home alone, moving around nomadically in different places and countries, or in collaborative workplaces. What they all have in common is the flexibility to design and create their own workspace and lifestyle, and that is where technobiophilia comes in.

When you work online for many hours a day, it’s easy to get stuck sitting indoors at a desk, but it doesn’t have to be like that.   In this podcast, Lisette and I discuss ways to bring your digital life closer to nature, and talk about the practical tips in my new Kindle book ‘Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age’ (which now, by the way, has a new and rather lovely cover photo. I took it myself on a beach in Dorset, close to my home.)

I hope you enjoy our conversation!