Log Off: Digital Detox for the Extremely Online

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Spruce Books
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5.0 X 7.0 X 0.5 inches | 0.4 pounds

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About the Author
SAMMY NICKALLS has been an editor at Adweek and Esquire, and is currently a freelance writer for Teen Vogue. You can find her work at outlets including Observer, SELF, To Write Love on Her Arms, VICE, Vulture, and the Wall Street Journal. Sammy is a graduate student pursuing her master's degree in clinical mental health counseling at Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania. In 2015, she created the hashtag #TalkingAboutIt, which invites social media users to share about their mental health openly and honestly. The hashtag has been mentioned in outlets including Cosmopolitan, The Mary Sue, The New Republic, and New York Times. In 2020, Sammy Nickalls spoke to experts about therapy and other mental health options in the age of social distancing for the Teen Vogue article "How to Get Mental Health Help During the Pandemic." She is the author of Log Off: Self-Help for the Extremely Online, a digital minimalist workbook, and currently resides in Pennsylvania.
"A realistic guide to digital detoxing that gives readers tools to help them put down their devices and improve their mental health, all while recognizing that social media isn't an all-or-nothing game."
--Teen Vogue

"[A] workbook to reset your relationship with your phone."
--NPR, Life Kit