{Review}: How To Break Up With Your Phone


This is going to be the shortest review I’ve ever written, I’m pretty sure. But first, why did I pick up this book? Because I fully 100% admit that I spend way too much time on my phone, and I have to make a great effort to stay off it. I leave my phone home, I put it on my purse, I leave it in my car when my goal is to stay present. If I have my phone in my pocket, I WILL pick it up. It’s like a nervous tic.

I’m not sure what I was hoping to find in How To Break Up With Your Phone by Catherine Price, but  but everything in this book is nothing that hasn’t been written in countless articles in the past decade. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you won’t learn anything new.  The advice here is fairly common sense and the “program” is a little ridiculous.  Just put your phone down.

It’s not a terrible book, by any means. It’s easy to read, enjoyable but just…what was the point? For me, not much.

But if you really have no clue, and want some structure and guidance in giving up your dependency on your phone, then this is probably the book for you. You can buy it HERE.


{I received a copy of this book from Blogging for Books for review purposes. This post contains affiliate links, which means I recieve a small commission when you shop from my link.}

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