Virtual Event - Thursday, May 7th at 6:30 pm - Jordan Reid in conversation with Jamie Stone discusses "The Big Activity Book for Digital Detox"
Join us on Thursday, May 7th at 6:30 pm for a virtual event with Jordan Reid to discuss The Big Activity Book for Digital Detox! Joining her in conversation will be Jamie Stone.
This event is free to attend and will be held on Crowdcast. Register here!
If you are a person on Planet Earth, you will benefit from disconnecting from the internet and reconnecting with life outside your phone screen. Part journal, part coloring book, part advice on how to chill, The Big Activity Book for Digital Detox -- the next installment in the much-adored and wildly popular Big Activity Book series -- is an outlet for anyone who wants to laugh through the absurdity of the digital age. In a time when you can get carpal tunnel from texting too much, it’s important to reprogram yourself to be more human (which definitely won’t happen when you're awake at 2:00 AM reading your ex’s horoscope).
Activities and prompts include:
- What is this influencer lying on?
- Put Mark Zuckerberg in his natural habitat!
- Digital Detox Bingo
- 10 things to do outside right now
- Craft with your obsolete phone cords
When you’re yearning for freedom from your devices, find a pen and turn to the pages of this timely, hilarious book. You don’t even need to tweet about how retro you are or geotag the coffee shop where you read it. Soon enough -- with Erin and Jordan by your side -- you’ll find that life without filters looks good on you.
Jordan Reid is the founding editor of the lifestyle blog Ramshackle Glam and the author of two parenting and style memoirs. Her hobbies include creating unnecessary complications, insomnia, and maintaining an impressive collection of fake plants. She lives in California with her two children, twin orange cats, and a Roomba named Thanos.
Jamie Stone is a former beauty and fashion publicist/social media expert, turned blogger. After years of working on the PR and marketing side of the beauty industry, Jamie took her insider knowledge and started HonestlyJamie.com, where she uses her former background to decipher between which products really work and what’s just marketing magic.