Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age: How to feel better without logging off

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50 ways to get closer to nature and increase digital wellbeing.

Read why online nature really is good for us and find out how our smartphones, tablets and computers connect us to the natural world. Learn how to bring your own digital life closer to nature. This book is not about giving up technology, it’s about opening up your life. What we need is more nature, not less technology.

Sue Thomas

Sue Thomas

I write about life, nature and technology. I'm especially interested in digital wellbeing and the practicalities of integrating the physical with the virtual. I'm currently writing 'The Fault in Reality'. My most recent book is 'Nature and Wellbeing in ...

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