Refresh, rediscover and rejuvenate with this little book of big ways to change your life for the better.


“An excellent, engaging little digital detox book full of common sense advice to help us reconnect with ourselves and others.”

This canny little guide will help you log off and wake up to less stress and more time. Enjoy real experiences, real connections and real happiness.

Reset your boundaries with carefully crafted exercises, new outlooks and wise words.

Log off your social media. Turn off your notifications. Switch off your devices. And feel better.


  • Set your boundaries – practical suggestions for setting limits on screen use

  • Go with the flow – mindful activities to get ‘into the zone’ and build your focus and concentration

  • Get back to nature  – inspirations and ideas for getting off screens and getting outside

  • Tame your triggers – dealing with alerts, notifications and temptations

  • Choose analogue – analogue alternatives for wasting time online

  • Reconnect – rediscover the power of real world relationships



Lost without your phone? Exhausted? Unable to relax or focus? We tap, swipe and click on our devices 2,617 times per day. We spend more time online than we do asleep. With so many ways to stay connected, procrastinate and distract yourself, it’s not easy to let go. 

“The day it arrived I couldn’t put it down. Grateful to Tanya, the author, for great insight & inspiration presented in a highly engaging way without being remotely patronising or prescriptive. ‘Off’ merely serves to vocalise that inner voice we’ve all tried to ignore & offers many valuable suggestions to assist us in regaining control of our precious time.”


Tanya is the author of another two books on our complicated relationship with technology: ‘Stop Staring at Screens’ is out now. Tanya’s latest book ‘My Brain Has Too Many Tabs Open’ will be published in the US and Canada 9th November 2021 and is available for pre-order now.

Stop Staring at Screens!

“Perhaps the best compliment I can pay this is that as soon as I started reading this, my 13-year-old son started looking over my shoulder, and in short order said, “I want to read this as soon as you’re done. And I want to do this.”

My Brain Has Too Many Tabs Open

“Highly readable…attainable and realistic ways to reduce technology use and alleviate the burdens it can place on us as individuals and on our relationships.”