Take time to think. Be inspired. Be present.

Get productive. Get balanced. Have bright ideas again.

Reflect. Reconnect with yourself. With nature. With life.

The Distraction Trap

Frances Booth is one of the UK's leading experts in digital distraction and digital detox and is author of The Distraction Trap: How to Focus in a Digital World (Pearson). Feeling frazzled? Sick of your smartphone? The Distraction Trap will help you think clearly again. The Distraction Trap is available in English, French, Korean and Italian, and is also being translated into Arabic, Spanish and Chinese. Buy The Distraction Trap

The joy of words

Are you a writer or an aspiring writer? Do you need some motivation or inspiration for your writing? Frances enjoys passing on an enthusiasm for words, and runs one-to-one advice sessions for writers, aspiring writers and authors. You can 'walk and talk' as you discuss your writing, or if you're further afield, talk via Skype. Frances has worked as an author, blogger, journalist, editor and copywriter and has lots of tips to pass on!

Digital detox sessions

These one-to-one sessions help you get back in balance and regain a sense of control over how you use digital devices. You'll get individual time with digital distraction expert, Frances Booth, to help you tackle the specific issues you are dealing with. Swap feeling overwhelmed for being inspired. Swap not having enough time for a sense of calm. Many of us are struggling to find balance in a digital world. That's normal! These sessions can help.


Frances Booth provides consultancy for major corporations such as Lloyd's of London on topics around digital distraction, digital detox and finding balance in the digital world. She has advised major global technology companies as well as specialist groups such as parent groups. When you work with Frances, you'll benefit from her extensive expert knowledge of this field and her insight on these issues. She enjoys tackling challenging questions.

On distraction

"I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots."

Albert Einstein

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