I loved this conversation with Arianna Huffington for the paperback release of 24/6: Giving up Screens One Day a Week to Get More Time, Creativity, and Connection. We have known each other since the early Webby Awards days and it was great to talk about  technology, burnout, rituals, strategies on how to thrive our in our 24/7 world.

Co-presented by Book Passage Author Lecture Series (30 minutes)

Below are also links to things brought up by Tiffany, Arianna and the hundreds who tuned in live on zoom.

Here are some links to the things that were discussed and recommended in chat:

ThriveZP app to microstep your way to change

Thrive Global's Back to School Solutions, to help you navigate online home-schooling

Thrive Global phone bed charging station to put your phone to sleep each night

The Five-Minute Journal to frame your day with gratitude

750words.com,a good way to journal daily

The Social Dilemma, a must-see documentary

Youth 4 Youth Summit, this Saturday, which is partnering with The Social Dilemma to sound the alarm and raise awareness by youth for youth about the promise, perils and human impact of social networking platforms

LookUp.live, which helps young people manage their increasingly online lives

A compelling guide from Teens to Parents on tech use:Messages from Tech-Wise Teens Webinar for Parents, Nov. 19 Register here. by Children's Screentime Action Network

Power of Positivity, to learn more about the benefits of silence

GABB phone, the flip phone with better design that we got for our 11-year-old

The Light Phone, a simple phone designed by and for humans

Vote.org, to plan your voting strategy and track your vote. Vote early, in person if possible and track your vote.