Tired of looking at your screen? Well get off your ass and DO something! We’re spending so many hours a day watching TV, gaming, scrolling through timelines on social media and asking Google the weirdest questions. We’ve almost forgotten what it’s like to actually DO things. And that’s where this book comes in. 'The Book of Do-ness' is a very funny, practical and (un)useful guide for all the people out there who have the urge to spend less time being digital but who need a little nudge in the right direction.
The last decade has seen great change. We’ve entered the Digital Age. New products are released every day. It’s become unthinkable to live without our digital equipment. And that’s a good thing! We can entertain ourselves and communicate in so many more and exciting ways. It has made our lives easier, more fun and even more social.
Sara van de Ven is the Assistant Publisher and the PR & Publicity Manager for BIS Publishers. She studied Concepts & Brands, with a minor in Visual Culture, at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute. She’s also a freelance Graphic Designer, picture editor and loves to write funny short stories.
In the last few years Sara has become fascinated with man’s digital addiction. When she started looking more closely at how people around her use digital equipment, she realised she was just as addicted as everyone else. After talking to friends and family about why our phone,
|Press||“I highly recommend this book, it’s full of positive energy, ideas and tips to make you escape from your daily routine. Are you ready?”
“We have had Mindfulness and now we have Do-ness. We actually prefer this as Mindfulness. Partaking in the mundane and not being glued to a screen constantly calms you down and brings you back into the present.“
“Social media on your smartphone, gaming on your computer, endless watching TV.. - Sara van de Ven knocks you on your often seated, overweight ass and tells you kind hearted: Go outside, go and DO something!”
|Quote||"It’s a really good book idea."
- The Times UK
ISBN: 978 90 6369 451 7