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

Book for remote workers to reconnect with nature.

Remote workers spend hours staring at screens. However, research shows that a lot of remote workers have chosen this way of life so they can travel and reconnect with nature.

Turns out what we need is more nature, not less technology.

Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age: How to feel better without logging off by Sue Thomas, provides insight about our obsession with nature and technology and how they work together to inspire our lives.

About the Author

Sue Thomas' most recent book is Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age (2017). Other titles include Technobiophilia: nature and cyberspace (2013), a study of nature metaphors in internet culture and language; the cyberspace memoir/travelogue Hello World: travels in virtuality (2004); the novels Correspondence (short-listed for the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 1992, The James Tiptree Award, and the European Science Fiction Award) and Water (1994); an edited anthology Wild Women: Contemporary Short Stories By Women Celebrating Women (1994), and Creative Writing: A Handbook For Workshop Leaders (1995). She has written for a wide range of publications including The Guardian, Orion Magazine, Slate, and many others. She was born in Leicestershire, England, in 1951. Her first novel, Correspondence (1992), attracted wide attention in the UK, USA, and Europe. She founded the trAce Online Writing Centre at Nottingham Trent University in 1995 and became Professor of New Media at De Montfort University in 2005. Since 2013 she has been a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University and writes full-time.