How to Break Up With Your Phone is being published in 26 countries and translated into 18 languages. It's been featured in publications and on shows and podcasts including The New York Times, CBS This Morning, The Los Angeles Times, the Dr. Oz Show, NPR's Here and Now, the BBC World News Service, Good Morning America, 10% Happier with Dan Harris, Wired, Time Magazine, Recode, the Financial Times, FiveThirtyEight, and most major newspapers in Britain, among many others.
United States & Canada:
The New York Times: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
CBS News: "How to Break Up With Your Phone" (text, video, podcast)
Los Angeles Times: "Can You Go Without Your Phone for 24 Hours?"
Philadelphia Magazine: "Catherine Price's Modest Proposal"
Time Magazine: "9 Ways to Finally Stop Spending So Much Time On Your Phone"
FiveThirtyEight: "How to Break Your Phone Addiction"
Reddit AMA: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
Salon: "How to Break Up With Your Phone" (via Alternet)
The Last Word on Nothing: "How We Broke Up With Your Phones. (Sort Of.)"
Parade Magazine: "How Your Smartphone Is Making You Dumb (And What to Do About It)"
Thrive Global: Your Phone Is Designed to Addict You
Allure Magazine: "What an Internet Rehabilitation Program Is Really Like"
Health Magazine: "7 Scary Things You Never Knew About Cell Phone Addiction"
Women's Health: "I Broke Up With My Phone for a Month—Here's What Happened"
Cosmopolitan: "4 Ways to Stop Being So Addicted to Your Phone"
CBCNews Eye Opener Q&A: "Break Up With Your Phone by Deciding What You Want Out of Life"
Books for Better Living: "So Long, Smartphone. Hello, Freedom!"
Psychology Today: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
Alternet: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
MindBodyGreen: "Seven Phone Habits of Highly Effective People"
Julie's Bookshelf: "Review: How to Break Up With Your Phone"
Innovation and Tech Today: "Are You in an Unhealthy Relationship With Your Smartphone?"
Lincoln Star Journal: "How to Break Up With Your Phone and Still Remain Friends"
Memphis Flyer: "Are You As Smart As Your Smartphone?"
Refinery 29: "What Happened When I Broke Up With My Phone"
The Daily Mail (Part 1 of 2): "Yes, You Can Kick Your Phone Addiction: A Fascinating New Book Tells You How to Stop"
The Daily Mail (Part 2 of 2): "The new sanity-saving book which reveals how you can break free from the chains of email"
The Times (Polly Vernon): "How Long Can You Cope Without Your Mobile?"
The Guardian: "Breaking Up (With My Smartphone) Is Hard to Do" (Rhik Samadder)
The Telegraph: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
The Evening Standard: "How to Break Up With Your Phone in 30 Days"
The Pool: "Smartphone Addiction Made Me Restless, Anxious and Muddled," by Sali Hughes
Sunday Telegraph: "Can These Books Help Me Keep My New Year's Resolutions?"
Marie Claire UK (February)
Venetia Falconer You Tube (around 3:33)
Grazia Magazine, Polly Vernon (Grazia also chose How to Break Up With Your Phone as the #1 trend of 2018)
The Weekly Review (Australia): "How to Break Up With Your Smartphone"
ABC News Australia: "Have an Unhealthy Relationship With Your Phone? It Might Be Time You Broke Up"
Sydney Morning Herald: "Mobile Phones Have Ruined Our Ability to Think Straight"
The Age (Australia): "I Turned Off My Phone—And Rediscovered The World"
Nine.com Honey (Australia): "Why Easing Your Mobile Phone Addiction is Beneficial to You"
News.com.AU: "I Broke Up With My Phone For a Day"
Mentions from nice people on the internets:
Singer/Songwriter Laura Veirs
ABC Good Morning America Weekend Download with Dan Harris (and 10 Percent Happier podcast)
CBS This Morning: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
The Morning Show 7 Australia: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
"What the Tech": "Smartphone Addiction"
NPR "Here and Now": "Breaking Up Is Hard—Especially When It's With Your Smartphone"
CBS This Morning Podcast: "How to Break Up With Your Phone"
WHYY: Radio Times
Recode: Too Embarrassed to Ask
"It's Your Health" with Lisa Davis
"Something You Should Know" with Mike Carruthers
Financial Times: "Business Book Challenge" (with Isabel Berwick, and Emma Jacobs)
Recommended by John Dickerson on Slate's Political Gabfest (March 15)
BBC Science Focus: "Why You Should Break Up With Your Phone" (starts at minute 16)
Techtonic with Mark Hurst
BYU Radio: Top of Mind
"Give and Take" with Scott Jones
The Hidden Why Guy podcast
BYU Radio "Top of Mind"
Featured in the December 13th episode of The High Low podcast
Upcoming mentions and appearances in/on BBC World News Service, Redbook, New Scientist, and Glamour, among others.