Take time to think. Be inspired.

Get productive. Get balanced. Have bright ideas again.

Reflect. Reconnect. Restore.

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). The Distraction Trap has been translated into six languages, including Korean and Spanish, and is a highly influential book in this field. With a 9-step process, the book helps you focus and get balanced while negotiating the digital demands that are part of daily life. Buy The Distraction Trap

A Writer for All Seasons

This is an essential handbook for every writer, covering the barriers and blocks writers face throughout their writing journey. If you’ve hit a block, it will help you get productive, recapture the joy of writing and get your story out to the world. If you’ve always wanted to write but keep putting it off, this book is also for you. Frances is an experienced author and journalist, and in this book she passes on an enthusiasm for words to other writers. A Writer for All Seasons

Expert advice

Frances is a thought leader in the fields of digital distraction and digital detox. Her Forbes blog on productivity and managing distractions attracted more than 15,000 readers a month. She is regularly called on by the media to comment on digital life, and has been featured in many publications including Wired, BBC Radio, Vanity Fair, The Huffington Post and Sky News. Frances has extensive editorial experience, having worked for UK national newspapers since 2004.


Frances has advised clients worldwide including major corporations such as Lloyd's of London and global telecommunications companies. She has spoken at business and entrepreneur events and run corporate training sessions. Her areas of expertise include digital distraction, digital detox and balance in the digital world. She is also an expert in editorial content and writing. Consultancy projects are on a selected basis only. Get in touch to discuss.

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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