SAVE YOUR HEAD

(and the heads of people you love) with a Honey Girl pillow!

Honey Girl Books and Gifts is committed to helping people rediscover the joys of a simpler time. One of the ways we do this is by encouraging people to curb the use of cellphones and other hand-held digital devices, especially during evening activities and before bedtime.

STEP ONE:

Become informed about the health hazards of cell phones and bright lights on your eyes.

Here are a few reliable sources to start:

 

Benoit Denizet-Lewis, "Why Are More American Teenagers than Ever Suffering from Severe Anxiety?" New York Times Magazine (10/11/17). 


Perri Klass, M.D, “To Help Children Sleep, Go Dark,” New York Times (3/05/18).

Sandee LaMotte, "Smartphone Addiction Could be Changing your Brain," CNN (12/1/17).

 

Farhad Manjoo, "Even the Tech Elite are Worried about Digital Addictions," New York Times (2/14/18).


National Cancer Institute, "Cell Phones and Cancer Risk Sheet."

Casey Schwartz, “Save Us from our Phones!” New York Times (August 16, 2018): D1, D4.

Rachel Siegel and Craig Timberg, "World Health Officials Take a Hard Line on Screen Time for Kids. Will Busy Parents Comply?" Washington Post (4/24/19). 

STEP TWO:

Purchase a HGBG pillow. All our pillows come with a handy pocket in the back.

STEP THREE: 

When your day is done (or any time!), turn off the cell phone or digital device.

Place it in the pocket of your HGBG pillow. 

 

STEP FOUR:

Relax, reconnect with the people you love (including yourself), and let your head get some rest.

STEP FIVE (optional):

Gradually lengthen the amount of time your device is resting each day. Start small (5-10 minutes), then try 15 minutes, 30 minutes, and more. Over time, if you stick with this discipline, we guarantee you will start to feel different: calmer, more centered, and happier.

Honey Girl Books and Gifts LLC, Seattle WA 98116     juliawsea@gmail.com 
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