11 episodes

Tune into the JOMOcast and join founders and creators in embracing the joy of missing out to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

How we live with technology matters. It matters to our work, our relationships, our creativity, and our communities. JOMO is gaining momentum as a conscious choice to disconnect from digital drain and reconnect to the tangible joys of life. Life isn't straight forward and there's no one-size-fits-all solution to finding balance in a wired world. Find yours. Experience joy. With host Christina Crook.

About Christina Crook

Christina Crook is an award-winning author and in-demand speaker with engagements including the Young Presidents’ Organization, World Vision and the All Tech is Human Summit. Her 2015 book, The Joy of Missing Out: Finding Balance in a Wired World, helped pioneer the field of digital well-being and established her as a leading voice on technology and human flourishing. Her commentary on technology and daily life has appeared in international media, including The New York Times, Psychology Today and Glamor Brasil. She is widely considered the leader of the global #JOMO movement and is a founding member of the Digital Wellness Collective. Christina co-leads JOMO + Digital Wellness Retreats, a series of events designed to help digitally weary attendees learn to have a healthier relationship with technology.

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The JOMOcast with Christina Crook Christina Crook / JOMO

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 21 Ratings

Tune into the JOMOcast and join founders and creators in embracing the joy of missing out to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

How we live with technology matters. It matters to our work, our relationships, our creativity, and our communities. JOMO is gaining momentum as a conscious choice to disconnect from digital drain and reconnect to the tangible joys of life. Life isn't straight forward and there's no one-size-fits-all solution to finding balance in a wired world. Find yours. Experience joy. With host Christina Crook.

About Christina Crook

Christina Crook is an award-winning author and in-demand speaker with engagements including the Young Presidents’ Organization, World Vision and the All Tech is Human Summit. Her 2015 book, The Joy of Missing Out: Finding Balance in a Wired World, helped pioneer the field of digital well-being and established her as a leading voice on technology and human flourishing. Her commentary on technology and daily life has appeared in international media, including The New York Times, Psychology Today and Glamor Brasil. She is widely considered the leader of the global #JOMO movement and is a founding member of the Digital Wellness Collective. Christina co-leads JOMO + Digital Wellness Retreats, a series of events designed to help digitally weary attendees learn to have a healthier relationship with technology.

jomocast.com

patreon.com/jomocast
hover.com/jomocast

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

AJPennoyer ,

Timely. Necessary.

A listen that is actually a reminder to claim what means most to me and to pursue those things. This is not only inspiring. Christina provides practical tools.

Doodle-sprints ,

Interesting exploration of our relationships with technology

I like the interesting variety of guests and that they are business people using technology in their businesses, whilst seeking to retain a good life/screen balance. Christina is a warm, down to earth articulate host asking insightful questions and opening up thought provoking conversations around our relationship with technology and what we gain and miss out on. Through the variety of conversations and guests one gets a wide view of the subject. Would recommend to anyone wanting to explore healthier use of technology and how to live a more present and meaningful life.

Jennifer_Toronto ,

Inspirational listening.

I’m really enjoying this podcast. Christina explores, in a thoughtful and relatable way, how to ditch the digital drain and focus on what truly matters - living mindfully and purposefully. Definitely recommend for anyone contemplating how technology has infiltrated every part of our lives.

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