How nature can restore balance in a busy world


It may be darker outside, but we can still enjoy the benefits of nature - let Joe Sugg show you how in this essential guide to fixing your relationship with the online world by bringing nature inside

For so long, we've all been drowning in an endless stream of online content.

NOW is the time to fix that - repair our relationship with tech, learn to check into nature, and improve our mental wellbeing.

As one of the UK's first and biggest YouTube stars, Joe Sugg knows this struggle all too well.

And now he has the solution: we need to bring nature inside.

In GROW, he will guide you through creative and practical ways to digitally detox wherever you live, without throwing away your tech, featuring . . .

· Simple ways to reduce your screen time
· A beginner's guide to gardening - inside and out
· Wildflowers and insects to look out for in nature
· The benefits of houseplants - and how not to kill them
· Personal stories from Joe's own journey
· Beautiful hand-drawn illustrations

Grow immerses us in a truly restorative journey that shows ways to balance our time online with the outdoors, and grow happier, healthier and calmer by doing so.

About the author

Joe Sugg

Joe Sugg is a YouTube sensation, actor and author. Having starred in the Kay Mellor BBC Drama Syndicate as Sam as well as starring in the hit West End musical Waitress as Ogie, which earned him rave reviews from critics. As of 2022, he has over 26 million followers across all social media channels and is an international star. Joe launched Margravine Management with Caspar Lee back in 2018. Margravine is a new talent management company that identifies, nurtures and elevates new talent in the digital sphere. Joe was also a finalist of one of the UK's largest shows, BBC's Strictly Come Dancing becoming one of the first 'social media' personalities to compete on the show. He's hosted The One Show and recently appeared on Countryfile speaking about the importance of British hedgerows, touching back on his roof thatching roots. Joe's own garden features on his vlogs and Instagram posts. In 2020 after living in a city flat with a small amount of outdoor space, Joe had to get creative in finding ways to bring nature into his life. He now lives in the rolling hills of the British countryside.
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