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Form a good reading habit.

Do it only once per day.

Choose when to get the digest
No more interruptions in the day
Read when and how you want

Read news only once.

We are constantly checking our news feeds (usually on our phones), and it's known that's not good for our health.

A good habit to form is to reduce the frequency at which we read the news (including "not really news" like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc.), but that's not very easy when the devices we're using are built to keep us mindlessly engaged.

So you can try to start a routine where you set aside a time in the day to receive and read the news once per day, and no more.

Delete all your apps and get your news from only one source. A daily digest.

Your overall health should improve greatly with such a good habit.

"News, calm" helps with that, and it's only $20 / year.

How does "News, calm" help?

By receiving a single email with "the news" per day, you are able to decide when to create a time-block to read the news, and not need to check it again on that day.

Try it out. You'll see it's a great new habit.

Start 14-day free trial

No credit card required.

$20 / year after.

Cancel anytime.

What do I need to use it?

You just need a browser and an email address. If you're seeing this, you probably already have both.

How does it work?

Every day, you will get an email with the titles and links to the new articles (or websites with new content), and that's it.

What's the price?

$20 per year after the initial 14-day free trial. No credit card required. Cancel anytime.

"I was really happy to find a way to keep reading the websites I like to read, but without having to check them out multiple times per day. Bruno has been really responsive with my questions and help with websites that din't work initially."

Ann Z.

"Every morning I'm excited to receive this email with everything that happened the day before. I no longer have to keep scrolling social media mindlessly, and I feel like I've got more time in the day to focus on other things."

Jay K.