Digital Brain Switch (DBS), one of the founding projects associated with the Balance Network, has published a pamphlet summarising their main findings, here. DBS was motivated by a need to understand how the rise in the use of modern communication technologies might affect individuals’ ability to manage transitions across work-life boundaries. For many people today, flexible working practices, supported by mobile and digital technologies, have become commonplace. At the same time, our personal lives are a hive of digital activity. It seems that we are always ‘online’, ‘available’ or ‘connected’ across all aspects of our lives. They asked 45 individuals to keep video diaries of their everyday activities and take part in interviews about their experiences of switching between different areas of their lives.