November 7th, 2013
12:33 PM ET

Zuckerberg's Sister Advocates Tech-Life Balance

Mark Zuckerberg's sister Randi Zuckerberg is now an author of two books.

Though Zuckerberg  may be Silicon Valley royalty, she tells "New Day's" Kate Bolduan her books focus on untangling life in the age of social media.

Her first book is called "Dot Complicated: Untangling Our Wired Lives,"  and she wrote a children's edition entitled "Dot."

Zuckerberg highlights a tech-life balance and says:

"I'm definitely not advocating a complete disconnect or complete unplug, that's not realistic for most of us who want to stay employed or stay connected to people. But what I am thinking is that people, we've reached this point where we feel like we just need to be always on. Always answering emails 24/7 connected, and the pendulum needs to swing back a little bit for us to reclaim a bit of our own time so that we can be thoughtful and creative and in the moment of our lives."

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