The things we're most proud of in life - the child we're raising; the marathon we completed; the major project we hit out of the park - these required all of us: all of our attention, all of our love, all of our effort. Could we control the outcome? No. Were we all in? Yes. These effortful pursuits are what digital well-being pioneer Christina Crook calls good burdens. In thoughtful prose, The Marie Kondo of Digital's insightful follow up to the acclaimed The Joy of Missing Out makes the case for increasing intentionality in our day to day lives, unlocking the building blocks of joy, and offering concrete solutions for flourishing in the digital age. Using historical data, real-life stories from leading mindful teach leaders, and rich personal narrative, Good Burden advocates for a realignment of our energies, online and off, towards effortful pursuits - cultivating relationships, community, and creative projects that bring lasting joy.