What’s better than a TED talk? A TED talk about electronics and its negative impacts on your children of course! Educate yourself and protect your children from becoming impacted by TV’s harmful consequences.
Don’t miss out on what pediatrician and parent, Dimitri Christakis, has to say about, TV and the affect it has on brains…but not just any brains… your children’s!
If a music video about stepping away from electronics doesn’t get you excited, we’re not sure what will.
Not only cute, but also educational; this video reveals the truths about our societies dependence on electronics.
We all use social media. Why? Well that’s simple. To be social of course! But when exactly is being social TOO social?
We may not be experts, but it’s safe to assume that when social media is causing problems in your relationship, something has to change. No, this does not mean that you have to deactivate all your accounts and hide from the world in order for you to have a happy and healthy relationship. You may just need to make minor adjustments. Find out proper social media etiquette that can possibly save your relationship.
So you’ve challenged yourself to “Be Free,” from electronics and the Internet for one day a week throughout the month of April. But what if you were challenged to “Be Free” for 365 days, consecutively? Could you do it? Is that even possible?!
Believe it or not, a year without the Internet is possible, and has been done. In a TED talk, Paul Miller, an American Technology Journalist from Springfield, Missouri, describes the experience he had during an entire year without Internet access. Watch this and find out what he learned on this difficult (but NOT impossible) task.
Just when you thought you couldn’t do anything to get your children’s attention at the dinner table…
A cute little video that puts a spin on what normally happens at the dinner table. Try this at home, and you’ll have your kids second-guessing whether they should whip out their cell phones while having a family meal.
As social media becomes more popular, families ironically become less social. Find out how your family can have it’s cake, and eat it too.
Social media is fun. But when it starts tarring your family apart, you may start second guessing that. Good news. With just a bit of direction, you and your family can learn how to intertwine these two social worlds.
You may not think that “killing” the Internet at home would be a good choice, but there are people that can argue.
In this blog, author Joshua Fields Millburn, comments on his life without the Internet in his home. Believe it or not, he says it’s the best and most productive thing he’s ever done. Learn the benefits of banning the Internet from your home. In addition receive tips and guidance on how to start your own test-trial (if you’re brave enough).
You’ve had a long day at work, and all you’re looking to do is get home, sit back, relax, and tune out the world as you watch your favorite television show. We’re all guilty of this, even the family members that you’re living with. Solution? Read on!
Coming up with creative family activities can be difficult, especially after a long day. However, with this little cheat sheet handy, you can spend less time thinking of something to do, and more time actually doing it.
Remember that bit about first impressions? We get an impression of person or a space in the blink of an eye. What would be the impression of your home from someone visiting your home for the first time? How would they feel approaching and then entering your home? Would they be stumbling over shoes, garbage, piles of mail and catalogs?
In feng shui, this area is known as the “Mouth of Chi” or primary portal for energy to enter your home. If you have clutter there it creates stagnant chi and attracts poor feng shui into your home, lessening your chances for....