Now that it’s 2020, I have read several posts on social media playfully acknowledging this date in time as a period within which to view the world with increased visual clarity.
As I age, so too do my eyes. Even with my glasses on, I struggle with seeing smaller print on menus, especially when...Read Looking Up, Around and Ahead in 2020
Sara was a guest on Sirius XM radio on Canada Now, about parents using their cell phones when they’re around their kids.Listen to Using cell phones around your kids
Ever feel like you spend half your time managing other family members’ behaviour, especially when it has to do with technology?
Up until recently, every month, as the days drew closer to the end of our cell phone and internet billing cycle, I waited for the alert letting me know that we had co...Read Setting limits with data and beyond
At a movie theatre last week, during the commercials that preceded the movie we had paid to see, I literally jumped in my seat and gasped out loud as I viewed, for the first time, images of a young man who, in the previous few seconds is seen picking up and glancing at his phone on the passenger sea...Read #BothHandsOnTheWheel
Article in Parents Canada about screening screen time – beginning with our own. How too much screen time may cause us to miss out on learning from each other.Read Why screen time needs to be screened
Sara offers advice on why screen time needs to be screenedRead Why screen time needs to be screened
Sara chimes in on whether or not you should get your tween a cell phoneRead Should you get your tween a cell phone?
Sara is quoted in article by Linda White in Sun Media’s 24 hours newspaper on how to get kids to stay within the limits of their cell phone plan.Read Cellphones teach responsibility