Two years ago, we moved across the country and moved into a much smaller home. We have a pretty good idea of what toys and items are worth hanging onto after that process! We’re sharing some of our favorites in our Screen-Free Gift Guide to help you with your gift-giving this year.read more
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Guest author, Spencer Sessions, courageously stepped away from his gaming addiction to create a life of meaning and purpose.read more
Master or slave? We have an assessment to help you evaluate your personal technology use. Changing your own mindset, environment, and habits will help you to lead your family to better screen time.read more
We are supporting a NEW movement called #fixappratings and we would love your help!read more
Do you ever feel scary, crazy, clueless, or controlling when it comes to technology and your kids? When we act out of fear, we tend to tighten our grip and overreact.read more
Dr. Dimitri Christakis, Director of the Center for Child Health, Behavior and Development at Seattle Children’s hospital recently gave an incredible presentation to parents on screen time and the developing brain. I’m sharing my favorite takeaways from his presentation.read more
Are you wondering if a simplified watch might the solution you’re looking for? Whitney Archibald of howshemoms.com shares her review of the Gizmo Gadget.read more
As we talked with our teen, we came up with five questions that each of us, (including the parents!), can ask ourselves before we spend any quality time with our phones. You can print this out and put it by your charging station or take a screen shot and save it as your phone’s wallpaper to help you check-in throughout the day.read more
As parents we have to decide when (or if) we want our teens to use a smartphone.
We recently worked with our teen as she transitioned from a feature phone (flip phone) to a locked-down smartphone. This idea comes from our four-phase process.
In this post, we share some help on making this transition!read more
If we have strong bonds with other humans, we are much less likely to seek fulfillment in other ways. Johann Hari said, “The opposite of addiction is not sobriety; the opposite of addiction is connection.”
In this article Lyndsey Wells shares ten easy, screen-free ideas to help you connect with your kids today!read more