Social Media is great for staying updated on those far away. But it has also made me more lonely since it’s replaced real conversations.
When should a child get a cell phone? Is it based on their age, on certain circumstances, their personality, or maybe a combination?
Before you judge someone with their nose in their device, think about the many things they could be doing for themselves and for their family. What do you use your phone for (besides phone calls)?
CoSchedule has made managing my social campaigns and blog so much easier. I love organization and CoSchedule keeps it all straight.
As a parent, it’s fun to share photos of your children with your family and friends. But we also have to be aware of their privacy.
The world is full of enough negativity, we shouldn’t add to it. There are many reasons to only post positively on social media.
“It doesn’t matter where your village is, or who your village consists of. Just find a village. Find a group of people that you can count on to cry with you, cheer for you, accept you, laugh with you, guide you, and help you through this crazy journey of parenting.”