Anchor your TVs, people!
In our house, screen time is limited to 30 minutes per weekday, no matter what. The ticket system allows my kids to have a healthy understanding of limitations, hard work and payoff for their efforts.
By: Rachael Rettner, MyHealthNewsDaily Staff Writer Published: 01/07/2013 12:05 AM EST on MyHealthNewsDaily It's important
In my humble opinion, "TV Time" is a crucial tool to re-open the lines of communication and tear down the silos we've built around ourselves. This New Year, make time for "TV Time."
This week, we learned that SpongeBob, representing a certain vein of fast-paced children’s television, is bad for little
If you watch TV mindfully and purposefully, it can be a source of happiness. If you watch it passively, automatically, and for want of anything better to do, it can be a drain on happiness.
If you are brave enough, I recommend taking on a "no-screen week" as a powerful tool to help children reset their biological batteries.