I intentionally work from home most days. I’ve had an office on Main Street in a big high-rise, I’ve tried co-working spaces, and I’ve had my own building… but working from home is the greatest. HOWEVER, it’s not without its ongoing challenges that you must tackle and figure out if you’re going to run a … Continue reading Being a Productive Dad That Works From Home
He says “the idea of limiting screen time to the two hours a day of ‘quality educational screens’ is really a vestige of the television era that doesn’t apply today,” when kids do homework online and use tablets in school. — Read on www.wbur.org/commonhealth/2018/08/24/fortnite-habit-kid-problem Continue reading Vestigial notion of “screen time”
On the topic of whether parents should post about their kids’ college acceptance on Facebook, but a good reminder for all of us parents who grew up in a time before social media and are still figuring out its long term impacts on ourselves and our children: “This isn’t your moment, as much as it … Continue reading To Post or Not to Post About Your Kid’s Success?