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Sean Champ 1h
Is there a metric, as yet, for amount of a purported web site provides for commercial advertising, embedded w/i the content itself? Asking because altho Splinter is not in all ways like BuzzFeed - as far as Venues for Reportage - but ech. in "Top Stories"
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kadar 2h
Kids play = Adults work (assuming you're lucky to be in a line of work you love) a reassuring, down to earth, balanced and aware approach to limiting children's
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Screenformation Jan 17
Active play decreased due to avg. 40,000 hours sedentary instead of how kids used to spend every day. Active time is less than 1/10th what it was before screens. For those who don't remember a normal kid day:
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@TimeTokens Jan 19
. Thanks so much for sharing our Q&A with 🌟🌟🌟
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Annatude 3h
Finally decided to start paying attention to my report. Almost 3.5 hours is still too much, but it’s way better than my average of about 7 hours per day. I’ll take it. Baby steps.
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Stepping Stone House 6h
is given too much blame as a concern when it comes to our . So what are the real issues? Read more via
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Kent-Teach Jan 11
Latest guidance from leading paediatricians state that parents should worry less about children's screen use according to this article. Instead, it has published a series of questions to help families make decisions about their use:
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Olga 🕊✝️❤️ Jan 19
There’s people that rather watch YouTube on their phone than on their tv. Having it in front of them! The dry eye epidemic is not surprising.
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Old Woman’s Chair 17h
what is your weekly average.
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Paula Al-Soufi 40m
Take responsibility as parent to set healthy boundaries for your kids , they will not be doing it themselves
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Sunflower Trust Jan 15
You may think trying to prise your child from their screen is going to be a battle, but here at Sunflower, we believe our six screen substitutes will encourage them to make other choices sometimes.
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UberTrades Jan 19
Replying to @Klein260
and as the other side opens up, a low-risk, very high reward trade opens up too. However, one has to look for “that moment”. It’s taken me many years and loads of pain to master that, but I have to say, the rewards are well worth once learnt.
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Florence Ann Romano Jan 17
When you just *need* 15 kid-free minutes to decompress, technology can be the ultimate sanity savor. (Thank you, 🙏🏻). In moderation, tech time isn't bad. But when it comes to , where should draw the line? Learn more here:
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iExotic Jan 19
My reduced to 47m per day last week... woohoo!!
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two|pr Jan 19
How much should a child get? What's the best way to introduce your to ? Get the answers to these questions and more in 's new book
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Animate Behavior Jan 14
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Therapy Academy Jan 14
“We need to stop blaming kids, it’s learned behaviour. We’re doing it and they’re doing it.” Why parents need to address their own smartphone use and lead by example to help prevent screen in their children
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Cool Mom Picks Jan 19
We love the idea of a tech-free sacred spaces!
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LJ 21h
Yesssss. Slowly fixing my addiction.
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es and oil trader✝️ Jan 17
Did u know most HIGHS or lows for the week are made on Mondays and Fridays? Tomorrow is Friday.. said earlier Longs only or sit out daily bar hammer?
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