This week, I decided to take a short social media break to focus on my mental health and on healing my emotions and get back on track. In today's For You Friday episode, I sit and chat with you guys all about social media and we talk all about; How to know that you need a social media break, What to do to keep yourself busy, How to have less screen time, Do you think there are positive effects on our mental health from social media? Content creator feeling burnout and not as worthy, How to take a mental health day, How to not compare, How to make sure your content is unique, and How to post consistently. Social media is not an easy thing to let go of, even temporarily. But sometimes, we allow ourselves to become too consumed in content we see and make mindlessly scrolling a part of our routines. Thank you so much to everyone who supports me and my show! Make sure you guys tune in every Friday for a For You Friday solo episode and follow Olivia on Instagram @foryoufromeve to be a part of the next solo episode. Insta : https://www.instagram.com/foryoufromeve/ Where To Find Me : https://hoo.be/oliviaeveshabo Website : https://www.foryoufromeve.com/ Intro and Outro Music : Prod by Matthew J BetterHelp.com/FROMEVE Be Kind Xx
On today's Weekly Wildfire Update: Oregon Scraps Mandated Wildfire Risk Map Due to Inaccuracies. Starting over from scratch. Residents concerned about insurance and compliance measures. California mandates insurance companies cannot cancel polices of people effected by recent wildfires. Details and repercussions. Wildfires are Increasing AND Decreasing. It all depends on the timeline. A new paper talks about historical perspective. NY Times Says Screen Time is Healthier that Wildfire Smoke. “Keep kids indoors and give them an iPad. The new normal.” Plus more. THE HOTSHOT WAKE UP - Thank you to all of our paid subscribers. It allows us to generously donate to firefighter charities and supports all the content we provide. https://thehotshotwakeup.substack.com/
This week on the Plywood Podcast, we dive into the entrepreneurial journey of Heath Wilson, an entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Aro, which is working to make it easy to put down our phones so we can focus on the things that really matter. When someone enters Plywood with an idea, one of the questions we always ask is: "Why are you the person to solve this problem?" Heath answers this question during our interview with a vulnerable story that we can all relate to. Tune in to find ways we can better our technology habits and experience more real life.Learn More:GoAro.com---Welcome to the Plywood Podcast: Real talk for social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders.Plywood is a nonprofit in Atlanta leading a community of startups doing good. Over the past 12 years, we have worked with over 1000 startup founders and nonprofit leaders wrestling with the tensions of starting, growing, and sustaining.Think of The Plywood Podcast as a kitchen table conversation debating the pros and woes of running a business and sustaining a nonprofit. We dive into building business plans, sustaining relationships (personal and professional), diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, forming values while being a part of true cultural change for good, and so much more.Learn more about Plywood at PlywoodPeople.comPlywood is a non-profit in Atlanta leading a community of start-ups doing good. www.plywoodpeople.com
“Sleep deprivation alone will defy your willpower to be the perfect parent. Don't be perfect. Perfect is impossible. I invite people who are perfectionists to find me a perfect tree.” Many milestones are reached in the early years of child development, for the child and the parents. Understanding your child's behaviour creates a bond that fuels your child with confidence and courage to keep trying and developing. Children don't come with manuals but child development specialist, Chris Lake, has stepped up to offer his twenty years of experience witnessing and guiding autistic children through their milestones in his new book, Help Your Toddler Meet Their Milestones. He's discovered that the techniques he developed are powerful ways of helping all children, regardless of whether they're developmentally challenged or neuro-typical. You can find Chris's book, Help Your Toddler Meet Their Milestones, along with many other child development resources, on his website https://101behaviorhacks.com. Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent's Soul. www.Aaron.com
Parents are on it I hope. Screen Time and limiting your child's time on TV , Gaming, and social media is very important. Today we learn a lot from a child's point of view. We discuss whats a good time to be on and even sneak in a little talk about bed times. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kips-bay-digital-arts/message
This week on Spencer & Vogue, Spenny is in New York without a microphone, which is why he doesn't sound so fab, we're arguing over Vogue's upcoming birthday celebrations, Spen wrestles with who's his favourite child, we're chatting things that Irish people aren't ready to hear and find out that roasting each other, could actually be good for your relationship!Remember, if you want to get involved you can:Email us at Spencerandvoguepod@gmail.com OR find us on socials @voguewilliams @spencermatthewsListen and subscribe to Spencer and Vogue on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts.
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Recent study looked at the impact of screen time on duration of post-concussive symptoms 125 patients aged 12-25 diagnosed with a concussion were randomized to either abstain from or have unrestricted screen time for 48 hours after injury Patients with unrestricted screen time averaged approximately 5 hours/day of screen time Patients in the no screen time group averaged approximately 1 hour/day of screen time Statistically significant difference in duration of post-concussive symptoms Unrestricted screen time cohort averaged 8 days of post-concussive symptoms No screen time cohort averaged 3.5 days of post-concussive symptoms ED physicians should encourage patients to limit screen time as much as possible in the first 48 hours after a concussion to promote faster recovery from post-concussive symptoms References Macnow T, Curran T, Tolliday C, et al. Effect of Screen Time on Recovery From Concussion: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Pediatr. 2021;175(11):1124-1131. Summarized by Mark O'Brien, MS4 | Edited by John Spartz, MD & Erik Verzemnieks, MD The Emergency Medical Minute is excited to announce that we are now offering AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ via online course modules. To access these and for more information, visit our website at https://emergencymedicalminute.org/cme-courses/ and create an account. Donate to EMM today!
This episode has it all. The story of Jason's race. What happened when Jason's dog battled a skunk. And Mike realizing that maybe, just maybe his screen time has gotten out of control.Links Mentioned on the Show:Cap/No Cap15 Inspirational Mental Health Quotes Things That Can Affect Our Mental HealthFoodBest diet for mental health: Can certain foods help?Social MediaSocial Media May Be Affecting Your Mental Health. Here's How to Tell - CNET The Patreon page is live and we would love for you to support us! There are 3 different tiers to support us and each comes with some amazing perks. Learn more now! As always thank you so much for supporting the show.Our 1st Sponsor! Ervine's Auto Repair & Grand Rapids Hybrid They are the best in the business for car repair. Call them at 532-6600 or Ervines.comSubscribe to the newsletter so you don't miss anything we do, plus we drop bonus content in each newsletter!Subscribe on YouTube to watch us in the studio!New Community Facebook Group. Come join us to connect with some amazing Threadies!Join us on TikToK!-----You'll hear stories about real people who have dealt with depression, anxiety, addiction, self-doubt, or any other struggle they've faced on their journey through life. It doesn't matter where you are in your own story - there's something for everyone on this show!And if you need someone to talk to when it feels like things just aren't going well - reach out! We want nothing more than for every person who listens to this show to feel less alone in the world. Thank you so much for listening to us! We appreciate each and every one of you. Can you do us a favor? Tell someone about this podcast if you enjoy it. Also subscribe, rate, and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get our podcast from hereYou can find anything you would absolutely need from Threads Podcast here!This podcast was produced by Hey Guys Media Group LLC Are you looking to start a podcast? Need help with editing? Hey Guys can help! Check them out at Hey Guys Media GroupSupport the show
September 21st finally sees the Rogue One prequel, Andor, premiere its first three episodes on Disney+, telling the story of how the oh-so-sneaky thief Cassian Andor ended up becoming a spy working for the Rebel Alliance. Directed and written by the one and only Tony Gilroy, it looks to be a somewhat more 'grown up' adventure in a galaxy far, far away, and talking all about that on this particular Screen Time interview special we have Mr. Gilroy himself, as well as our lead, Diego Luna, plus Denise Gough, Kyle Soller, Genevieve O'Reilly and Adria Arjona. It's a bumper one this week, we know!
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What happens when films have to be recast on the fly? How might your favourite movies and lead characters looked had they been cast differently? To discuss some of Hollywood's all-time casting “what ifs”, Kieran was joined by John Fardy, presenter of Screentime on Newstalk...
In the previous episode we talked about the downsides of Streaming and Sleeping. We're going to put those tips into practice with a meditation for sleep that's better than any TikTok scroll spiral. LINKS Listen to the previous episode on the downsides of falling asleep watching a screen Follow @thespace_podcast on Instagram Watch @thespace_podcast on TikTok Follow @novapodcastsofficial on Instagram CREDITS Host: Casey Donovan @caseydonovan88 Writer: Amy Molloy @amymolloy Executive Producer: Elise Cooper Editor: Adrian Walton Listen to more great podcasts at novapodcasts.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Netflix and Snooze! Yes, we're guilty! A recent survey found 61 per cent of people fall asleep with the TV on. Streaming yourself to sleep ISN'T great on any levels. So, why do we do it AND how can we stop? LINKS Read ‘61% of people fall asleep while looking at a screen' 98five' Read ‘Sleeping With TV On: Is it Good or Bad?' from Greatist.com Read ‘Is Watching TV Series an Adaptive Coping Strategy During the COVID-19 Pandemic? Insights From an Italian Community Sample' from ForntiesIn.Org Follow @thespace_podcast on Instagram Watch @thespace_podcast on TikTok Follow @novapodcastsofficial on Instagram CREDITS Host: Casey Donovan @caseydonovan88 Writer: Amy Molloy @amymolloy Executive Producer: Elise Cooper Editor: Adrian Walton Listen to more great podcasts at novapodcasts.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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It's time to flip the switch and get your kids back. Most Christian families need a digital detox to help breakaway from our over reliance on technology today. Molly DeFrank is on the podcast to offer help. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
Are anger and aggression always bad? Is there room for genuine upset in the realm of respectful parenting? There is merit and validity to accepting our emotions, even the strong ones! In this episode Felica breaks down the idea of using anger as a touch point to meaningful and empathetic connection with our children. She discusses the value of not squandering our anger but finding space for it. Can we see anger without shame and allow it to guide us to connection with our kids? Can we be genuine with them so they can see us as a separate being worthy of respect? RELATED EPISODES: Tantrums, Screen Time, and Breaking Out of a Funk Finding Motivation to Claim Your Personal Power Hour Make Your Morning Routine Happen! Feeling Burned Out? How We Use Healthy Treats to Take Care of Ourselves To Raise Strong Children, We Need to Be Strong Parents Patience With Aggressive Behavior, Friendships in Motherhood, and Making Peace With Your Inner Landscape How to: Create Pockets of Peace Sponsor: GABB WIRELESS We LOVE devices that help our kids stay safe and be able to adventure while still being able to contact us safely and allow us to know where they are without being the kind of technology that steals their mental health and attention. Gabb wireless is an incredible company that we FULLY endorse for just that. Go to https://gabbwireless.com and use code FINDTHEMAGIC to get $50 off any device! Thank you for the kind reviews! We appreciate them so much. Here is how to leave a review for us on iTunes: Open Find the Magic in the podcast app Scroll to the bottom of the page Click on write a review Tap the stars to rate us and then write us some feedback:) Review of the week byEllison RN: STUMBLED UPON THIS PODCAST I'm normally not a podcast person, but I found this one and love it! … Often times we hear what we should be doing without any encouragement for what we are actually doing. I found the lack of “do it like this” completely wonderful and tips for just dealing with my emotions or changing my mindset is what I needed. I'm in my late 30s and luckily listen to my own instincts. Just great to have the support thrown out there for doing just that! Thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findthemagic/support
In this podcast episode, we're talking to Dr. Devorah Heitner. She's the author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World, and has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and CNN Opinion. She has a Ph.D. in Media/Technology & Society from Northwestern University and has taught at DePaul and Northwestern. She is delighted to be raising her own teenager and she lives with her family in Chicagoland. Her book on navigating privacy and reputation with kids and teens, Growing Up in Public, will be out in 2023 with Penguin Random House. Dr. Heitner's work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and CNN Opinion. She has a Ph.D. in Media/Technology & Society from Northwestern University and has taught at DePaul and Northwestern. She is delighted to be raising her own teenager and she lives with her family in Chicagoland. Resources We Shared: Be Resilient Summit - A free online event that gives kids & parents the tools to be kind, manage stress and persevere through challenges. Get ready for fun, quick sessions from educational experts and successful entrepreneurs that encourage your family to practice skills such as breathing, mindfulness, and journaling, as well as talk about gratefulness, limiting beliefs and grit. Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World by Devorah Heitner, PhD 7-Day Family Tech Reset - Hit the Reset Button on your Family's Digital Life! Self paced 7 day course by Devorah Heitner, PhD Phonewise Boot Camp for Parents- a 4-week online course that prepares you and your child for their first phone. Visit No Guilt Mom Rate & Review the No Guilt Mom Podcast on Apple here. We'd love to hear your thoughts on the podcast! No Guilt Mom YouTube Channel Check us out and subscribe to be notified every time we have new videos added for parents and kids!
Just a good ol' chat with yours truly about some things I've been working on that are TOTALLY helping my daily routine and my big picture goals! I love hearing habits & rituals from others and wanted to share some new ones that are working well for me! Connect with me on Instagram @molly.asplin For health & fitness bootcamp - www.mollyasplin.com/bootcamp To become a coach and be mentored by me - www.mollyasplin.com/coaching
We're back this week and we need your advice! Chatting about kids, and screens, and video games - and how we're in the figuring out stage for it all! Neither of us currently have any kids gaming consoles, so if you have thoughts on boundaries, rules for gaming, you know, all the things, weigh in on our Instagram here: @minivanmamas And shop our Merch: minivanmamas.com/shop/
How does excessive screen time affect children? According to a recent poll, only half of the parents understand the serious eyesight issues and hindered social development that results from too much time in front of screens. What are some of the signs that you should pull back on your kids' screen time? Plugged In's Adam Holz shares his research on the dangers of too much screen time and offers help to begin to carve out time in your day for your family to unplug.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Typically, Radio 1's Screen Time spoiler specials talk about finales, or at a stretch, final seasons (or series!) of shows. But... when it comes to Better Call Saul, Ali and Matt - a fellow superfan - decided to try to tackle the whole goshdarn lot. Yes, there's an emphasis on the most recent episodes, but they hop, skip and jump around the whole Breaking Bad Universe (is that a thing? Let's say it is) so consider the spoiler siren thoroughly sounded.
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In this episode, the crew discusses"Common weights Christians unnecessarily carryHow to lay those weights downHow to tell if I'm spending too much energy and time out of my purposeHow to reprioritize my life to put God, the Kingdom, and my purpose higherThe importance of rest BiblicallyWhy we don't rest moreHow we can rest moreWhy it matters that we restFor full message: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZHnl1975MQIntro/Outro Song:RiptideWritten by: Benjamin Caleb JohnsonPerformed and Produced by: BRASKOTransition Song:Down to the BottomWritten, Performed, and Produced By:Ian Kelosky
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This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to the director of the great new horror comedy ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies' Halina Reijn. Mark Ryall reviews ‘See How they Run' staring Saoirse Ronan and the New David Cronenberg Movie ‘Crimes of the Future'. Plus musician Luan Parle chats about her favourite film
The Twelve: A courtroom drama starring Sam Neill. When 12 ordinary Australians are selected for the jury in a controversial murder trial, their own secrets and fears will decide the fate of the accused - and their verdict will change the lives of everyone involved (TVNZ+). Wakefield: Nikheel Katira is a gifted psychiatric nurse at Wakefield Hospital in Australia's picturesque Blue Mountains. There's just one problem - while his patients are getting better, Nik's grip on reality is starting to slip (Neon). Tara's picks to remember and celebrate Queen Elizabeth: as our television networks pay tribute to the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II with a variety of TV specials and documentaries, we pick the best ones to watch or stream this weekend. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Worried about your kids use of technology and screens? Sue Patterson helps you understand how to see it through an unschooling lens.You can read the transcript here: Technology and Your KidsIf you need more help with this, Sue offers a variety of resources:Creating Confidence Membership GroupJumping Into Unschooling CourseUnschooling Guide: TechnologyUnschooling Mom2Mom Website
Today, Allison shares why and how she removed screens from her house during the work and school week… and the impact that decision has had. While she strongly recommends that kids have no screens from dinner to bedtime for sleep reasons, she also suggests you might try out this plan for setting a boundary if you are still struggling with screens. She thinks your family dynamic may also shift in a positive way! Enjoying How Long ‘Til Bedtime? Please consider rating and reviewing the show. This helps Allison support more parents. Click here, scroll to the bottom, rate the podcast, and select “Write a Review.” And if you're a Spotify listener, you can now leave reviews on Spotify by clicking here. Also, if you subscribe to the show, you won't miss any episodes! Connect with us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sleepandwellnesscoach Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/SleepandWellnessCoach
Have you ever struggled with an addiction? Maybe you've never tried drugs or alcohol or nicotine, but there is something just as addicting that you're probably holding in your hands right now. That's right, your cellphone. In this episode I am joined by my friend Will as we discuss the findings of a summer-long experiment about screen time. Have you ever consider going a few hours without your phone? How about a whole day? While there are many positive things that can come from smart phones, there are many negatives as well. Some of the topics covered in this episode include: apps we found we could go without, getting and keeping accountability, and setting realistic standards for screen time. Listen in to find out how fasting from screen time affected our mindset for the summer and our outlook on life. Will Allen is a super talented filmmaker (among other things). I feel honored to be able to call him a friend. Check out his work here (and maybe even hire him): https://www.allenwilliam.com Also follow him on Instagram: @csillamp0ni Tune in on the first Monday of every month to hear about college life, advice, and more from interviews and personal experience. Visit my website to see more of my work: isaacd2.com Description written by Jen Creasy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/isaacd2/message
If you've not seen the latest in the Predator franchise, we highly recommend watching Prey - on Disney+ in the UK, Hulu in the US - before you listen to this particular Radio 1's Screen Time spoiler special, where Ali gets to speak to the director of the film itself, one Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Lane, The Boys), dissecting the movie in spoilerific detail with the man who actually made those spoilerific decisions. Things get geeky quickly - in the best possible way - with such topics as 'the best movie taglines ever', odd musical instruments and, you know, Prey itself, cropping up. And again, we can't be any clearer about this: SPOILERS FOR PREY ARE CONTAINED HEREIN.
Guest: Jesse Ferrell, MHS, CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist It's undeniable in this day and age that gadgets and screen technology have become a staple in many family households, often used by parents to help entertain their kids. But with the COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of virtual learning over the past two years, many parents understandably feel anxious about their kid's use of screen time and may struggle with finding that perfect balance. Jesse Ferrell, Speech Language Pathologist at DotCom Therapy and mother, joins Nicoleme for a much-needed conversation about screen time in the household and the impacts of excessive screen time on our kids. Jesse will also shares realistic strategies parents can make use of to set healthy boundaries around screen time while also incorporating other ways to encourage active learning and development with their kids. Everything is best in moderation - including screen time. So tune in as we tackle how families can be more mindful of their screen time while also making the most of it! Episode Highlights: Effects of excessive screen time and its official recommendations How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed screen time Active screen time vs. passive screen time Recommendations to keep screen time in check What parents can do to make the most of screen time Jesse's advice for parents about their kid's screen time Connect with Jesse: LinkedIn | Jesse Ferrell Instagram | @the_introvert_slp Resources Mentioned During This Episode: Episode 048: Impact of Social Media on Mental Health: Apple Podcasts | Spotify Connect with Wolf+Friends Website | wolfandfriends.com Download the App | Apple Download the App | Google Instagram | @wolfandfriends.community
Felt bored recently? Boredom occurs when you're not interested in what's happening and your brain isn't being stimulated. Boredom may seem miserable, but what if being bored is actually a good thing? While our go-to method to deal with it is through technology, I've got lots of better alternatives for you.. . .To help you, I created a "I'm Bored Ideas" poster. Get your printable in the 10 for Teens + Tweens Ep. 041 show notes on EmpowerfulGirls.com.
On today's Quick Start podcast:Former Soviet Leader DiesBiden Wants 'Soul' of NationZombie Ice?Billion Dollar Lotto Ticket UNCLAIMEDMAIN THING: Redeeming Screen TimeLAST THING: Mark 16
So many Moms are worried about how much time their kids spend on screens. But what they don't understand is all the roles that screens play in a kid's life. Connection, comfort and much needed time to just zone out or numb out. This week we are going to talk about the differences between comfort and zoning out as a way to help our kids spend less time on their screens. And like all of the epsidoes we are going to help our kids by helping ourselves first. Because truth be told, you can't tell a teen anything that you aren't role modeling yourself. Want help applying this week's episode to YOUR family? Click here to schedule a free discovery call where we'll talk about what having support could do for you.
Welcome to The Adoption & Foster Care Journey—a podcast to encourage, educate and equip you to care for children in crisis through adoption, foster care and kinship care. We are thrilled to bring you a series of bonus episodes featuring special guest. Dr. Jerrod Brown PhD. In each of these bonus episodes, Dr. Brown will share what every adoptive and foster parent needs to know regarding FASD, trauma, and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). On this week's bonus episode, the fourth in our series, Dr. Brown and host, Sandra Flach, discuss the impacts of screen time on all children, especially those with a brain based disability. Please be sure to subscribe to the podcast, leave a review, and share it on your social media. Links mentioned in this episode: justicefororphansny.org firstname.lastname@example.org
Friend of the show and all-round great guy Josh Horowitz stops by BBC Radio 1's Screen Time this week to talk about his first impressions of House Of The Dragon, why we're seeing two BIG film releases being delayed and what we should get excited about at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival. But wait, there's more! Games Of Thrones, Fast And The Furious and Maze Runner veteran Nathalie Emmanuel also has a quick chat with Ali about her new horror thriller The Invitation, because as ever, we're generous like that.
Andrea is needing help with how much her 12 and 13-year-olds are on a screen, and at odds with her husband about it. He says just take away their phones, but she thinks that's too harsh. Plus, she needs to be able to be in touch with them. Any advice? #DiveIntoDMs
We learned some valuable life lesson in #SettingTheBar stories like, do set a gas station on fire because you don't like the smell of your cigar. And don't twerk in front of kids at the pool. Got a DM about the screen time debate with her husband and kids, and we got a message from Lara about her friend marrying the jerk! Did she tell her how she felt? Did she get asked to be the MOH? And it's #TBT!!!
Every smartphone will let you check your screen time. Many find the weekly reminder of the copious amounts of time spent jarring. For parents, the amount of screen time kids are consuming is even more front of mind. In this week's episode, Sissy Goff and David Thomas from Daystar Counseling Ministries are joined by Erick Goss from Minno, to talk about how parents can manage their kids' screen time in a healthy and accessible way. Learn more and try Minno for free at gominno.com.
We discussed a few things including:1. Anya's career journey2. Her books: Generation Debt; DIY U; The Test; The Art of Screen Time3. Her current focus and book on the pandemic's affect4. What can we do to help our students, children5. Future trends and forecasts Anya is an education correspondent for NPR. She's been a senior staff writer for Fast Company magazine, contributed to the New York Times, Washington Post, New York Magazine, and has won multiple awards for her reporting on education, technology, and innovation. In her new book, THE STOLEN YEAR Anya follows five diverse families from around the country from Spring 2020 to Spring 2021. She also dives deep into the political history that brought us to this point: Why we have no childcare system to speak of, how children became the group of Americans most likely to live in poverty, how we over police and separate families of color, and how we are content to let the unpaid and underpaid labor of women, especially women of color and immigrants, stand in for a void of public and collective concern for children.https://www.amazon DOT com/Stolen-Year-COVID-Changed-Childrens/dp/1541700988She is the author of four books: Generation Debt, DIY U, The Test, and The Art of Screen Time. She lives in Brooklyn with her family.
I sit down with Jordana and Erin, two child psychologists to chat about screentime. How much is too much? How do you know? What can you do to wean off? You can find them on Instagram at @mindandchild.Go to https://betterhelp.com/conscioushippiemama for 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp and get matched with a therapist who will listen and help. #sponsoredVisit my NEW website at www.conscioushippiemama.com and sign up for my conscious parenting course, It's Not You, It's Me: A Guide to Conscious Parenting and join our premium membership community The Conscious Village.Mind and Child's InstagramFollow me on InstagramQueens On A RollThis podcast was created to educate & inspire people about the ably different...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Mac goes full Waterboy on this episode when discussing H2O and how hydration is a priority in every one of his training sessions. Don't let him catch you training without a water bottle! The conversation flows into stress management, recovery methods and how screen time potentially reflects poor recovery. James Macintosh@coachjamesmac James Thayer @thayer2513 New Course ALERT! Pre-Script™️ Programming Principles Certification (Taught by Pre-Script coaches James Thayer & James Macintosh). Join us as we deep dive into programming principles and get equipped with the tools necessary to understand and apply a periodization model to manage clients and athletes at all levels of performance. Class starts early September Check out our new sponsor Vivobarefoot ! www.vivobarefoot.com/RXD If you're looking for a shoe for training, look no further then Vivo. Click the link and get 20% off your first order. Don't miss the release of our newest educational community - The Pre-Script ™ Collective! Join the community today at www.pre-script.com. For other strength training, health, and injury prevention resources, check out our website, YouTube channel, and Instagram. For more episodes, subscribe and tune in to our podcast. Also, make sure to sign up to our mailing list at www.pre-script.com to get the first updates on new programming releases. You can also follow Dr. Jordan Shallow and Dr. Jordan Jiunta on Instagram!
This week on “The Learning Curve,” Gerard Robinson and guest co-host Charles Chieppo talk with Doug Lemov, author of the international bestseller, Teach Like a Champion. Doug describes how he became interested in charter schools, dating back to the late 1990s in Massachusetts, and how the sector developed into a nationally recognized success story. He discusses […]