Three times a month we share the latest research and tips to help families thrive or highlight inspiring stories from our parent community. Our guest list is talented, engaging, and a wealth of knowledge - without the overwhelm. Episodes come out on the 7s - the 7th, 17th, and 27th of each month.
Season 3 out Sept 17!
Brittany Salmon, our guest on episode 65, is the author of "It Takes More Than Love," which shares her own family’s story of transracial adoption and offers a biblically-based guide for others following the same path. Her book confronts issues of racism, explores heritage, and highlights the importance of representation. AND she does this in a non-judgemental, grace-filled way that any potential or current adoptive or foster parent can really learn from and grow.
Want 2 extra hours a day? Sandy Cooper says she can give it to you.
In this episode, Sandy Cooper, author of "The Scoop On Balance" blog and host of "The Balanced Momcast," encourages moms to get off social media. She's got great research, loads of data, and plenty to share from her own journey to implore moms to spend more time off of social media.
If you've ever been scrolling aimlessly or feel a yearning to turn your focus to other important things - this one's for you.
The third installment of our Tech + Family Series brings you a fantastic interview with Anya Kamenetz, author of The Art of Screen Time (2018) and The Stolen Year (2022). Anya shares valuable insight on why we should be intentional about screen time and takes it one step further by taking a deep dive look at where our kids are post-covid from an educational perspective.
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Dr. Devorah Heitner, author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World, is giving parents the tools to guide their kids through the online labyrinth that is so embedded in their everyday lives. You'll love her insight on how we can help kids navigate life online in ways that are edifying, healthy and fun.
I had such a great time chatting with Leticia Barr, and I know you'll enjoy the listen.
We talked about all things digital safety including: creating family technology rules, intentionally considering our relationship with technology, modeling safe behaviors, teaching kids how to be kind online - AND tools you and your family can use to keep everyone safer. (These tech tools for families are amazing!)