Momniscient's Blog – January 2011 Archive (3)

Family Unplugged: The Results Show

It is now 10 p.m. on Sunday evening. I have officially been "disconnected" for 24 hours, and I am ready to once again join the virtual world.



In case you missed my previous post, I was inspired by the Australian mom who made her family disconnect from all electronic devices for six months. So I made my family unplug for one day. We were not allowed to watch TV, play video games or use the computer all day. I… Continue

Added by Momniscient on January 24, 2011 at 5:54pm — No Comments

Mean Girls: My Daughter's Best Friend is a Bully

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My daughter has always been the quietest child in her class. She is PAINFULLY shy.…
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Added by Momniscient on January 22, 2011 at 11:59am — No Comments

Family Unplugged

I read a news article last week about an Australian mom who forced her family to “unplug” from all electronic devices for six months. The mom, a professional writer named Susan Maushart, has three teenagers. She banned the Internet, cell phones, iPods, television and video games. She even wrote a book about the experience cleverly titled “…

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Added by Momniscient on January 21, 2011 at 8:02pm — No Comments

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