Nowadays, games come in the palm of our hand and as fun as they are, they can be so difficult to break out of.
We've all got a phone, and they're necessary tools to help us navigate, work, and connect! But are we using them a little too much in this day and age?
It's robbing our children's eyes of the clarity they used to have - our screens. And we parents need to stop it before it's too late.
For some of our children who may not like the outdoors all that much, they've got an arsenal of excuses ready to be used to avoid the outdoors. Here are some ways you can work around that.
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Cyberbullies may lurk behind the screen, but with strength and support from those around us, we can overcome them.
Our screens can never compare to the fun we used to have in the sun.
Let's face it, we possess a limitless digital diet and sometimes, we crave for our phones more often than we should. And our children aren't excluded.
This 2020, let's resolve ourselves to practising the Clear Vision Recipe every day.
For some, there's no pressing pause on games and this can come with some detrimental consequences.