Using Technology to Bargain with Kids
When it comes to correcting behaviour, it's becoming more common for parents to bargain with their kids using technology.
By Danika Kingston Scrolling through my phone and looking at the photos I’ve taken from the past few days, I reflect on all the new and exciting experiences I’ve had with my new son the past seven months, and the...
Interview — Cheryl Fingleson
Paediatric sleep coach Cheryl Fingleson shares her tricks of the trade for ensuring that your children and you are getting enough sleep.
Surviving Postnatal Depression
As a new mum, Julene Duerksen-Kapao was spiralling into despair. Thankfully, a close friend chose to visit and reached out with three simple words. Standing in the shower, I stared at the curtain. I couldn’t remember when I had last washed...
would you invade your child’s privacy to prevent online bullying?
Would... Row Murray Melbourne, Victoria I believe teens, and especially children, are not yet equipped with a full range of social skills or perspectives. They can’t always make complex decisions and sometimes shifting the agreed privacy arrangements is the best...
Did you know that consumers are purchasing more clothes than they are recycling them? What are your thoughts on fast fashion?
Interview — Erik Bigalk & Nirma Ledford
Have you heard of Moodoff Day? We sit down with Erik and Nirma to discuss the impact technology addiction has on our lives, and how this campaign encourages us to cut back on screen time.