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Archive for April, 2012

Technology Agreement – Helping Your Child Follow Your Rules for a Safe Digital Experience

Technology Agreement – Helping Your Child Follow Your Rules for a Safe Digital Experience

| April 27, 2012 | Comments (6)

If you know me or visit this website regularly, you already know that I’m a mom of five.  I speak to you from a standpoint of practicality, experience and expertise. You know that the editorial team here at Yoursphere Media, Inc. is dedicated to providing practical, easy-to-understand, family-friendly solutions that allow the entire family to […]

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Eliminate the Temptation – Best Ways to Prevent Your Teen from Texting While Driving

Eliminate the Temptation – Best Ways to Prevent Your Teen from Texting While Driving

| April 25, 2012 | Comments (4)

The recent and tragic case of the 17-year-old young man from Northern California who, while texting and driving, plowed into a family of three while they were riding bikes, killing the father and 9-year-old daughter, left me hyper-aware. Hyper-aware because that young man could’ve been one of my own sons; hyper-aware because in the bicycle-friendly […]

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A Positive Online Experience for Our Children

A Positive Online Experience for Our Children

| April 19, 2012 | Comments (0)

Despite the challenges that we face in the area of safe social networking for kids, I absolutely love and support everything that my company is doing to create a safer, more positive online experience for children.  After reading Melanie Schreffler’s piece in YPulse titled The New Millennial Mindset: Positive is as Positive Does, I couldn’t […]

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The NCAA, Social Media and Your Teen

The NCAA, Social Media and Your Teen

| April 2, 2012 | Comments (0)

My two younger boys, who are still in middle school, are intently focused on playing collegiate sports. When I read about the recent news of the NCAA sanctions against the University of North Carolina’s football program (due to what was found on student athletes social media profiles), I immediately shared the story with my 13-year […]

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