Tammy reluctantly handed her cell phone to her five-year-old daughter in the hopes of filing her taxes in peace. She squinted at figures and clicked buttons as the self-filing program directed her through the process. Tammy glanced toward the living room and noted that Lina was occupied. Maybe she could finish this task without interruption.
Podcast Ep. 13: “Detox Technology: How to Reset Your Brain and Energize Your Emotions” with Guest Brad Huddleston
Sleep deprivation, depression, and suicide rates all have one common root: screens and other technology. Today, Brad Huddleston concludes his interview about the dangers and advantages of technology with helpful tips on conquering digital use and turning it to our advantage. Brad is an internationally respected speaker, consultant, teacher, and author
The use of technology in education can be controversial. In today’s episode, Brad Huddleston shares his experience and research on minimizing the harm and maximizing the wealth of the digital age. Brad is an internationally respected speaker, consultant, teacher, and author on the topic of digital addiction. Click here to watch the full
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The Presence of Screens From the family PC to individual tablets, from the living room TV to the personal cell phone, screens surround us constantly. At their best, these technological tools facilitate efficiency, accuracy, education, industry, scientific advancement, and even relationships. Despite the necessity and benefits of technology in the modern world, America’s increasing