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Spring Break Screentime Prep

Do the words “spring break” make you want to jump up and down or groan in agony? A full week with your family is an absolute gift, but at the same time, it can be completely intimidating. On today’s blog, we break down five ways to prepare for spring break so you can minimize screentime and maximize memory-making.

When your child Googles “naked kissing”

It takes an incredibly brave parent to share about their challenges. Instead of putting on their blinders to protect their ego, they face the truth in order to help protect other children. This story is from one such mother, Ashley, who shared her story with START —so others might not go through the pain she has been through. Thank you, Ashley. Your courage and vulnerability are such a gift.

Screen Sanity Episode 8: Angie Daniels

Angie Daniels is the Program Manager for The Hope Center on the east side of Kansas City, Missouri. There, she works to serve kids in an urban community in the heart of the city. From Pre-K to High School, they work to provide a supportive, family-like atmosphere for kids in this urban community—and phone-free zones are a key part of their culture. Join us as we gather wisdom from this amazing leader and mother of five kids who grew up in the smartphone revolution.

Screen Sanity Episode 5: Amanda Mozea

Amanda Mozea is the Education Outreach Manager at Media Girls, where she and her team work to help girls to think critically about how to show up authentically in their social media feeds. In this podcast, Amanda joins Krista to share thoughts about the conversations parents need to have with their daughters to help them swim—not sink—in their social worlds.