Intentional Screen Time and Slow TV

Intentional Screen Time and Slow TV

By Stephanie Seferian

70% of American parents worry their children spend too much time on screens. Are you one of them?  Here's a preview: [3:00] The implications of multiple screen shifts on attention span and executive functioning [5:00] Exactly how much screen time children *should* get versus what they *actually* get [7:00] School performance, inactivity, and more: 4 consequences associated with too much screen time and too many screens [18:00] 5 Practical television reduction tips for newbies [22:00] Creative ways to set screen limits in your home [27:00] What's slow tv, exactly?   Resources mentioned/Additional resources: The National Library of Medicine's full list of screen-related guidelines 1 Million Screen-Free Activities For Kids  Create your family media plan here  Take It Slow… The TV Trend That Will Chill You The F Out (via the handbook.com) Join our (free!) community here. Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube. Email me and say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com. -- Thank you to our sponsors! Thrive Market: head to thrivemarket.com/sustainable for 30% off your first order and a $60 free gift. Cariloha: Get 25% off your order with code SUSTAINABLE at checkout. Our Sponsors:* Thank you to LifeStraw! https://lifestraw.com/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-content
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