Today, I’m privileged to have writer and speaker, Marybeth Hicks share her creative ideas for guiding her teenagers in getting the most out of technology without it getting the best of them. She writes a weekly column for The Washington Times and has written three books on parenting. Her upcoming book, Teachable Moments, represented by my literary agent husband, comes out next summer and is full of encouragement for parents who want to foster deep personal connections while navigating the murky waters of the digital life. You can find Marybeth at her blog and on Twitter. See below for your chance to win a copy of Marybeth’s book, The Perfect World Inside My Minivan.
I feel a little hypocritical writing a post about living a less digital life. I’m not exactly a role model for the low-tech movement.
I sometimes answer work emails in the bathroom.
I use an e-version of a Novena prayer book on my phone to pray the rosary. Continue reading