Author Archives: Amy Williams

About Amy Williams

Amy Williams is a free-lance journalist based in Southern California and mother of two. As a parent, she enjoys spreading the word on positive parenting techniques in the digital age and raising awareness on issues like cyberbullying and online safety. She can be reached via Twitter @AmyKWilliams1 Disclaimer: Amy K Williams is an article contributor. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of ZooBuh, Inc.

Eyes on Technology- The Impact Devices Have On A Child’s Eyes

It’s no secret that our society has come to rely on digital devices and glowing screens as essential tools in our everyday lives. At our fingertips, we have smartphones, tablets, computers, high definition television, e-readers, and even digital signs are … Continue reading

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Inspire Students to Achieve Education Beyond High School

Children are born with limitless possibilities. It’s important for adults around them to nurture their natural curiosity and innate ability. They can learn from the world around that at an early age. Use that to inspire your children to continue … Continue reading

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Unplugged: How To Get Your Kids Outside and Away From Screens

Remember your childhood? The knock on your front door a few hours after school let out, that always belonged to some classmate straddling his bike and asking if you “could play”? The way you burst out the front door on … Continue reading

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How To Teach Your Kids To Safely Play Pokemon Go

How To Teach Your Kids To Safely Play Pokemon Go “Mom, wake up,” whispered my nine year old into my ear as he nudged my shoulder, “Mooommmm.” viagra generica en madrid I glanced at the alarm clock, it was only … Continue reading

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Cracking the Sexting Code

Sexual expression is a major part of human development, and often occurs as part of puberty – but if it seems like kids are getting interested earlier than before, that’s because they really are. As reported by MedicineNet, puberty has … Continue reading

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