Really love the way you point out the simple truths - thanks!
So true! :DThanks for the follow, following you back!
Just became your newest follower, I think I'm really going to enjoy your blog several of your post had me laughing.
Interesting how simple it really is, isn't it? Makes one wonder why those simple lessons are so hard to learn! :)
Love it! My son can't understand how anyone survived without the items listed above. Some days we just unplug from everything!
I think this is so true. I even apply this to my life. I am a sr. analyst and spend all day writing code on a computer. I then got into the habit of getting on our laptop or phone after i cooked dinner etc. i have decided to spend less time on the laptop and doing other family things at night. i even make sure the kids spend time just playing and not watching tv all day.
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This is so true. I need to apply this more to my own life. Following you back.
This same list can be used for:How to improve your marriage. How to talk to your kids. How to lose weight.and probably a few others. :) Great post!
Haha, turn off anything the begins with "i"... Following you back from East9thStreet.
Short. Sweet. Simple Truth! I really enjoy your blog! Thanks for following Broken...returning the follow and look forward to more! http://www.thebrokenmommy.blogspot.com/
LOL so true! Focus and hard work and the grades improve SOO much!
So true! I about died laughing at the Barbie picture below too. Thanks for linking up to the Mingle With Us Blog Hop and following my blog. I'm following you back. Hope you stop by again next week. :)
So very true!! And try and do your homework as soon as you get home too. Thanks for following my blog, I'm returning the favour :)
Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am now following you!
I gave this advise to the NYC girls
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I love this post. I frequently tell my high-school kiddos to UNPLUG! I am so excited that you are now following Teaching Today! Happy Hoppin'
Short, sweet and SO true!Found you on a blog hop...forget which one already LOL but I did find you that way. Following and would love the follow back. BTW, we run a Wonderful Wednesday hop that's still active if you'd like to add your link!
This is so true! Thanks for stopping by and following my blog. I am your newest follower. http://ddsdailydose.blogspot.com
so simple but so true
So true!!! Following you back. Thanks for stopping over!
Maybe we need a turn off everything once a week day. Kids might think that the world is coming to an end. lol! Game night is always a fun alternative don't you think? When family comes for parties I think we need a leave the phone at home rule. I noticed alot of them will just play on their phones anytime there is a lapse in entertainment. What ever happened to quiet time?
Straight-forward and true! Thank you for the follow, I have followed you back!
So true! I especially love the part with turning of things with an i...^_^ and the Barbie photo below. :) Thanks for visiting! I'm returning the follow. Best Regards!Des of chicsassymom.com
Hi there, well, you hit the nail on the head. I don't think kids today can manage without all these things. It would be a good idea for them to go without for at least a week and see where that takes them. Too bad mine are grown up or I would put it to the test. Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chrishttp://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.com/
Love this...Turn off the television is my favorite! Happily following you back!
Such great ideas. Thanks for following me, I'm following back. Happy Friday
Oooh I had to plus one that! Awesome. Now if we can just get these majority of parents to GET THIS! Oooh!
Thanks for stopping by The Job of Mommy! Returning the follow :)
This should come in a life size poster for all homes with kids. Great one!Thanks again, and I'm following you back.
Thanks for the follow. returning the favor!
Hilarious and so true! Thanks for following me following you back!
yep...that works for sure. Also the radio too.
Great advice! Thanks for the follow - returning now :)
I think each family need a day where they TURN off gadgets! I love when the power goes out at my house.
Love the "all things that begin with an i" bit! How true it is! I I'm now following you back from the blog hop. -Christine @ Whywelovegreen
Very good advice! I love the "Turn everything off that starts with i". So true! Great way to get good grades and accomplish the work you have!~Jesshttp://thesecretdmsfilesoffairdaymorrow.blogspot.com/
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Such good advice! I'm bad about being on the computer because I blog so much and I'm a college teacher for graphic design. Kind of comes with my profession. We don't have cable. I refuse to get it because we both work full-time. My husband is with the kids 2 days in the middle of the week and works during the weekend. We're not divorced. It's just the only way we could keep our jobs and maintain our children. We do not have any game system. I'm so glad because our kids are so creative without it. Plus we joined the YMCA and it's time to spend being active.
Simple but so true!Just returning the favour and following you back. Thanks for visiting our blog. Hope you have a lovely week.http://beourbest.blogspot.com/
You're probably right. I can turn off everything except my computer.
I love this! I always used to say this when I was in high school! I used to yell at my brothers to turn off the TV so I could concentrate on homework and go outside! Now I tell my Dad this because he works with his TV on and I say he would have to work a lot less if he just turned his computer off!!
I agree! I can't even imagine all the distractions by the time my first child gets homework ...
This post is hilarious!!!!! I'm sending it to my two teenagers right now! Thanks for visiting my blog. I love hearing your stories of just crazy everyday life. It's been nice visiting you.
hee hee...It's increasingly difficult to turn off anything that begins with an "i"!