There’s no denying that being a parent has changed a lot in the past 20-30 years. Since most teens tend to stay in front of a gadget instead of going outside and play, it can be very hard for a parent to use the same approach as a few decades ago.
Being a parent nowadays can be overwhelming especially since it can be very hard to limit our kids when it comes to smartphone usage. Such devices have become a necessity and while they do a lot of good, they can also harm kids as well.
It can be hard to find the perfect balance between being a great parent all while offering your child the freedom he wants. And with the digital addiction being one of the major issues that teenagers have to face nowadays, it can be very challenging for a parent to find the right approach in this digital age.
We thought long and hard about parenting in the digital age here at Family Orbit and with that in mind we created our latest Infographic. Here you can find out more about teens and smartphones, what digital addiction means for kids, what sexting does to them and how online predators can affect their lives! At the end of the Infographic you can also find some of the best digital parenting techniques that will help you keep your child safe, techniques that will help you obtain incredible results in a short amount of time. Infographic provided by http://blog.familyorbit.com/
Did you know that about 1/6th of America’s population live in multigenerational households? Families cite many benefits when choosing this arrangement, from economic benefits to maintaining closer connections with family members. In this Infographic we explore America’s shift toward multigenerational living as well as the many beneficial features included within multigenerational home plans.
Houseplans.co offers a variety of multigenerational home plans that include features such as dual master suites on the main floor, shared living areas and much more!
Every home has one. Often it can be found opposite a Television set or you might find yourself relaxing on it with a good book to read. You know what we are talking – the humble sofa, but the sofa is anything but humble. This staple for man-made interior design plays an integral part of family life and to demonstrate this we have created an infographic to share with you all.
We came across some interesting facts, for instance, we discovered that an average sofa will bear witness to 293 arguments in its life time! Or the sofas biggest nemesis is children, with them dropping food and drink 72 times a year and on average they will jump on that sofa 587 times during its hard working lifetime.
But, parents you are not entirely blameless! See what you think of the humble Sofa and let us know your memorable sofa moments!
We’ve come a long way since the first Thanksgiving at Plymouth Rock in 1621. Though many complain that Thanksgiving has become nothing more than an excuse to overeat and watch football, there’s more to it than that.