The Dumbphone Show: Human Time with Bagby CEO, Juan Sanchez
5 Things You Can Do in 2021 for Earth Day
5 Tips To Reconnect With Your Partner During Valentine’s Day Without Your Device
Are you guilty of “phubbing?” That is, snubbing someone you’re talking to and looking at a cell phone. This Valentine's day, focus on giving the attention to your partner with these digital detox solutions for couples.
6 Digital Wellbeing Trends To Watch Out For In 2021
Since our launch in 2017, every year, we have put together a list of relevant trends that we hope can help you enter the new year with less stress and more control over your digital life. Here are the trends for 2021!
Reduce Your Family’s Screen Time and Enjoy Phone-Free Meals During these Holidays
Despite these recommendations, we are aware that both children and parents often spend more time in front of devices than the recommended limit, and children are becoming addicted to smartphones early on.
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Why we need digital wellness in schools
Smartphone addiction in schools is becoming a hot topic in the industry. Both parents and educators must take lead and learn how to manage screen time and raise awareness of the negative impact of technology overuse. Together we need to create a balance between using devices in the classroom and engaging in offline activities.
The most obvious problems come in the form of eye strain or issues associated with sitting for too long. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends a maximum of two hours of sedentary screen time per day.
The home experiment with our child and screens that totally changed our approach to parenting with tech
When it comes to children’s development and digital parenting, parents should worry about both kids’ screen time and their own. Screens are here to stay and have taken over, more often than not, during important family moments like meal-time. Indeed, top technology leaders like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, among others, confirmed they've even restricted or limited their children's screen time (New York Times, 2017).
At Bagby, we love taking responsibility and testing things on our own so we decided to carry a home experiment that opened our eyes and encouraged us to create a solution to help other parents in the same situation.