We live in a time where
our way of living has changed tremendously. Kids no longer play outside; they
have phones now to keep them company. There is a disconnect with face to face
communication because of technology. You have to talk to people on purpose now
in order to build relationships.
Acknowledge those Around you
Having your face stuck in a phone all day long is rude. Technology is taking
over the lives of the people. Keeping people occupied on their phones or
computers shows a lack of discipline. If you can’t take your eyes out of the
phone long enough to greet people or have a conversation. There’s a problem
with discipline and there needs to be a discipline check. Even the younger kids
are stuck to tablets and cell phones.
The best option would be to limit them to how long they’re on social media.
It’s not …
A no-touch thermometer,
ankle bracelets that track heart rate and sleep cycles, a hands-free breast
pump, a baby changing pad that also functions as a scale and a sleep monitor
sounds pretty fancy for a few baby items. Indeed these items are pretty fancy. But
who needs a changing table that reports to a smartphone app the exact weight of
a baby and who needs a hands free pump to pump breast milk? You guessed it.
Millennial moms. Tech creators and product developers love how millennial moms
enjoy high tech baby items and don’t mind
Millennials are a generation that is engrossed with technology. They’ve
practically grown up with it. So, why would they not want the same for their
children? These infants are born into a world with parents who want the latest
and greatest technological discoveries for their children. These parents don’t
mind shelling out money …