Decrease Screen Time.
End overwhelm with a screen time plan that works for your family using
The Screen Time Blueprint Course for parents of 0-5 year olds.
You just need the resources to show you how. The Screen Time Blueprint will give you the confidence and framework you need to make a screen time plan that sticks.
It’s 11:45 AM and your 2 year old’s “professionally recommended” hour of screen time is already up.
She’s watched 2 episodes of Mickey Mouse–one while you were teaching an online class and her dad was showering. Another so that you could shower and get ready.
And you can already tell that the day is going to be awesome because of it. She’s now screaming at you to crawl on the floor and play peekaboo with her…
And you’re just trying to fix lunch.
Can’t a mom catch a break?
You find yourself wondering, “How did I get here?”
It seems like it has to be possible to reduce your child’s screen time and increase their independence so you can still get things done.
You know that too much screen time is supposed to be bad for her mental development.
But it just doesn’t seem practical to cut back.
How else will you get anything done? Wouldn’t life just fall apart without screen time?
How much screen time is really too much for toddlers, preschoolers, or older children? How do you keep screen time from becoming a battle?
There’s so much information to navigate and it’s just so overwhelming.
In The Screen Time Blueprint, you will learn how to create a screen time plan that works for your unique family.
You will learn how to make smart, confident choices about your child’s screen time.
Ditch the overwhelm and navigate screen time with confidence.
End screen time battles.
Feel confident that what your child is watching is helping her grow into a smart, good, and kind human being.
Feel educated, confident, capable, and connected to your kids.
Every family is different with different priorities. You will learn how to factor unique personalities into your screen time plan so that your plan works for your unique family.
No more planning out what you’ll do and then realizing five months later it’s fallen to the wayside. You’ll learn strategies for making your plans stick–without tantrums.
Learn effective strategies for helping your kids be independent without screen time–so you can still get things done.
Protect your kids from the dangers of too much screen time.
Help your kids use screen time in ways that will help them learn and grow.
Use the included workbook to create a realistic screen time plan that your family can actually stick to.
Never wonder what your child will watch again–you’ll have a list of appropriate videos and apps that you know are good for your kid.
Be a good role model so your kids will learn from what you do as well as what you say.
Break screen-time addiction and get ready for what’s next.
Eliminate screen time battles and keep your kids safe online.
Encourage independence without screen time so that you can increase your own productivity.
I’ve earned a master’s degree in computer security and worked for several years as a professional researcher and developer.
I’m also a mom of a toddler and a preschooler, so I know personally how important this topic is.
I know kids and computers.
And I’ve done a ton of research into screen time and how it affects little ones.
The Screen Time Blueprint is a neatly packaged form of all that research that will help you to parent confidently in our digital world.
You could learn everything you need to know by doing the research yourself… or you could let me help you.
I’ve already done the research and put it in an easily digestible form.
These are the years when your toddler or preschooler is forming their understanding of the world.
The strategies in this curriculum will help you guide your child in learning and establishing habits that will go with them for the rest of their life.
As your child gets older, it will only get harder to put effective strategies into place.
The longer you wait, the longer you are without a plan.
The longer you’re left wondering if the decisions you’re making are the right ones and how they may be affecting your child’s development.
NOW is the time for them to learn appropriate boundaries and expectations for screen time.