Posts Tagged 'facebook'

Do you get a little confused looking through your teen’s Instagram or Twitter feed lately and seeing a crazy amount of new code-like phrases? You aren’t alone. If you add together the popular hashtags kids use and the coded phrases, you’ll find yourself learning an entirely new language that also happens to be growing exponentially […]

If you think about it long enough, your eyes will cross, and your head will feel like it’s going to explode. How do protect your kids from all the what ifs and who mights online (and off)? You can’t. But what you can do is be intentional about raising kids who are leaders in an […]

A shiny new school year is in front of us, and anything is possible. Kids, just like adults have goals heading into the new school year. They want a fresh start at fixing what didn’t work last year and step up what did. They are excited, nervous, and maybe even terrified about the year ahead. So […]

Ask a teen what’s the best thing about life is and 9/10 times the answer would be ‘friends.’ To teens, friends are EVERYTHING! They may as well quote Virginia Woolf and say: “Some people go to priests; others to poetry; I to my friends.” Friendship in the Internet age has stretched beyond the borders of […]

The way parents use Twitter and the way teens use Twitter couldn’t be more different. While many parents turn to the popular social channel for business networking, teens use Twitter to simply hang out—to see and be seen. They chat, joke, banter, and of course, they love to subtweet. Subtweeting is indirectly tweeting something about […]