Therapy Space With Dr. Sara: Social Media

Therapy Space With Dr. Sara: Social Media

There is a constant back and forth in my home around social media. My soon-to-be 7th grader pleads with me to let her use Snapchat or Instagram or FB. Except for FB, I have never used these myself so I am not fully aware of how they work. I am so so tired of the nagging, I want to just say, “fine.” I figure since her friend’s parents allow them access, they must know something I don’t. Yet, I am conflicted because just giving into social media doesn’t feel right either. I need some guidance!

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September Travel to Local Multicultural Festivals

September Travel to Local Multicultural Festivals

As the kids head back to school and summer draws to a close, world travel is probably the furtherest thing from your mind. Sure exotic vacations are fun, but luckily, the Bay Area is one of the most diverse areas in the country with awesome festivals that celebrate our various cultures. Skip the passport, hassle and jet lag and get ready to travel the world closer to home this September.  

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8 Tips and Tricks To Winning The Point Reyes Sand Sculpture Contest

8 Tips and Tricks To Winning The Point Reyes Sand Sculpture Contest

The Annual Sand Sculpture Contest at Drakes Beach in Point Reyes is this Sunday, August 27 from 9am–3:30pm. I'm not a master sculptor but I have won an number of contests and have some tips and tricks to share that could help you get placed in the top rankings.

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5 Tech Trends to Keep Your Kid Ahead

5 Tech Trends to Keep Your Kid Ahead

Instead of pushing technology away from your kids, take ownership of what they learn and help them get ahead. I sat down with Doug Tarr, Founder of MVCode, about the five biggest tech trends you should keep a look out for. 

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