16 September 2006

How to keep your cell phone and other wireless devices from disrupting family time

Rebel Dad Brian Reid is also a guest poster on Leslie Morgan Steiner's Washington Post blog On Balance. He recently shared his common-sense tips for keeping his various wireless devices from intruding on his family time (including, duh, turn them off). Good reading for the Crackberry addicts among us. Great ideas in the comments, too.

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I cannot understand people having dinner with friends and/or their spouse and constantly checking their messages..
Turn the thing off for one hour at least.
The world will not stop.

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