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Balancing Work and Family While Staying Home – Arlene Pellicane

On average, we spend 8-10 hours each day consuming digital media. And with many of us working from home during the coronavirus situation, our online hours have extended and often blur with our home life. We need to find a solid balance in order to maintain the relationships that are important to us.

On this Focus on the Family broadcast, Arlene Pellicane helps us declutter our screen time. She’ll reminds us to go online with purpose and to unplug in order to connect with those around us. You’ll learn how to manage your digital habits so you can build real, solid relationships.

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