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Multitasking: Why It’s Actually Bad For You And Your Kids

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Multitasking might seem like an amazing idea when it comes to your kids’ homework and progress in studies. But is it actually? If so, you all probably suffer the consequences of their inadequate sleep, their scramble to finish assignments or submission of work less than their best.

Their multitasking forces you to be the bad guy, nagging them to stop the distractions, and having to enforce strict rules about what they can and cannot do on school nights.

Kids have plenty of things available to do with their time. The problem comes when they want to continue to text or talk with friends, respond to ongoing emails, or play video games when it comes time for homework.

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