Press (Online & Print)
The iParents: Adults face modern struggle to balance staying connected and hands-free parenting
How to miss a childhood: The dangers of paying more attention to your cell phone than your children
Re: Canadian Orders
I am trying to make a purchase from your online store…but there is no delivery options for Canada?? Is there a way to place an order??
Rachel Macy Stafford says
Hi Holly, we are so thrilled that people are requesting international shipping. My sister-in-law is working on it as we speak. If you wouldn’t mind sending her an email, she can let you know when we are up and running. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for the support! -Rachel
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Wow Rachel!!! Your blog totally resonated with me as a Mom and writer myself. We share similar stories. I can relate to the message you are sending out and had began this journey of living less distracted a couple years ago. However, I found myself occasionally backsliding with my reliance on my mobile phone distractions. A friend of mine posted your blog info on face book . Reading your blog brought a new awareness to me today. I am trying to fit more moments in with my children that are un-distracted. Seeing their smiles and feeling the connection with them is so meaningful. I encourage parents to continue this way of living. Valuing the moments to be ever present with your children. The moments of childhood are so fleeting. I continue this journey of finding balance within this technological world we live in. I encourage other parents to begin implementing more undistracted moments in each day with their child. Not having your mobile devices with you at all times. Maybe keeping them in your purse or not having the urgency to respond to calls, texts and emails when interacting with your child. Setting aside moments when your not engaged with your children to handle these adult interactions will improve the relationship with your child and make them feel more like a priority! If parents would keep in mind that our children are likely to emulate the behaviors they see us do, even when they become adults themselves. Each one… teach one….. Peace & Prayers to more connectedness with the ones we love!!
Maricel Rocha says
Can you please let me kno if you have a spanish vertion of your book?
If so how can I get a copy? If not, when is it going to e available?
My sister in law who lives in Argentina would really love to read your book.
Diana Geiger says
Notify me of new posts by email, Thanks 🙂
Christina Frady says
Love what you are sharing!
Maricelly Cruz says
I will love to have a spanish version of your new book. Is it going to be available in spanish?
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