How to Clean Up Your Tech Chaos
How to Talk to Your Kids about Mental Health
What Happens to Your Brain after Emotional Trauma
Can Student Mental Health Days Save Lives?
How Stress Affects the Adolescent Brain
The Emotions That Fuel Procrastination!
Teaching Kids to Navigate Fear and Anxiety
How to Support Kids' Mental Health
The 10-Minute Superhero Workout
How Parents Should Approach Their Child’s Weight Gain
How to Address Mental Health with Teens
Teen Felt the One Thing She Could Control during COVID was Food
Why Eating Disorders Have Skyrocketed during the Pandemic
Meet Teen Whose Eating Issues Spiraled during the Pandemic
How Teen Brothers are Helping Peers with Mental Health Issues
Teen Brothers Share Their Song about Mental Health
Mom and Daughter Share Immune-Boosting and Healing Soups
Eating Disorder Warning Signs for Parents
When to Talk to Your Kids about Adult Content
Power Life Creator Tony Horton’s 3 Tips for Staying Healthy
To manage things like multiple email accounts, Slacks channels, and Zoom addresses, Sarah suggests, Shift, which aims to streamline your various accounts into one location.
To help manage the tech and messages used for kids in school, she likes ClassDojo, which she says can help manage the various communications about school and classroom activities.
For help with too many browser tabs, Sarah uses Toby, which she likes because it allows her to save her browser sessions, organize her tabs, and also share tabs with others.
Her trick for a messy computer desktop is using a desktop tool like CleanMyMac, which searches for files you may have accumulated during the day and helps to organize them.
Another tip from Sarah on combating tech chaos is saving more files to the cloud and not your desktop or computer, which allows you to clean up at your leisure.
Check out the video above to find out Sarah's tips on conserving WIFI bandwidth when you have multiple people using the internet at the same time.