The Screen-Free Quarantine - Day 21 - The Day I Unplugged My Kids' Education

If not all children — but some children – are negatively affected by excessive screen exposure, and I know this to be true, what will your child’s in-person classroom look like next year?

The robot head has turned into a boy. Not sure what his name is, but he is most certainly screen-free!


Turner Syndrome - Twenty Years in Review.

Kasie has this unique gift...she shares her victories so generously, you might find yourself forgetting that she was the one who conquered the obstacle, not you. 

Kasie poses for a photo with a local photographer and friend.

About Julie

Julie Christian has four children, ages 10,11, 19 and 29. She is married to the man of her dreams, Mike Christian, and she writes from her home in southwest Florida.

Julie has completed two novels.

She is president for her local Word Weavers chapter, and she also manages the Twitter feed for @wordweaversinternational.

She works part-time for a local public relations firm and often imagines herself as Bridget Jones, "fannying about the press releases," in Hugh Grant's voice.

In her spare time, she enjoys gardening at her home, which she lovingly calls “The Book Farm,” and sailing with her family on their West Wight Potter 19.

Until December, 2019, she wrote with her partner, Tolstoy, a French Bulldog rescue who passed away.  She now volunteers her home to other French Bulldogs who need rescue and harbor hidden literary talent.

Julie and Mike co-authored a non-fiction work, Island in the Bubble.  Julie's work will also be published in a 30 Day Devotional titled Abba's Heart (anticipated release Spring of 2020). Her story will also be highlighted in a chapter of Strength of a Woman: Why You Are Proverbs 31, by Lauren Crews.


Book Julie to speak at your event

Julie is a 2019 SpeakUp Alumnus and she will be honored to speak to your group about a variety of topics. 

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