Author, blogger, speaker, but especially mom, Julie is curious, creative and a little hyperactive. Thanks to his blog Mom booh, it makes us discover how our reality as a parent can be more sweet and enriching. Above all, she is an ordinary girl who experiences extraordinary things despite the vagaries of life. Its goal: to inspire people who juggle life's difficulties, who have the impression of having a "heart in the mud" to feel less alone and better understood by the authentic sharing of their own journey and tips facilitative. His presence at the 5 @ 8 will certainly help you to play down the most difficult moments. How many children do you have and how old are they? I have two children (I should rather say "teenagers") 12 and 14 years old. How many screens do you have at home? Hmm ... Two televisions (but just one plugged in), a family computer, my laptop, 3 tablets (one for each child + mine) and recently, 4 smart phones (in fact, the children inherited from our old ). On a "normal" weekday, how many hours are you with your children? Good question ! In general, I am present at levee or lying! I am there when they leave for school, but also when they return, evenings, weekends, etc., except when I give conferences, cover events or when I am in Book Fairs. In short, I am as much at home as they can be! How many hours a day do you see the screens? Aye! The question that kills! I work from home, on the screens most of the time, using the internet connection, unless it is writing for my manuscripts and again, I do a lot of research ... Flute! What habit have you lost because of (or thanks to) technology? To use a watch, a dial and even a stopwatch. To search for my camera, I always use that of my iPhone. What is the app you can't do without on your cell phone? Does the flashlight count? If not, what calendar can I synchronize with everyone else? Facetime or Messenger to stay in touch with the family who is (too) far away? Which app should you delete? How difficult is it to manage your own screen consumption? Noui. Is there a rule for using screens in your home? Not at night! It’s weird, I imagine, when you have young children, to read this, but teens communicate all the time, so with us, once in bed, it’s over. Ideally, no iBébelles au 2efloor where the rooms are (except for us, the parents and these are only our phones). I don’t bring my computer to my room or very rarely. And, we must always be respectful! Being a user who has good practices, at all times, me as a blogger, but also as an individual and I expect my children to be too. It requires an education, I hope it is well acquired, in fact. Are you more of a plane or FOMO (fear of missing out) mode? "Airplane", I love this option.