Liquid Screen Design Hires Janice Lundberg-Bloomquist

 Liquid Screen Design (LSD) has hired Janice Lundberg-Bloomquist as its new Branding and Swagging Consumer Reviewer (B.S.C.S.).

“We are lucky to land Janice,” said Katie Woznak, Liquid Screen Design Branding and Swagging Architect. “Branding and Swagging is in our DNA and there is no one else out there that brings the B.S. to consumer reviews like she can.”

Janice comes to Liquid Screen Design from the Askov Weekly Standard as she has served as its consumer products reviewer and social media influencer since 2001. She has been reviewing products sine 1992 after a stapler jammed while she was teaching 4th grade and wrote a strongly-worded letter to the manufacturer (which she did not send – heaven forbid) and a new career was born. An amateur ukuleleist and enthusiastic coffee addict, Janice lives at home in Mora, Minnesota with her three “children,” a British-shorthair named Smokey, and her two prize-winning Tabbies, Jennifur and Mitchell. Janice was the 2012 Bea Stevenson’s Award Winner for Excellence in Consumer Reviews and Reports and has been featured on the television show Extreme Couponing: Midwest Madness.

Janice will be releasing product reviews bi-weekly of the best new and interesting swag items and all the classics as well starting in early 2022.

About Liquid Screen Design

For over a decade, Liquid Screen Design has been the creative force behind the success of a multitude of brands. The company is known for its innovative ideas, unique products, custom swag solutions, and unbeatable service. Its team brings a wealth of experience to every project and is tapped into leading trends among a broad scope of audiences, enabling them to help each client get the most out of every campaign.

Liquid Screen Design’s cutting-edge designs, depth of knowledge around trends, and focus on deliverables always hits the mark and sets them apart from the competition. With four full-time graphic designers on staff, clients receive complimentary artwork that turns something ordinary into something magical to share with their audiences.

The company serves businesses, organizations, charities, governmental agencies, summer camps, individuals, and more. Those interested in learning more about the company or its products and services are encouraged to visit its official website or by calling 612-234-7230.

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Excessive Screen Time Usage Surges Among Children and Teens

The Old Schoolhouse® encourages the alternative education solution of homeschooling

GRAY, Tenn.April 20, 2021PRLog — Before 2020, school would not have accounted for an excessive amount of screen time for most students, but at the start of the 2020–21 school year, 52% of US students were learning virtually (CNBC ( In addition to child and teen usage of social media, entertainment (movies, reality shows, etc.), and video games, now screen time spent on schoolwork must be factored into total screen hours.

Is living a digital life dangerous?

It is for children and teens. It does not prepare students for life. If devices are taken away, children who have become addicted could face withdrawal symptoms when not receiving the artificial stimulation of a “reward” every few minutes. Dr. Jenny Radesky, a pediatrician who studies children’s use of mobile technology at the University of Michigan, encourages parents to turn off Wi-Fi except during school hours so kids don’t feel tempted every moment to check their social media accounts. Her concern is that the longer they’ve been doing a habituated behavior, the harder it’s going to be to break the habit (NY Times (…)).

What can parents do who want to nip this problem in the bud?

Many have found that switching from their public online schooling to homeschooling gives them the freedom to monitor the time their children spend online. Although technology is still oftentimes used, the control is placed back into the hands of the parents, giving them the freedom to monitor their children’s online activity and adjust as needed.

The Old Schoolhouse® understands the need for balance between online and tactile learning and presents this balance well with its curriculum platform, It allows parents to download materials to teach outdoors, in their dining room, or even on the road. “We do have online components such as videos and interactive content, but many of our courses can be used by parents offline,” shared Gena Suarez, publisher of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. “We want to help parents teach their children by offering them the tools, confidence, and support necessary to give them control of their child’s education. We provide activities, printables, and resources so parents can enjoy spending time with their children while teaching them along the way.”

The Old Schoolhouse® is extending its hand to new homeschoolers offering them a free, “How To Homeschool Info-Pak.” By breaking down what homeschooling is and isn’t, parents who visit ( and utilize the free resources will have the tools needed to help them get started with homeschooling. Homeschooling does not need to be overwhelming, and with twenty years of experience, The Old Schoolhouse® provides both the resources and the training needed to ensure parents can provide their children a quality education.

About The Old Schoolhouse®

The Old Schoolhouse® ( is a privately held corporation that publishes the industry-leading homeschool education print magazine, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, as well as hundreds of books and planning support tools for homeschooling families., a division of The Old Schoolhouse®, supports over 9,000 member families with more than 475 courses for preschool through high school, as well as educational videos, World Book Online, transcripts, report cards, planning tools, and recordkeeping. Established in 2001, The Old Schoolhouse® is focused on providing high-quality, encouraging, affordable solutions for homeschooling families.