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Lisa Eldred

Lisa Eldred is a Michigan-based writer and editor. By day she writes for Covenant Eyes. By night she collects Star Wars- and Harry Potter-themed LEGOs and Cthulhu kitsch. Her favorite tabletop RPG system ever is Edge of the Empire. You can find her at wasabijane.com or on Twitter at @firstcrusader.

Keeping the Gadgets Fun: 3 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe Online this Christmas

Christmas means kids asking for new tech gifts and to spend more time online. Here are some tips to help keep your kids safe.

Parenting and Protection in “The Passenger”

Lisa Eldred wonders why "The Passenger" makes light of the loss of Frog Lady's eggs and hopes that Mando and The Child can learn as they move forward in the series.

Online Gaming and Room at the Table for Disabled People

When Lisa Eldred had trouble playing games online, she more strongly empathized with the importance of game accessibility for disabled people.

The Mark of the Medjay

As Bayek was accosted for help because of his role as a Medjay, Lisa examined her own life to see how she could answer the cries for help around her.

Magic and Faith in Onward

In the midst of a global pandemic, Onward provides us an interesting parable on learning to cope with what we can't control.

Skywalker Saga Reflections – Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi

Writer Lisa Eldred shows how Kylo and Luke exemplify two extremes of people addressing life trials, but Yoda shows another way in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Betrayal Legacy and the Skeletons In Our Closets

Lisa Eldred writes how a campaign of Betrayal Legacy reminded her of not only her own family tree but of another -the Messiah.

Seeing the World Through Yarny’s Eyes in Unravel

Fictional worlds may be more alluring than our world, but Unravel shows us how beauty can be found in nature's ordinary and small things if we stop to look.

The Weight of Worth: Body Issues and Dignity in Endgame

Lisa Eldred weighs in on what Endgame gets right and wrong about Thor's weight gain and its connection to his and our self-worth.