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The Best Gaming Tablets of 2017

Gaming’s come a long, long way since the early days when the most exciting thing you could was play ping pong on a stand-up machine in an arcade – and the technology’s moved along with it. So it’s no...

Safety First: Keeping Tabs on Your Kids in a Digital World

A generation ago keeping tabs on your kids was relatively easy. Parents knew the parents of their children’s friends. Children knew that their friends’ parents would likely report back on any misbehavior to their own parents. Kids knew where...

How to Keep Your Children’s Identity and Information Safe From Prying Eyes

With children of all ages spending many of their waking hours on phones, tablets, and computers these days, it’s no wonder that parents across the world are worried about who might come across their family’s personal information. As well, in...

The Most Productive Ways to Spend Time on the Internet

We all know that the internet is a great tool for procrastination. And whilst there’s still a debate about whether spending too much time on Facebook can be harmful, it’s clear that there are some more productive ways to...

How to Monitor Your Teen’s Technology Use

Do you watch detective movies and find yourself questioning how they manage to solve a mystery using only their deductive reasoning skills and a little know-how? As parents of teenagers, there might be days when we wish we could tap...

No Cell Phones at the Dinner Table

How many times have you been to a family restaurant only to see a happy foursome ordering appetizers and entrees with their connected noses stuck deep down into their phones. Here they are, out on a Saturday night to...

Paying Your Teenagers Cell Phone Bill

According to some nationwide statistics in the United States, most kids have a cell phone of their own by the time that they are 12. For many others, they are given cell phones even younger. These cell phones, which...

Is Facebook Ruining Your Life

According to a news report released today by Fox 5 News network, 80 minutes of Facebook per day, is enough to cause depression and anxiety disorders in both children and adults. Could this aimless scrolling where you get sneak...

Following your Children’’s Face Book Page

Ten years ago, parents were engaging in the battle of whether reading their teen’s diary was an invasion of privacy or not. Today, the diary has been albeit replaced by a Facebook Page. For many parents who are not...

Understanding Today’s Facebook and Texting Slang

If you have ever landed on a Facebook page that belongs to someone under the age of 25, you were likely curious whether they graduated high school at all…or if their random posts are just a series of typos....

Popular Theme Parks – Disneyland, SeaWorld and Universal Studios

Fun-seeking individuals have been enjoying theme parks for many years. Ever see those wonderful old turn-of-the-century moving pictures of early amusement parks where the ladies are riding coasters in a dress and the gentlemen are wearing a tie as they enjoy the bumper cars? Obviously, such attractions have long...

Christmas Tree Safety – Don’t Burn the House Down

Christmas trees are a staple in most households as a beautiful tradition that is celebrated and decorated with pure joy every year. Of course, every year there have been changes within the family structure, living arrangements, and countless other avenues that can impact on the safety of a family’s...

What Happened to Sunday – The Day of Rest, Religion and Relaxation

The first day of the week (or the last day depending upon how you look at it) has traditionally be a day of rest. A day of visiting with families, going to church, strolling by grave-sites to visit loved ones who have passed, sitting down with extended family to...