Social Media Rules for Children: A Parent’s Guide

It seems as if social media users keep getting younger and younger, and with contemplating Facebook removing their age restriction, more and more children are going to find themselves on social media sites. As a parent, it’s very important that you talk to your children about social media so that they have an understanding of […]

Family Budget – Kids and Cell Phones

This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine. The question of whether kids need cell phones is controversial to some. With news headlines depicting continued financial instability and decline, the family budgets tighten even more. Common sense articulates budget cuts in this unstable environment. On the other hand, the recent […]

Evie, Driving Hands Free for IPhone Moms

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Evie. All opinions are 100% mine. The question of cell phone safety remains a top news item. Just the other day a girl fell into a fountain in a local mall while texting rather than paying attention to where she was going. More frequently […]

Reaching out to Moms

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Charter. All opinions are 100% mine. Charter Communications is reaching out to Moms…. Who is Charter Communications? Charter Communications, Inc. is a Fortune 500 company and the fourth-largest cable operator in the United States. In this role, we are privileged to provide advanced video, […]

Parenting Tip: Cyberbullying Safeguards

Parents’ concerns about Internet safety were at one time confined to the computer. Today, kids have unlimited access to the Internet via smart phones and gaming devices. The potential for cyberbullying is alarmingly greater than ever. Cyberbullying is when one minor uses technology as a weapon to target another young person. According to StopCyberbullying.org, elementary and […]

Education Tips: Tech Tools for College Kids

Communication is a vital part of parenting and the key to building solid relationships with your children. With my youngest son studying abroad, in London to be exact, this article by Family Features struck a “must share” chord! We communicated mostly through Skype. It was free and fit his budget perfectly! The college kids need […]