Tag: online

CenturyLink Price For Life – Improve Family Time And Your Budget

Post Disclaimer:  This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of CenturyLink. The opinions are all mine.   Back-To-School time feels like the beginning of the new year more than the traditional January 1st. It’s truly a new beginning!   Every fall, I like to start the season fresh and one way I do

5 Easy Ways to Safeguard Kids’ Tech Devices from Predators

  New apps pop up almost every day, and instantly every single one of your kid¹s friends and classmates are using this bright and shiny new toy and, you find out, so is your kid. The app looks age appropriate and harmless, but predators find ways to infiltrate and exploit. Yes, you check your child’s phone, computer or

Tips For Safe Shopping Online

Online shopping is becoming a progressively larger part of our lives – no wonder with the irreplaceable convenience and great discounts!  I love it! Reductions in many popular stores are only available when purchasing on the Internet, and grabbing some Nordstrom coupons or other promo codes has never been easier with a large selection of

Shop When You Like And Find What You Love At OKDress.co.uk

Although my daughter’s enjoy getting something new to wear they aren’t the easiest to physically get to a store or Mall.  Kind of different, I know.  But, I’m sure my girls aren’t the only ones that don’t enjoy strolling through racks of clothing and find it much more appealing to look for clothes online.  With

The Mom Conference: Online and Free This Week!

For those of us that would enjoy connecting with other mothers, yet can’t make it to meetings and/or conferences that always seem to happen out of town, The Mom Conference is for us! This conference happens online and is FREE! Monday, April 7th – Conference launches! Each day of the conference, a new set of

Why Women Rule US Social Media

Various studies show that women are taking over social media. Women connect with brands more online, women gather their news from social media and share information more than men. What do you think of these findings? Studies have shown again and again (*ahem* slight blog name drop ;-> ) that women encourage more communication than