Going Camping? Keep Your High-Tech Gear Safe With These Tips

First things first: Do you really need to bring your tablet or laptop on your camping trip? Are you really going to watch a movie instead of looking at the stars? Check your email instead of roasting marshmallows? Work instead of play? Well, OK. We can’t stop you. But we can help you keep your

Keeping your Teen Safe on the Road

Did you know that 1 out of 6 newly licensed teens will get in a crash within the first 6 months? The more you talk to your kids about safe driving, the safer and more responsible they’ll be behind the wheel. Here are some things to look for and some things you can do to

7 Facts About Teachers that Might Surprise You

“What really makes a teacher is love … for it is love that transforms the social duty of the educator into the higher consciousness of a mission.” Almost everyone has a story about a teacher who inspired them—the one who made learning fun, ignited a passion for a specific topic, or even pushed students hard

Ten ways to protect yourself from the sun’s rays

When my teenage daughter arrived home the other day with a sunburned face, I asked her why she didn’t use her sunscreen. She answered with, “I did Mom! I put it on this morning.” But since she was out all day and never re-applied it, she still got a sunburn. According to the American Cancer

Items to Bring on a Road Trip

It’s summertime! Time to take a road trip! Normally, gas is cheaper than airfare, and you don’t have to sit in those long lines at the airport or wait for a layover. It can be less stressful and more fun on the road…if you’re prepared! Use this checklist before embarking on your next road trip