10 Security Targets in the Internet of Things – Infographic

10 Security Targets in the Internet of Things – Infographic

Have you hard the term “Internet of Things” also known is IoT? Even if you have not heard the term you are already living in a world full of IoT. Think about your smart devices that you connect to like Hue lighting, Arlo security cameras, Nest thermostat, Jawbone UP fitness band, and the like. While these devices are amazing we all also need to be aware that there are security … Continue Reading →
#MobileLiving Twitter Chat Recap – Emergency Preparedness

#MobileLiving Twitter Chat Recap – Emergency Preparedness

This past Friday I hosted the #MobileLiving Twitter chat about emergency preparedness. For those that attended, or if you missed it, I wanted to share all the tips, bookmarks and resources I shared. Below you can see my tweets from the chat. The purpose of this chat was to help all of us prepare ahead of time for disasters and emergencies. Hopefully no one has to use this, but if … Continue Reading →
Baby Safety Tips and Infographic – September is #BabySafetyMonth

Baby Safety Tips and Infographic – September is #BabySafetyMonth

September is Baby Safety Month and as a grandma of twin babies this is always of importance to me. The girls are growing fast, but at 18 months they are still babies. This week’s infographic (I share infographics each Saturday) is all about baby safety and making sure you strap babies in safely in all of their gear. Plus I’m sharing a few other tips and useful information and links to … Continue Reading →
Tips On How To Create a Disaster Plan for Crisis

Tips On How To Create a Disaster Plan for Crisis

Disasters can happen anywhere and at any time, and the emergency situations that follow can typically involve life-altering decisions, actions and consequences. No matter what region you and your family live in and regardless of which large-scale threat your area could be subject to, being prepared is crucial to handling these frightening situations in a proper manner. Following these tips can help you be ready for emergency scenarios. Understand potential … Continue Reading →
Protect Your Grandchildren (or children) at Home

Protect Your Grandchildren (or children) at Home

You all know I simply adore my twin granddaughters – they are now just a little over a year old. I want to make sure that as a grandma, well ok my grandma name is Ga-Ga, that the girls will be safe when they are in my home. With every generation things change in a variety of ways so I have to keep up now with the new changes in … Continue Reading →
Safety Tips for Buying/Selling Locally Online

Safety Tips for Buying/Selling Locally Online

Do you regularly buy or sell items online where you meet up with people locally to make the exchange? Common places to find transactions are Craigslist, Letgo, etc. You can post items for sale or find items to buy and they generally are for local pickup and delivery. While most of these transactions present no problems at all, sadly, there have been some very serious crimes committed with some throughout … Continue Reading →
Online Shopping Safety Tips

Online Shopping Safety Tips

I have been online shopping for years and years now and love it. While some of you have been already been shopping online, some of you are also fairly new to it. Regardless of how long you have been shopping online it is important to remember to be safe. Online Shopping Safety Tips: Shop Trusted Stores While I love supporting small businesses, sadly, there are a lot of con artists … Continue Reading →
Tips for Safer Online Shopping

Tips for Safer Online Shopping

If you are like me you do a lot of your holiday shopping online these days. While it can be very convenient, it also has its risks. As we are now into the thick of the holiday shopping season I thought I would share some tips for safer online shopping. Watch for Secure URLs Any site you are shopping at should have a secure URL. Look for an “s” to … Continue Reading →
There’s a Killer on the Road

There’s a Killer on the Road

I normally do a cocktail recipe each Friday, but this week I wanted to remind everyone not to drink and drive. Particularly because this is Halloween weekend and there will be a lot of people going to parties and drinking. Even buzzed driving can be fatal – you don’t have to be falling down drunk to be an impaired driver! If you, or someone you know, plans on going to … Continue Reading →
#SharingSafety for New Drivers for National Teen Driver Safety Week PLUS Win Tires

#SharingSafety for New Drivers for National Teen Driver Safety Week PLUS Win Tires

I am sharing this post as a part of the Michelin #SharingSafety campaign along with She Buys Cars. I have been compensated, but the story below is my own real story and my own opinion. Even though my son has been driving for several years now, I still worry about him behind the wheel. It’s a mom thing I guess. T was always a “car guy”, even as a baby. … Continue Reading →