What You Need to Know to Switch from Android to iPhone

If you're thinking about making the switch from Android to iPhone, here are a few things you'll want to know first.

After years of using anything but Apple (three Windows Phones and two Androids), I’ve finally taken the plunge into iPhone land. Here are some tips for choosing a new iPhone, how to transfer your data from your Android to your iPhone, what you might miss about your Android, and what iPhone perks will make you … Read more What You Need to Know to Switch from Android to iPhone

Get Organized with a Super-Simple OneNote Bullet Journal

Want to get organized in a simple, portable way? Check out my OneNote Bullet Journal method.

I am far from the world’s most organized person. Maybe you can relate. I think I tend to over-complicate my organizational methods, and then I give up when things begin to descend into chaos again. For my everyday tasks, however, I have found a really simple and flexible way to get organized with a OneNote … Read more Get Organized with a Super-Simple OneNote Bullet Journal

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In the market for an iPhone 8, 8 Plus, or X but looking for a deal? Related: Practical iPhone Tips to Make You Feel Like a Pro I’ve been searching for something to replace my dying Moto G5. I’ve been considering the Moto X4, but I’ve also been toying with the idea of switching to … Read more Featured Bargain: Grab Your Cheap iPhone 8 (or 8 Plus or X) Now!

STEM Clothing for Girls: An Interview with the Creator of STEM Stitchery

Have a budding scientist in your home and looking for cute, science-themed dresses with pockets? Want STEM clothing for girls that’s both pretty and functional? In college when I began taking programming classes in earnest and later as I entered the workforce, I had this unshakable feeling that I couldn’t express my femininity too strongly … Read more STEM Clothing for Girls: An Interview with the Creator of STEM Stitchery

Best Cheap Cellphone Plans of 2019 (And How to Choose the One That’s Perfect for You)

Looking to save money with a cheap cellphone plan? Look no further than this post that will give you the rundown and help you choose the plan that's right for you.

Looking for the best cheap cellphone plans? I tried a whole bunch of plans so you don’t have to… Read on for my comparison of the pros and cons. For my personal pick, take a look at the summary here: Review of: Mint Mobile I like easy-to-use mobile app great price “just works” on an … Read more Best Cheap Cellphone Plans of 2019 (And How to Choose the One That’s Perfect for You)

One Engineer’s Hilarious Tech Solution for Deterring Package Theft

Got package thieves you want to scare away? Here's one solution that will have you laughing and scheming how to make your own!

Have you ever waited eagerly for a package only to find it had been stolen? Especially around the holidays, package theft is a big deal. Check out this engineer’s hilarious solution to deterring package thieves… or at least giving them an experience they’ll never forget! When he couldn’t get local authorities to do anything about … Read more One Engineer’s Hilarious Tech Solution for Deterring Package Theft

The Future of Technology: 4 Exciting Trends on the Horizon

What will the future of technology bring? What will our children's world look like? Here are a few technologies already on their way.

Recently a friend posed an interesting question on my Facebook feed: what will the future of technology look like? This morning I woke up from a dream about an alien invasion. In my dream, we knew the invasion was coming because the aliens had warned us–we even knew the date it would happen. But being … Read more The Future of Technology: 4 Exciting Trends on the Horizon

The Best Educational YouTube Channels for Preschoolers

Need a quick go-to list of clean, educational YouTube channels for your preschooler? Look no further!

Let’s talk today about some of my family’s favorite educational YouTube channels for preschoolers! Anyone else have a kid who’s obsessed with watching videos? I’m pretty sure my three year old isn’t the only one. The frequency with which he asks if he can watch a video is a little ridiculous, especially since the answer … Read more The Best Educational YouTube Channels for Preschoolers

How to Use LastPass to Protect Your Online Treasures

Once we start talking about creating secure passwords, we need a way to keep track of all those passwords without losing our minds. LastPass is the option I’ve used for several years. If you don’t have an account yet, go here and either sign for a free enterprise trial (for you entrepreneurs with teams to … Read more How to Use LastPass to Protect Your Online Treasures

Two-Factor Authentication: Why Your Password Isn’t Enough

If you want to protect your accounts online, it's not enough to just set up a secure password. Here's how to add two-factor authentication to your accounts.

Is two-factor authentication just another buzzword? You’ve probably heard the buzz about two-factor authentication and wondered what it was or if it was even relevant to you. Does it really matter? Should you enable it? Is it anything more than just an annoyance? So here’s the deal. Our entire lives are online, right? Not just … Read more Two-Factor Authentication: Why Your Password Isn’t Enough

6 Things You Need to Do Right Now to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Sometimes it feels like the Internet owns us. Practically everything we do we can do online–our shopping, our interaction with friends, our research… We have accounts everywhere and could feasibly live almost our entire lives without ever leaving the house. (Not that it would be healthy to do so. But it would be possible.) With … Read more 6 Things You Need to Do Right Now to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

How to Create a Secure Password

Creating secure passwords doesn't have to be hard. Here's how to create strong passwords and remember them, too.

Creating secure passwords is annoying, right? Like, how am I supposed to create a secure password with the right number of letters, numbers, symbols, and length… And then actually remember it, and the other one-hundred-thousand-million passwords I have, and every other little aspect of life that I’m supposed to remember as a mom?  I mean, … Read more How to Create a Secure Password

The Fault in Our Stars, Or, The (Non-) Meaning of Oblivion

“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves” William Shakespeare, “Julius Caesar” Recently I’ve been hearing about The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. The title intrigued me and the trailer for the upcoming movie adaptation even more so. And so it was that, armed with a Barnes and Noble gift card … Read more The Fault in Our Stars, Or, The (Non-) Meaning of Oblivion