Beginning on the first of February each year, our nation spends the month honoring the history and contributions of African Americans. The theme for Black History Month 2018 is “African Americans in Times of War”, spotlighting the brave men and women who served their country in the armed forces, especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the American principles of freedom and democracy.
Social Media has exploded in the last decade and its influence on adolescents is a topic of constant debate. Yet the ultimate question remains: how young is too young to be using social networks? Social Media can be addictive because of its user’s curiosity about the contacts, recent events, and the general need to constantly know what their peers are up to.
Whether your kids are restless waiting for the holidays to arrive or after the thrill of opening presents is over, remedy the boredom with this list of activities for at home and away.
Movies – Just because it’s a kid’s movie doesn’t mean it won’t be appreciated by the entire family. The children will be entertained,
Over three dozen schools across the country have fallen victim to attacks by cyberthieves this year alone: Paychecks and data are being stolen, and networks are being taken over to extort money.
Schools are rushing to increase the use of technology in the classroom but aren’t taking the proper precautions to keep data secure.
As school begins to wind down, I am sure all parents out there are struggling to keep their kids focused on their finals that lay between now and summer. Here are a few tips for keeping them focused.
- Keep them in their routine – Just because summer is around the corner doesn’t mean that school is over.
With the warm weather finally here, I am sure that many of you are in search of a good father son activity that promotes athleticism as well as being outdoors. Here are a few options for you active father son duos.
- Golf Tournaments – As we sit here in the wake of an exciting Masters tournament,
As you are probably starting to realize, summer is right around the corner and it is important to start looking for activities for your kids to keep them busy throughout June and July. Here are a few different types of camps to look out for!
- Sports camp – The best way to stay active and busy in the summer is without a doubt a sports camp.
As you must have noticed by now, pollen has taken much of the U.S. by storm and there is little to do to combat it. Here are some tips for how to avoid it as best you can.
- Monitor the Pollen Count – During the spring when Pollen is prevalent, a variety of news sources keep track of the Pollen count which is put together by local weather sources.
With all signs pointing towards warm weather coming soon, many of you may be looking to get one last weekend ski trip in before the slopes close for the season. No matter where in the country you live, you are never to far from a ski resort and here are the closing date ranges of some popular ones that may be in your area.
It’s getting to be crunch time for this looking to plan a family trip for spring break. Here are a few of the most popular spots around the U.S. that are definitely worth considering.
- Walt Disney World – Who doesn’t love the magic of Disney World? The answer to that is very few people.