Tag: Safety Tips

Are You Sharing Too Much Online?

In the 21st century, people live a whole lot of their lives online. On one hand, this can be a good thing. On the internet, you can connect with friends who live thousands of miles away, get minute-by-minute news updates, and find information about nearly any topic. However, there’s a potential dark side to all Read More…

4 Projects to Make Your Home Safer

With so many people stuck at home these days, more and more have turned to home improvement projects to make home a better place to be, as well as to simply keep busy. People are painting and updating their bathrooms. They’re working on their lawns and changing out light fixtures. And so on and so Read More…

Safety Tips for Online Banking

These days, banking online is a pretty common practice. As of 2018, 73% of U.S. consumers reported using online banking (on a desktop or laptop), while 59% utilized mobile banking (on a smartphone or tablet). And given current stay-at-home measures, those numbers can only have gone up. As with so many things that become commonplace, Read More…

How to Use Online Dating Safely and Effectively

Falling in love and forming meaningful relationships online is more common now than ever. About 30% of American adults admit to using online dating sites or mobile apps. When broken down by age, 48% of 18- to 29-year-olds say they’ve used online dating sites, while the figure stands at 16% for those 50 and older. Read More…

Is It a Good Time to Invest?

With as much social and economic upheaval as the U.S. has endured over the last several months, you would probably think it is a bad idea to take a chance on investing. However, there are many financial experts who actually think it could be a good idea. At least, it could be a good idea Read More…

How to Avoid Charity Scams

These days, COVID-19 and nationwide race protests have done a lot to tug on people’s heart strings…and purse strings. Whatever your perspective may be, there is an organization out there that can promise it will fight for it, with your support. In such emotional times, there’s another industry that has found ample opportunity to support Read More…

How to Keep Elderly Relatives Safe in Their Home

As your loved ones start to age and lose some of their mobility, it’s important to figure out how much care they may need, and by whom. Except in cases of extreme physical or mental disability, it is probably not necessary for an elderly family member to move into a nursing home. But what can Read More…

Where You Can Go on Your Summer Vacation

This year, you may think that actually going away for a summer vacation is off the table. However, that doesn’t have to be the case. While it’s pretty safe to say that this year’s summer vacation options look quite a bit different from years past, there are still options. With a little creativity and reframing Read More…

5 Dating Safety Tips

You might not think much about safety during a date, but it’s important. What are the best ways to stay safe before you go on a date with someone?

Why Parents Should Talk to Their Kids About Safety

As parents, you have a huge responsibility. You’re the ones setting your children up for the rest of their lives! It can be a daunting prospect. But there are plenty of ways to make sure you’re doing all you can. One of the best ways to set your kids up for success is to talk Read More…