parental controls


It’s easier now more than ever to get into some serious debt. With the ease of credit cards and online shopping, it can feel like money comes out of thin air. This can be especially so with teenagers. As teaching in remote locations steadily becomes the norm, the importance of […]

How to Teach Your Teenager the Value of an Online ...



Looking through most social media feeds, we’re bombarded with posts from “friends” showing off the latest vacation.  We also see “check-in’s” where the poster will check- in at various locations. The danger with posting current pictures or “checking-in” can be a perfect formula for theft.  When a status on social […]

Can Oversharing on Social Media Welcome a Thief?



It can be hard to constantly monitor what your child is doing online. If you’re always stressed about your child’s activity, not only is it bad for you, but you could limit your child’s vital learning about how to use important technology. In our increasingly digital world, the more a […]

Four Signs in Kids That Can Indicate Unsafe Online Behavior


Kids are more in tune with technology and new gadgets than us parents. They may already be using the latest social networking app or are familiar with the latest games while we’re still trying to figure out Facebook and Twitter. The use of smartphones by kids is always a double-edged […]

Smarter Ways to Protect Your Kids through Their Smartphones


NetSanity is a parental control that let you protect your kids on Apple iOS and Android devices at home and on the go. We love their product and wanted to share the awesome features it has to keep your kids safe: Parental control for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch & Samsung […]

NetSanity Giveaway





Netiquette refers to good manners on the internet and treating other people on the internet as you would like to be treated yourself. Children may not realize that they can accidentally offend someone online. Unfortunately, some people use the internet and/or mobile phones to upset or harass others. This is […]

Tips to Save Your Child from Being a Victim of ...



As the average age of a first mobile device increases and the number of social tools our kids use to connect increases, us parents are often left scratching our heads when it comes to keeping our children safe online. Today the average age for a first mobile device is 13, according […]

Increasing the Digital Safety Net Beyond Email