“Thought leadership” may sound like something out of sci-fi movie but, for those dedicated to digital marketing, it represents a new and proven form of forging ahead in business. Becoming a thought leader is more than just paying attention to... Read More
Much of the discussion about education focuses on the K-12 years, but some early childhood education experts suggest serious learning can start even earlier and pay dividends for the child in years to come.
“Young children have the capacity at a very... Read More
Each year in the United States, more than 2,200 children – or six kids a day – die from an injury in the home. Learn what parents are concerned about and what they do ̶ or don’t do ̶ to keep kids safe in the home.
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Is there a cell phone or set of car keys that hasn’t made its way into your toddler’s mouth? We didn’t think so. Don’t despair – there are simple tips that can help keep your children from getting injured as a result of their compulsive need... Read More
The saying that youth is wasted on the young may be especially true when it comes to saving for retirement.
“Too many people wait way too long to start thinking about how much they will need to finance their retirement,” says Chris Heerlein,... Read More
Join Rich Valdez and Ted Hicks as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews.
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The new year has brought us a new tax code. What may be less clear is what all its pages mean to you.
The good news is that the new law continues to reward society’s savers. Not only can you benefit from setting money aside for future expenses, but... Read More
There are many things about the Parkland, Florida, high school massacre that are depressingly familiar. One is the weapon used by the 19-year-old suspect.
It was an AR-15. The same lightweight, semi-automatic rifle used in many other mass... Read More
For many groups, nonprofit organizations, and government departments, Facebook Live provides all of the tools necessary to organize a live-streaming event—an event calendar, publishing tools to get streams up and running, live interaction with... Read More
With Valentine’s Day this week we all have love on the brain. Online dating has become increasingly popular so meeting new people isn’t what it used to be. That being said, it’s important to know how to protect yourself and your... Read More
Valentine’s Day is all above love, right? That means flowers, chocolates, a nice dinner out — and maybe a fitness band?
Whoa, whoa, whoa. As gifts go, fitness bands rank right up there with self-help books and vacuum cleaners in saying,... Read More
The National Council for Home Safety and Security announces their Safest College Campuses in America for 2018.
We created this ranking using the most recent data from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting and the Campus Safety Security Survey put out by... Read More
Valentine’s Day is an interesting, often challenging holiday for many women. If you’re in love it’s heady, fun and exciting. If you’re not Valentine’s Day can be lonely, depressing and a painful reminder that no one’s bringing you flowers,... Read More
It’s the season of love, and for some that means flowers and chocolates and romantic declarations. For others it means avoiding the shops at all costs.
If you’re sitting in the latter, then you’re probably planning on staying home alone... Read More
There’s no doubt that artificial intelligence will revolutionize the jobs picture. One technologist predicts robots will replace half of all jobs in the next decade. A PwC study says 38% of jobs in the U.S. are at high risk of being replaced by... Read More