Author: Late Night Parents (page 2 of 23)

Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns!

In Disney’s MARY POPPINS RETURNS, an all-new original musical and sequel, Mary Poppins is back to help the next generation of the Banks family find the joy and wonder missing in their lives following a personal loss. Emily Blunt stars as... Read More

5 Tips to Keep Your Little Monsters Safe on Halloween

Everyone loves a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to child safety. There are several easy and effective behaviors that parents can share with kids to help reduce their risk of injury. Hard Facts On average, children are more than twice as... Read More

What’s Your Plan?

Plans are hard to make in the best of circumstances. I have great intentions to plan a family vacation but it gets complicated and doesn’t happen. I’ve intended to make a family emergency plan for the longest time. It, too, doesn’t... Read More

The Rule Of Threes

The Rule of Threes states, humans can survive three weeks without food, three days without water and three minutes without oxygen. In an emergency evacuation, hopefully oxygen won’t be an issue and finding a way to shelter will be a planned-for... Read More

A Storm Is Coming – No Problem – Just Add Water

When there’s a storm on the way and a power failure is a possibility, it’s a good idea to fill your tub with water.  We’ve all been there – when the power goes out, the water very well may stop running. If it’s an... Read More

Protecting your personal information

Information is the currency of the internet. Your privacy on the internet depends on your ability to control both the amount of personal information that you provide and who has access to that information. Is your information at risk on the... Read More

Do You Live in a Flood Zone?

An article in Houston media caused us to wonder how many people don’t realize they live in an evacuation zone. Not knowing may be particularly true of people who have moved recently since not all real estate laws require disclosure that a... Read More

Do This One Thing Now – @do1thingus

There’s one thing you can do to prepare for emergencies right now. Sign up for this web site: http://do1thing.com/ Most of us are overwhelmed with work, kids and pets and just everyday life. Thinking about getting prepared for emergencies puts us... Read More

Getting Outside is Good for You: Five Benefits

Summer is here and families will spend more time outside dining, playing, relaxing, and gardening as the weather improves. And while they may enjoy being outside, they may not know that getting outside is also good for their health. The Outdoor Power... Read More

Six Tips To Keep Pets Safe During Storm Season

While no one is immune from the devastation of a natural disaster, preparing before a storm hits is key to keeping everyone in your family—including your pets—safe. Here are six ideas to keep in mind for your pet as you map out your disaster... Read More

Should I Lease or Buy My Car?

You’re ready to retire your old car and acquire a new ride. Or maybe you’re shopping for the very first car you can call your own. Should you buy or lease? It’s a great question because there are benefits and drawbacks with both options. In terms... Read More

Console Upgrades Drive Interest For U.S. Video Gamers

Change is inevitable, and nowhere is that more so than in video games, where transformation can happen in the blink of an eye, thanks to the velocity inherent in digital media. Mid-cycle console upgrades have continued this year with the highly... Read More

10 YouTube Teaching Video Essays Channels

YouTube has given life to some unique genres and types of videos. One of these — the video essay — can be a great tool for media-literacy education. Here’s why: Video essays ground their arguments in important cultural or political... Read More

The Guide for Working With Your Dad Bod – @PlanetFitness

THE DAD BOD IS BACK: EVERYONE’S FAVORITE BODY TYPE IS STRONGER, SEXIER AND MORE ACCEPTED THAN EVER  Planet Fitness, Home of the Judgement Free Zone®, Revisits a Growing Soft Spot for the Softer Side of Fatherhood with New Survey Results Presents... Read More

Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are coming to Xbox One

Amazon’s Alexa is delving even deeper into Microsoft territory, as the digital brain, along with the Google Assistant, appear bound for Xbox to control the console via voice commands. Windows Central reports that upcoming Xbox One builds will... Read More

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