Author: Late Night Parents (page 2 of 29)

Basic First Aid Steps

There are many people who absolutely hate the sight of blood. They’re the ones who surf right past the medical shows on tv, who can’t put a bandaid on a child’s finger, who run in panicked circles when someone gets hurt. This may be you and... Read More

Mowing advice for a healthier lawn

Mowing seems like such a simple task — just fire up the lawn mower, go back and forth across the whole yard, wait a week, and repeat. But improper mowing is the most common reason a lawn loses its good looks. Fortunately, encouraging a healthy lawn... Read More

5 Players to Watch at the #PGAChampionship2019

To finalize our build-up to events at Bethpage Black – we’ve listed a top-5 players to watch at the 2019 PGA Championship. 5. Dustin Johnson – (F) 7:51 AM* (w/ J Rahm, J Spieth) DJ seems to be saving some of his best golf... Read More

How To Not Get Hit By A Car

This infographic highlights seven ways children are getting hit, paired with seven tips to prevent them from happening. ... Read More

2019 Top Podcasting Apps

The best podcast apps do much more than just let you listen to your favorite podcasts. They can automatically download new episodes, manage your playlists, and suggest new shows you might find interesting. In short, when you use a premier podcast app,... Read More

Amazon’s Alexa Guard is coming soon

Amazon’s Alexa Guard feature is now rolling out in the US, following an invite-only preview that lasted a few months. This free update lets your Echo speaker listen for signs of danger in your home while you’re away. Sounds like glass breaking... Read More

Kitchen Remodeling Tips

1. Consider why you want to remodel Making changes to your kitchen can be an exciting and daunting endeavor. There are many reasons why you may want to do this and focusing on your main reasons may help you decide exactly what you ultimately do.... Read More

City Harvest Tasks New Yorkers to Raise $1.1 MIL to help feed 50,000 children this summer

The Skip Lunch Fight Hunger Campaign, Running from May 13 – 17, Invites Corporate Teams and Individuals to Help City Harvest. Rescue and Deliver Enough Food to Feed 50,000 Children in Need This Summer! City Harvest, New York City’s... Read More

Most Gambling-Addicted States

Gambling exists in every state, even Hawaii and Utah, where gambling is prohibited by law. But not all gamblers are the same. “Recreational” or “social” gamblers, for instance, buy the occasional lottery ticket, take the rare casino trip or... Read More

Choosing the Best Gaming Chair for You

I’m sure you would agree that he chair you spend the most time in at home or in your office should be the most comfortable chair you own! If you are a gamer, then I am willing to bet you spend most of your time in a parked in front of your PC or... Read More

How’s Your IT Lingo?

We often use the terms switches, routers, and gateways when discussing IP networks. However, do you really know what characterizes each, and the ways in which they differ? When TCP/IP networks were new, there were typical classroom definitions.... Read More

‘Avengers’ Endgame’ breaks records everywhere

“Endgame” crossed $2 billion in ticket sales this weekend. A look at the records it has already broken Biggest opening weekend ever globally ($1.2 billion)Biggest opening weekend ever domestically ($357.1 million)Biggest U.S. movie in... Read More

SOUL’s True Wireless Sports Earbuds

SOUL Electronics, a global leader in consumer audio designed for the active and fitness-oriented lifestyle, today announces the ST-XS2, the second generation of ST-XS and the brand’s newest addition to its growing portfolio of true wireless... Read More

The Definition Of Cord Cutting

Let’s set the record straight with the correct definition of the term “cord-cutting”. Cord Cutting is: giving up any and all pay services that provide access to linear (e.g. live) ad-supported broadcast and cable... Read More

How to Prevent These Threats to Your Home

What do mold, pests, old windows and carbon monoxide have in common? They’re silent, hidden and can become serious health (and financial) hazards if left unchecked. Thankfully, all of these issues are more than manageable. To help you get started,... Read More

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