With the constant advancements in technology, it seems that more and more aspects of life are moving online everyday. Whether you’re paying your bills, shopping for a gift or just keeping in touch, the Internet has absorbed most of our daily activities and this means more of our personal information is going online every day.
Some of the most common aspects of military life make service members and their families especially vulnerable targets for identity theft. Whether you’re faced with a PCS, deployment or other life change that will require switching banks or services, you’ll want to take extra care to protect your identity from scams. See More
With so many technological temptations nowadays, kids are spending more time with cell phones, computers, game consoles and television. With the constantly changing environment of a military lifestyle, kids may be even more drawn to technology to maintain long-distance friendships or avoid new social interactions.
Despite how fun and helpful technology can be, it’s too easy for kids to spend hours in front of a screen rather than get the recommended 60 minutes of activity a day.
Parents know telling a child to do something doesn’t always mean they will; sometimes parents have to be a clever role model. If that’s the case, here are six ways to have fun and get active with your child and maybe even keep some winter blues at bay:
The most common reason for using social media is keeping in touch with friends and family, according to the Pew Internet and American Life Project. Communication is an an ever-present need for service member and military families nationwide. The holiday season is a great time to give communications technology tools a try.
Here’s a look at four options that can help military families stay in touch: See More