Landra, Learning, Parenting

Money Management Tips for Teens

Few teenagers are fully prepared to handle the basics of money management as they enter adulthood. A shocking 60 percent of American teenagers don’t have the financial literacy skills to make a monthly budget and track spending. However, one in three high school seniors and over one in two college freshman have credit cards. Put these […]

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Learning, Parenting

Easy Ways to Tackle Spring Cleaning

Spring season brings open windows, sunshine, warm days, and clean houses. What would be a daunting task to most is made easier by the use of technology. From tidying up the closets to cleaning out the shed, luckily there is an app for that. HoneyDo, Mothershp, ChoreMonster, Landra Of course. Get your significant other to […]

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Family Fun, Learning

How To Make March Madness Fun For The Whole Family

This week, the NCAA Tournament starts. And, if your family are big fans of basketball or just have a casual interest, here is something fun to help spice up the next couple of weeks. It’s easy, and everyone can participate. Each family member fills out a tournament bracket and the person with the most correct […]

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Family Fun, Learning

5 STEM Activities For Kids This Spring

Keeping in tune with the hottest topics in the news would mean that STEM has crossed your path more than a time or two lately. Instead of frantically searching the internet for things to do with kids this Spring, stop here and feel good about that fact that they’ll be learning, playing, and getting their […]

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Learning, Technology

You’ll Never Pay Full Price Again With These 4 Shopping Apps

Technology is changing the shopping experience, and as a result, consumers are benefiting. Tech not only influences retail, it completely drives it. And, as more and more retailers adopt sophisticated technologies to attract consumers, tons of perks and conveniences become available to the consumer. Retailers fight for our business and loyalty and, in exchange, shoppers […]

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Learning

The Documentarian Generation: Trading Living for Likes

Do you remember the last time you heard one of your grandparents tell a story? If you do, you’ll likely remember their story as if it was a memory of your own. Why is this? It seems that past generations have an uncanny long-term memory, even when their day-to-day memory fails them.   Last week […]

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