I have six boys who love Pokemon and were very excited about the release of Pokemon Go. My boys range in age from 6 to 15. They love their video games and we have always worked to help them play video games responsibly. The arrival of Pokemon Go by Niantic is yet another opportunity for us as parents to reinforce moderation and self-control.
Every day it seems there is so much that we want to accomplish. Whether is is work related or family activities, there’s plenty on our to do list. I am always asked, “How do you do it all?” I smile and try to find some response but the answer is simple. I find the time. Read more
I don’t know anyone who is fearless. In fact, everyone I’ve met is afraid of something. I am not immune from being afraid. There is one thing that scares me the most. You can call it a phobia.
You have found someone who wants to collaborate with you. Their channel complements yours and you know your audience will like seeing the two of you as creators working together. Now what? How can you work together to make the collaboration a success? Read more
Picture the day you open your email inbox and find a request from a reporter/journalist for an interview. You are filled with excitement that you have reached the point where someone wants to talk to you about what you do. But now what? What do you do? There are a few things you can do to prepare to come off polished and professional.
You have a great idea for a YouTube channel and you make your first video. But then what? A common question I come across is, “How do I come up with ideas for my YouTube channel?”
Don’t worry. We’ve all been there at some point. I’m going to share with you some of the ways I’ve come up with content and how to manage it.
Family dinner is something all parents can relate to. How do I get my kids to eat their food? With the new season of Survivor beginning February 17, we couldn’t help but make a little parody video with a family twist.
We all go through periods of like where we don’t feel as useful as we once did. Perhaps some never feel useful in the first place. I recently got a life lesson about usefulness from the most unexpected place. This life lesson came from a sock.
I enjoy a little coffee time in the morning. I leave the lights off as I sneak into the living room with my coffee, wrap myself in a blanket and sip on a hot cup of coffee.
Hard water deposits. They sit there, stuck to the chrome of your tap and taunt you. No matter how much you clean, that build up makes the tap look dirty and gross. But after a search, I found something that worked to clean our taps, getting rid of the hard water deposits and leaving my sink looking all sparkly.