Landra, Technology

Connecting Through Tech

In the 1800’s communication traveled by stagecoaches, steamboats, and wagon trains that risked ambush. Even the famed Pony Express in 1860 wasn’t the safest way to get word out. William H. Russell put an ad in the newspaper that read, “Wanted. Young, skinny, wiry fellows not over 18. Must be expert riders willing to risk […]

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Mothershp

A Beginner’s Guide to FamilyTech Apps: Mothershp

We started with the idea of creating something easy for parents and kids to work together to get chores done around the house. ChoreMonster was the tool that connected family and technology in a way that was easy: create a digital chore chart, monitor progress, reward completion. We watched as ChoreMonster began to evolve right […]

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Landra

A Beginner’s Guide to FamilyTech Apps: Landra

We started with the idea of creating something easy for parents and kids to work together to get chores done around the house. ChoreMonster was the tool that connected family and technology in a way that was easy: create a digital chore chart, monitor progress, reward completion. We watched as ChoreMonster began to evolve right […]

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Video

Introducing FamilyTech: Bringing Sanity To Families

We’ve always had the enormous goal of making the home a joyful place. Well, we’ve built a set of new apps that utilize technology to bring families closer together. Our beloved ChoreMonster has grown into so much more and we felt it was time to update our company name as well. FamilyTech is the platform […]

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Learning, Parenting

Because I Said So!

Many parents today are of the opinion that chores are something that everyone in the home should do. They feel that kids need to know how to contribute to the household. That they should learn how to work hard and earn their keep in the home. Here is a post from Cafe Mom that speaks […]

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Parenting

Don’t Limit Your Teen’s Screen Time

Today we have a post from ChoreMonster CEO Chris Bergman. Chris is married with two children and takes on the controversial topic of screen time. This story was previously featured online at NyTimes.com. Some children grow up wanting to play baseball all day, but I wanted to play Castlevania and Super Mario Brothers. Sadly, my […]

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