Gaming, Technology

A Fun, Stress Reliever for the Whole Family

Our everyday lives can be stressful. And taking some downtime to play video games can be an excellent way to relax and get your mind off of those stresses, especially when it’s a game like Fugl. From Norwegian game developers Johan Gjestland, Marco Peschiera, Gorm Lai, and Martin Kvale Fugl is a meditative bird experience game […]

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Technology

5 Of Our Favorite Podcasts For Family Listening

If you’ve spent a little time here at FamilyTech.com, you know we love podcasts. And finding some great ones to listen to as a family is a big priority. With the kids heading back to school, it’s a great time to find some new podcasts to listen to in the car heading to and from […]

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Landra, Parenting, Technology

A Back-To-School Tech Contract For Your Teen

For the past three months, your teen has had the luxury and freedom to bask in the glow of the TV or mobile device of his choosing. But pretty soon he’s going to have to juggle homework and extra-curricular activities once again. With school right around the corner, you might be wondering how to get […]

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Parenting

Ease Children Into The School Year

As kids desperately cling to the last remnants of summer, parents are prepping in an effort to make this year’s transition back to school better than the last. Implementing new bedtimes, wake up calls, and easing back-to-school apprehension can be a daunting task, but, it is entirely possible with gradual scheduling changes and the right […]

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Parenting, Technology

4 Easy Ways to Preserve Summer Memories

Childhood summers pass in the blink of an eye, often leaving behind nothing more than freckles and sun-kissed skin. As a parent, you know that once your child is grown, they will look back on these memories as the good ol’ days, so why not give them a way to relive them? Go ahead and […]

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Technology

Would You Let Your Company Put a Chip in Your Hand?

A Wisconsin company recently made headlines with its decision to start putting a microchip into its employee’s hands. It even claimed that over 50 of its 85 employees were immediately electing to have their body’s chipped to have the convenience, and perhaps Harry Potter-esque capabilities, of opening doors and paying for snacks with the flick […]

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