The back-to-school madness is approaching. Gone will be the lazy summer days where late nights, sleeping in and lax routines were the norm. It’s back to juggling the demands of your job with the needs of your on-the-go children while also squeezing in chores, homework, making dinner and shuttling everyone to athletic practices, recitals and doctors’ appointments. And, oh yeah, at some point, everyone is supposed to sleep.
You probably won’t find many people that enjoy going to the dentist, but taking care of your teeth is one of the most important things you can do for your health. As the saying goes in the dentistry industry, “Dentistry is not expensive, neglect is.” Good oral and dental hygiene can help prevent bad breath, tooth decay, gum disease and can help you keep your teeth into your later years. Here are some apps that can help you have a more enjoyable visit the next time you have to go to the dentist.
Keep on top of everything this school year with some help from these useful apps, sites and tools. These resources will keep all of your students’ assignments in order, and you’ll be able to more easily contact your children’s teachers.
With it still being the first month of the year, many of you are still sticking to your New Year’s resolutions of getting fit and healthy. If you haven’t already, think about keeping a food journal. Here’s five reasons why you should.
But my phone is not just a tool to stay connected to the world. It is a key tool for me at work. Aside from that, there are apps that I have discovered that make life much easier. Here are a few of my must-have apps.
Many will be hoping to find new smartphones and tablets under the tree this year. In the meantime, put your existing iOS or Android device to work this holiday season with FREE apps that will give you a gift-procuring edge.