Our young generation of folks need to have the latest phone or gadget when it is released. Some parents cannot keep up with them all, from price to model, it’s all over the place. They may ask us for the newest tablet, or the latest iPhone, but we never want to spend so much money on a device reasons being, they might not deserve it, grades could be low, money can be low etc. There are many excuses we can give them when they ask for any kind of electronic device.
One thing to keep in mind is the the importance of staying in contact with them when they are in school or out with friends. What is the proper age to let your child have a cellphone? And what is it as a parent we tend to worry about when they do have one? Imagine one day your child is home and is old enough to be on his or her own. Now if for whatever reason the plumbing in the house goes whacky, how will your child be able to contact you if there is no home phone.
Autism is a very sensitive subject to talk about and even to write about. Many people are not fully educated on autism and the many different levels there are to this condition. You would have to be a parent, guardian, or even someone who has worked with an autistic person to fully understand it. The many talents these individuals have are remarkable.
They use electronics to help with day to day task and even speak tho their parents. Our modern day technology helps these individuals to communicate, learn, write, transition, the list is endless. This article will share the story about a young autistic boy, his mom and roofer dad who overcame many challenges in their life with the help of electronics.
Do you ever think about how much money we actually spend on material things, it is astonishing when you sit back and think about it. The American culture is addicted to having the latest and greatest devices on earth we simply want the best of everything that we come in contact with. It could be something we seen on television, magazine, online, or a friend. The more we see people with the latest and newest phone, sneaker, coat, purse etc, we as humans want it to be up to date with that trend.
Of course we need to be up to date with all of our mobile devices since everything is mobile and businesses are making that shift. Apps such as Uber keeps us connected with real time Taxi service and the Handy app hooks us right up with a local plumber or maid service when we need it, so we are basically at the will of the latest and greatest. But can instant gratification be expensive. This post will touch base on how we spend money on the latest phones and apps to keep up with the Jones’s.
Step outside your door and you are guaranteed to see someone on a cellphone. You walk down the street, on the train, bus, in a store. Everyone is always carrying a cellphone or an electronic device in. It is amazing how much we rely on these devices, to the point if we lose them, or leave them home we tend to feel lost without them.
We technically can not put them down thanks to apps that allow on demand services. For instance Uber has taken the transportation game by storm with their app, a ride is a click a way. The transportation industry is not alone, everything from your local plumbing to moving company, has tons of apps available for on demand services help as well.