6 smart, fun STEM-themed camps to keep kids learning this summer

Summer camp season has arrived. Are you and your children in agreement on what you want from their summer camp this year? Chances are, you’re hoping for a camp that will keep your kids occupied, active and learning and creating throughout the summer. And your kids … your kids probably just want to have fun! “The good news is summer fun and learning don’t have … Continue reading 6 smart, fun STEM-themed camps to keep kids learning this summer

Family Geocaching Adventure in Lehigh Valley PA

This past week was so beautiful out we decided to do our first Geocaching adventure of the year. Now mind you, this isn’t our FIRST geocache, but the first one of 2017, so we we’re really excited to finally get out there and start treasure hunting without fighting the bitter winter weather. We donned our walking and hiking gear, then set out over the creeks, into the … Continue reading Family Geocaching Adventure in Lehigh Valley PA

A Day at The Franklin Institute of Technology Science Museum

We have always been fascinated with technology and science. The combination of both for today’s success is an extraordinary feet in and of itself. I am still in awe with the history and discoveries. So a few Summers ago we set out with our geek caps on and our thirst for more knowledge, then we headed to Philadelphia for an amazing fun-filled day at the Franklin … Continue reading A Day at The Franklin Institute of Technology Science Museum

Pumping Gas Is Now More Entertaining

I hate pumping gas, especially in the winter, but this new Smart Personality Pump really has me cracking up! His name is Miles and he’s the first ever interactive smart pump that will start appearing at nationwide BP stations this year. Miles uses proprietary technology allowing him to “speak” with consumers as they are filling their tanks. Miles receives responses in real-time through a touchscreen tablet allowing consumers … Continue reading Pumping Gas Is Now More Entertaining

5 Geeky Things For Families To Do On A Low Budget

Whether you’re raising toddlers or teens,  finding cheap activities for the family during Spring, Summer, or Winter Breaks can be challenging. I’ve found that many communities hold a lot of kids activities for toddlers and infants to help parents get out of the house, but for older kids, there isn’t much unless you’re dishing out the dollars. With three teens, all those activities can add up … Continue reading 5 Geeky Things For Families To Do On A Low Budget