If you take pictures with your cell phone, you may want to pay close attention in Lisa’s Home School. Due to technological advances, it is possible for online stalkers to find the exact location of the pictures you take, and putting pieces of your picture puzzle together could pose safety risks for your family!
With warm weather and family events, the Fourth of July can be a fun time with great memories. But before your family celebrates, make sure everyone knows about fireworks safety. The safest bet is to not use fireworks at home, but if you do, learn important fireworks safety tips in Lisa’s Home School.
With all the identity theft and scandals brewing in Washington, it all comes back to one thing: email. The best way to stay safe is to aggressively protect yourself. No one else can guard your email better than you. In Lisa’s Home School, learn the top 11 things you can do right now to reduce your risk of getting your email either hacked or scammed.
Today’s lesson is all about safety. Home security systems can be expensive, and in today’s economy, it might fall on the list of luxuries. But have no fear! Keeping your car keys on your nightstand could be an effective way to scare off intruders. Check out Lisa’s Home School for more.