Communication and Tech: Tips & Tidbits



Join ibotta for Cash Back on Daily Purchases

Last week, I joined ibotta. Have you heard of it? It's one of those cash-back apps that gets you some green just for shopping! You can get cash back on your groceries, Target and Walmart trips, Best Buy purchases, and... Continue Reading →


Snapchat Basics

For many (millennials especially), Snapchat is the go-to app for messaging and photo sending. When you first get started with it, though, it can be a bit tricky to navigate. In the screenshot above, you can see a picture in... Continue Reading →

Instagram to Facebook

Does your business post photos on Facebook? Are you on Instagram? Did you know Facebook now owns Instagram? Why does that matter? It matters because Facebook uses an algorithm (much like Google does to rank search results) to rank posts... Continue Reading →

The Oregon Trail Microgeneration

I've never felt like a millennial, but I've also never felt like a gen-Xer. Being raised by boomers, I always considered myself more of a gen-Xer, but then a few of the millennial traits fit me well too. The thing... Continue Reading →

Tech Can Help Us and Hurt Us

I recently gave a presentation at a local nonprofit event. It was titled, “Finding Focus and Nixing Distractions.” I talked about getting organized, prioritizing for better time management, and using tech to our advantage. That last one always seems to really... Continue Reading →

Using Chrome Extensions

Is Chrome your internet browser of choice? If so, are you utilizing the many extensions available to enhance your browsing experience? Your first question might be, “What’s an extension?” A browser extension is a program added to the browser that works... Continue Reading →

Making Your Home Smarter

As a self-proclaimed tech geek, I was beyond excited when we started adding smart devices to our home. Once the first came, we opened the flood gates, and now I have a HUGE list of wants!

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