Lots of laughs, good food and great stories — there’s nothing like getting the family together for a reunion every year. If Aunt Jean can’t take off from work that week, or if Cousin Joe has a business trip he can’t reschedule, no worries. You can still have your family reunion, just by booting up the computer or picking up a mobile device.
Here are some tips to planning a family reunion in the digital age:
Three great reasons to get whole life insurance for your child.
Our kids grow up fast, don’t they? They morph from babies to toddlers in the blink of an eye. A few years more and they’re out the door before we can catch them!
Protecting our little ones is an instinctive urge. Not only do we want to provide a safe and loving environment for them, we want to safeguard them financially. One great way to jump-start your child’s financial security is with a Gerber Life Insurance Grow-Up® Plan1.
Digital technology continues to innovate and grow at every turn of a nanosecond, from mobile apps that help you to keep fit and fabulous to watching television on your mobile phone.
How much do you know about the history of digital technology? Take our quiz to see if you’re up in the Cloud or down with the dinosaurs:
On June 9, President Obama announced three actions intended to help young Americans pay off their college debt.
Schools play a vital role in the health of young children. For example, more than 31 million children in the U.S. participate in the National School Lunch Program, according to research by the Pew organization. Now, some public school officials find themselves struggling to find a balance between serving meals that meet the health requirements of Congress and the United States Department of Agriculture and finding food that children will eat. Since making the switch to healthier meals, some school officials have even reported that they’ve seen more food being thrown into the trash than being consumed.