Do you know what your teen or tween is doing online? These days it can seem like it’s nearly impossible to strike the balance between allowing kids to enjoy more independence online while still protecting them from danger.

In this eye-opening episode we interview Lori Cunningham, The Well Connected Mom, about things we parents can do to help our connected kids stay safe online.

How to Keep Teens and Tweens Safe Online

Listen to hear Lori’s advice on:

  • What problematic apps kids are using these days.
  • What parents can do to help their kids stay safe online.
  • How to deal with sexting, bullying, and pornography.
  • How to know if your kids are too connected and what to do if they are.

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About Lori Cunningham

Lori is the founder of the Well Connected Mom.  The Well Connected Mom makes technology simple for busy moms.   An avid technology lover from her youth (can you say ATARI and Commodore 64?), Lori continues to delve into the latest and greatest technologies for families.

Self-dubbed the “touchscreen Queen,” Lori investigates touchscreens from phones to computers to help navigate families through the abundance of devices on the market.

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If college is a priority for you or your child, eventually you will probably have to deal with student loan debt. In this week’s episode, we interview Jay Fleischman, a consumer protection and student loan debt lawyer.

How to Deal with Student Loan Debt

Listen to hear Jay’s thoughts on:

  • Repayment options for student loans.
  • What to do if you’re in over your head in student loan debt.
  • The difference between federal and private student loans, and why that matters.
  • Whether a college education is worth taking out student loans.

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About Jay Fleischman

Jay Fleischman is a Consumer Protection Lawyer who helps student loan borrowers get their debts under control. When he’s not practicing law, you can listen to him on his podcast, Student Loans Show, or visit his blog, Consumer Help Central.

Jay has been seen on CBS MoneyWatch, the Huffington Post, Business Insider, and most recently Fox and Friends.

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It’s February, and many of us are dreaming of spring. And there’s nothing that says spring more than gardening! That’s what we’re talking about in this episode!

There are many benefits to gardening - financial, physical, psychological. What are they? You'll have to read to find out!

This week you will learn:

  • The nutritional benefits to gardening.
  • The financial benefits to gardening.
  • The physical benefits to gardening.
  • The psychological benefits to gardening.
  • How gardening benefits your family.

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It’s almost Valentine’s Day! Let’s make our spouses priorities this year! This week we discuss exactly how to do just that using the concept of love languages.

How to make your spouse a priority on Valentine's Day and every day.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why love language matters.
  • How to discover your own love language (and that of your spouse).
  • Ways to use that knowledge to make your spouse feel like a priority in your life.

If you are one of the many who sets new goals every January, you’re not going to want to miss this show!

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Welcome to this week’s episode of A Prioritized Life. This week we are discussing goals – how to set them and how to meet them.

Listen to this podcast to learn the difference between resolutions and goals, how to set effective goals, and how to follow through on your goals.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • The difference between goals and resolutions
  • How to set SMART goals
  • Why SMART goals are effective
  • How to keep yourself on track to meet your goals.

If you are one of the many who sets new goals every January, you’re not going to want to miss this show!

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In this week’s episode of a prioritized life, Jenn and Lynnae continue their discussion on winter storm preparedness.  From blizzards to flooding, after listening to this podcast, you will know what you need to do to prepare for whatever winter storm hits your area of the country.

In this episode of A Prioritized Life, learn how to prepare for winter storms. From blizzards to flooding, we've got the information you need to be prepared. Part 2 of 2.

You will learn:

  • Ways to keep warm without electricity.
  • How to use your car to generate power.
  • What to do to prevent illness and how to deal with illness and injuries, should they occur.
  • The best ways to communicate during a storm.

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Welcome to this week’s episode! Today we are discussing how to prepare for winter storms. Jenn and Lynnae live in different parts of the country and get different types of storms. No matter where you live, though, or what kind of storms you face, it’s important to be prepared.

In this episode of A Prioritized Life, learn how to prepare for winter storms. From blizzards to flooding, we've got the information you need to be prepared. Part 1 of 2.

You will learn:

  • What to do before the big storm hits.
  • How to make sure you have enough food and water to weather the storm.
  • How to prepare food when the power is out.

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Welcome to this week’s episode of A Prioritized Life. In this super-fun episode, we discuss Christmas gifts that reflect the priorities in our lives.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • Jenn & Lynnae’s top priorities.
  • Gifts ideas that help us live by those priorities.

And you will be inspired to purchase gifts that reflect your own priorities and those of your loved ones.

This year why not give gifts that reflect the recipient's priorities? In this podcast, Jenn and Lynnae provide plenty of "prioritized" gift ideas!

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Welcome to this week’s episode of A Prioritized Life. We are so excited to have Amy Allen Clark from MomAdvice.com join us today to share how she has prioritized her fashion choices by using a capsule wardrobe.

Want to know how to save time and money with a capsule wardrobe? In this episode of A Prioritized Life, Amy Allen Clark from MomAdvice.com shares all her capsule wardrobe expertise! By the end of the podcast, you will be an expert, too!

You will learn:

  • The definition of a capsule wardrobe.
  • The benefits of using a capsule wardrobe.
  • How to begin building a capsule wardrobe.

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About Amy Allen Clark

Amy Allen ClarkAmy Allen Clark has been the driving force behind MomAdvice.com since 2004. In addition to running a successful community for women and running after her two kids, she has served as spokesperson for brands like ALDI, Minute Maid, Cascade, Glade, and Cheer and is currently the home management “genius” for Kenmore.

Amy has appeared in various media outlets such as The Early Show, Parents Magazine, Redbook, Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food, MSN Money, and the New York Times.

She is a foodie, bookworm, knitter, hot glue gun junkie, novice photographer, penny pincher, and lover of the simple life. She has enjoyed documenting their family journey out of debt and into a life far richer than she could ever imagine through her site.

She is the author of, The Good Life for Less, published by Penguin.

 

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Welcome to this week’s episode of A Prioritized Life. Black Friday is just around the corner, but Jenn and I hate going out on Black Friday. Instead, we shop at home, and we know all the tricks to save the most money.

Black Friday Online Shopping Tips from Lynnae and Jenn on A Prioritized Life Podcast

In this episode, you will learn:

  • How to find the deals you’re looking for.
  • When to shop.
  • How to stretch your money and get the very best deals.
  • What problems may creep up when you’re shopping online.
  • How to plan ahead for next year.

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