• at October 11, 2018

    I think it is a good idea and agree with your neighbour. You can never tell. You may live in a so-called good neighbourhood, but that does NOT mean you are immune to crime.

    As for being a little apprehensive regarding technical things, I would tell you not to worry. All you have to do is to ask the security company to show you and explain things to you.

    Don’t build up this phobia. It really isn’t all that bad. They will explain things nicely. Even later on, when you have a question, you can call them for advice.

    Listen, when I set up stuff for our home, I had no problem but my wife was a bit like you. She would have trouble with an on/off switch!

    With their help (and a bit of mine), she could check remotely and do all kinds of stuff. Believe me, you can get your head around it.

  • at September 3, 2018

    Imagine if your daughter took the DNA test and found out she was the long lost daughter of…Shania Twain. DUN DUN DUN!

  • at August 31, 2018

    Make sure they can meet any deadlines. Do you have any specific date that you would like this to be ready? Find out if they can do it. This may be critical for the success of your app.

    If you select the right app developer, it will go a long way to ensure that your app will be a success. They need to be good with communicating with you. You need to be an active participant as much as you can.

  • at August 31, 2018

    I don’t see why not, unless they have something to hide. In fact, it is in their best interests. A glowing testimonial from someone could tip the scales and earn them more business.

  • at August 31, 2018

    Hi there. You want to look for a company that has the experience and expertise. Try to find out how credible they are. You are absolutely right; this is an important part of the whole process.

    Basically, you are looking for someone with an impressive portfolio. Find out how long they have been creating apps and if they also have a store. Did they have many clients? See if you can contact any of these clients to get an unbiased opinion.

  • at August 26, 2018

    Why don’t you meet them first. At the same time, arrange for medical help. You also need to tell your mother to be incredibly careful.

  • at August 26, 2018

    Wow, I had no idea stuff like this happens. Firstly, sorry to hear about this. I would suggest you have a meeting with the manager or whoever runs the home. Tell them about this call. Run this by them first and see what they say.

    If the person who is in charge is the one who made the call, then talk to them in greater detail. If he or she did not make the call, then see what his or her reaction is when you tell them. I also think you need to have a second opinion regarding your mother’s condition. She’s had this for weeks and still has not got better.

  • at August 25, 2018

    Going to summer camp has many benefits for children. It gives them many opportunities to be active, to try new activities and gain new skills, and to stay away from the technology that has become such a big part of their daily lives.

    Summer camp also helps kids develop their independence, since they don’t have their parents or their teachers around to tell them what they should do, and to decide what’s best for them. It’s a good occasion for them to develop and grow in a safe and fun environment.

    Above all, going to summer camp takes children closer to nature, and it makes it easy for them to make new friends. So yes, I think it’s a good idea to send your children to summer camp, it will bring fun adventures to their summer and they won’t miss their computer.