Coding is all the rage right now, and for good reason. Many jobs call for coding skills and it makes sense to teach kids and teens how to do it. There are dozens of coding games available to help teach kids these skills and you can order most of them online. There are even games for the youngest children.
As a non-Black Friday shopper, I have to ask those of you who shop that day what is the draw? What makes you venture out to shop in the chaos? I've read about some of the benefits (using a store app to map it out and find the deals, going as friends to make it more fun, and shopping in person makes it easier to see if the object is something you really want.
The number of free and cheap apps on your phone can be both a blessing and a curse, right? Sure, there are things that can help make your life easier, but there are also apps that just give you a billion updates, take up all of your time or both. Being choosey is key when it comes to downloading your apps.
Amazon.com always has some great Gold Box Deals going on that you can take advantage of to nab goodies at good prices. From Lightening Deals to the Deal of the Day, there's always something new to check out. If you are a big eShopper, you need to check Gold Box Deals daily to find out what's cooking!
Amazon.com officially has too many products (and now they're aquiring Whole Foods?). I have a Prime Membership, but trying to navigate the site to see exactly what I can use (and not use) is confusing as can be. There's a book service (which is separate from your monthly freebie, and from the so many you can "check out" each month...), the TV service (some are paid and some aren't! Watch for those Prime symbols!) and now I'm navigating the world of Amazon Pantry. Lordy.
The popular K'Nex Classics 4 Wheel Drive toy regularly costs $24.99, but right now it's on sale at Amazon.com for just $11.24, a savings of 55%. Members of Amazon Prime and shoppers who spend over $25 also qualify for FREE shipping.