So we love technology, and clearly as the owners of an online blog, we’re pretty happy that the internet is a thing too and we are embracing it massively and encouraging our boy to do the same. But the Internet is a major bone of contention in so many families. Should we resist it any longer?
For all ages using tech appears to a big part of our lives now. Is it something that we should view as an essential part of our lives now, or is it a problem that we are so reliant on using tech, but we don’t know how to communicate with each other anymore? Let’s look at the positive sides because there are loads!
Technology works wonders. You don’t need us to tell you that; we all know it. But, few of us realise just how amazing recent inventions could be for our lives. For the most part, we have yet to see the full benefits. But, technology, and the internet, in particular, is important for many reasons. From expanding our knowledge to seeking medical advice; it’s all moved online. But today, we’re going to focus on a less mentioned benefit; how the internet can help our futures. We rarely think about it, but there are huge future benefits to be found online. We’re going to look at a few examples here.
Winning the lottery. If you had a genie granting you three wishes, this one would be up there for a good portion of the population and you can see the appeal. Pretty much every time you see a news article about the latest winners and their plans for spending the money. Whether they intend to blow the lot, or go back to work the next day (yeah, right) there’s no denying that most of us would love to be in their shoes.
I’ve recently started playing the lottery properly. It was once a rite of passage for any sixteen year old to go and buy a ticket on their birthday (I was ID’d by the way) but now, you can play the lottery online rather than trotting into a shop to tick your numbers off. Over the years, lotteries have evolved all over the world and the great thing is that now you’re not just stuck with the UK Lotto and have access to lotteries all over the world thanks to the advent of playing online.
Technology is responsible for making all kinds of tasks in life easier and smoother. One area where this is especially true is the way we approach learning. E-learning has really blown up over the past few years, offering people new and streamlined ways to earn a diploma, degree, special credits, and more.
Thanks to the tools offered through e-learning, it’s truly changed the way people approach everyday tasks.
So, summer is here and the holidays are just around the corner. It’s time where a lot of us decide it’s time to get in shape and start living right!
Let me guess; you want to tackle your physical health so you’ve decided to eat healthily? You’ve also signed up to a gym and started exercising more? Okay, there is nothing wrong with any of these things. After all, a balanced diet and lots of exercise are vital to a long and healthy life. However, maintaining your body isn’t always the answer. Sometimes, you can eat as many fruit and vegetables as you like and it won’t make a difference. If your head isn’t in the right place, your body will follow suit. With that in mind, here are the tips that will exercise your brain instead of your body.
One of the most important aspects of life is preserving yourself for the later years. Usually, this means a combination of healthy eating, exercise, and avoiding injuries and illnesses. Sadly, this isn’t always possible because we don’t live in a plastic bubble. We are all exposed to the outside world and all its harmful bacteria floating around all over the place, tripping hazards, fast cars, rollercoasters… danger everywhere, hah.
Thankfully, researchers are always looking for new ways to improve our lives, and in the past decade, we’ve seen countless new innovations that have helped us bolster our health to make us live longer, healthier and happier lives. To give you three ideas on how technology has helped us, here are a few advances that we’ve seen in recent years that can have a serious impact on your wellbeing.