If you want to raise smarter, kinder, more responsible digital kids, Kristen Chase and Liz Gumbinner can help you be a smarter digital parent in 15 minutes or less each week. Join us for non-judgy, non-alarmist, tech-positive answers to parents’ most burning questions about screen time, social media, digital safety and more. Hey, we’re all in this together, right? Kristen and Liz have been sharing tech tips and tricks, cool gear, social media advice, and the best apps since 2010 on their popular website, Cool Mom Tech, and in their popular Out Tech Your Kids community on Facebook. They’ve been featured on The Today Show, CNN, GMA, ABC News, Nightline and more, and in publications from the Washington Post and The New York Times to Parents and Real Simple.
The 6 apps we use all the time
What apps do we use all the time? Well, we're sharing our 6 favorites on this episode! You can find links on CoolMomTech.com, and be sure to follow us on social media: Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Thanks for listening (and subscribing - hint hint)
How can I cut down on my own screen time
If the pandemic and the news cycle has got you on your phone way too much, we've got a bunch of super helpful tips and tricks that can help. Whether you just need a couple of hours back in your day or you feel like your usage is approaching an addiction, we've got you covered. Get all the links from our show on CoolMomTech.com // Follow us on social media: Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
A simple trick to get you to inbox zero in one click
Don't start 2021 off with 48,901 emails! This simple trick will get you to inbox zero in one click with zero guilt. // Thanks to our sponsor Bamboo Learning for making it easy for our kids to learn at home with Alexa. // Join our Out Tech Your Kids Facebook group // Follow us on social media: Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook // Lots more techie goodness at Cool Mom Tech.
Clever ways to use Alexa to make your life easier
With our staff raving about how much they love their Alexas, we're sharing some of the clever ways that you can use your Echo or Echo Dot to make life easier. From budgeting to homeschooling, it's pretty amazing what you can get Alexa's help with these days. // Thanks to the sponsor of our episode, Bamboo Learning. They've got educational help for kids in K-5 in English Language Arts, Math, History and more. Just say "Alexa, open Bamboo Learning" or visit their website. // Links from our show over on CoolMomTech.com // Follow us on social media: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
3 cool apps and websites to help you track Santa Claus
This year, we need more magic than ever, which is why we're sharing a few cool apps and websites to help you track Santa Claus on December 24. // Thanks to our sponsor Bamboo Learning for making learning a whole lot easier, right through your Alexa // Links are all at CoolMomTech.com // Follow us on social: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram // Leave us a 5-star review!
6 tips to help you save money online shopping
Who doesn't want to save a little money? On this episode of Out-Tech Your Kids, we're sharing 6 top tips that will help save you money this holiday season (and beyond) when you shop online. Thanks for listening and sharing our episodes with your friends, family, and social media followers. Tag us when you do (@CoolMomTech or @CoolMomPicks) so we can say hi and thank you. // Notes from the show are always at CoolMomTech.com
Smart and fun
As a time-strapped mom who aspires to be tech savvy, I love that every episode this podcast teaches me something clever in only 15 minutes!
This program is very informative and pleasant. But, apparently, it no longer exists; I am unable to access or locate any episodes more recent than #26, February, 2021.
A major consolation is the ease with which I found Ms. Gumbiner’s website! She is as attractive a person as she sounds on these podcasts.
These hosts are informed, articulate and very, very helpful.
Thank you. I am disappointed that this particular podcast appears to have been discontinued.
These ladies are no strangers to the media world and this podcast and it’s presentation is broadcast quality. Coverage and the Facebook community is a little biased towards their favorite brand from that famous fruit company.