Amy Iverson is a graduate of the University of Utah. She has worked as a broadcast journalist in Dallas, Seattle, Italy and Salt Lake City. Amy, her husband, and three kids live in Summit County, Utah. Contact Amy on Facebook.com/theamyiverson

Here are some of the best options for water bottles, jump ropes, and tech for runners to keep you in shape this summer.
Here are some tips to manage your web browser and make things smoother when you are spending time online.
With gas prices higher than I can remember in my lifetime, I can’t be the only one thinking about making the switch to an electric vehicle.
The more realistically customers can see themselves in the apparel they find online before they buy, the more likely they’ll be happy with their purchase when it arrives.
Many insurers are now offering personal cyber insurance to minimize financial damage if someone gets hacked.
Here are some projectors, Wi-Fi extenders, and other tech products you can use for outdoor movie night
Recurring charges for clothing, food and entertainment can add up quickly if customers don’t pay attention.
Millions of young people use the France-based app every day. Some of them met 18-year-old Salvador Ramos through the app where he threatened to shoot up schools in his livestreams.
May is National Bike Month and many will head out on the roads or trails soon. Here is some of the best tech to make the most of the rides and keep cyclists safe.
Here’s what you need to know and what to look out for when booking rental properties for your vacations.
Take the guesswork out of some aspects of growing healthy plants and flowers with these tools.
Apple has launched a DIY phone repair service in the U.S. for those who feel confident enough to try it.
Here are some safety measures you can take to prevent strangers from getting access to any tech devices in your home.
There are many benefits to seniors using technology. But worries over privacy and competence may keep them from trying it out. There are a few things loved ones can do to help them have a good experience in the digital world.
Use parental controls to curtail the foul language and adult content that may pop up when your children stream their favorite tunes.
Gaming can be fun, spur creativity and help kids’ coordination. But parents should know the controls available to make gaming time as safe as possible.
With teens spending more than four hours each day on social media, it’s time to take a closer look at what content is available there and whether it’s appropriate for their eyes.
As kids turn to streaming services for content, parents should be aware of simple steps available to make viewing safer for kids.
There are some great benefits to video games for kids, but dangers also lurk. Parents should learn about filters that can help make their kids experience safer, while just as fun.
Don’t be overwhelmed by the thought of setting up restrictions. It can be a great conversation starter and a first step to helping your child have healthy online habits.
Fine-tune your search skills with some tips and tricks that are easy to remember and use.
Instead of scratching your head over some of the vernacular coming out of teens’ mouths, parents may want to get informed, learn the meaning, but never ever use it.
These innovations are cutting down on human contact to help keep COVID-19 at bay.
If your phone service seems to have dead zones, you can do more than just complain about it. There are steps to take to better your signal whether at home or on the road.
COVID vaccines are free, be skeptical of anyone contacting you from a government agency and don’t share your personal information with just anyone.
With many of us wanting to spend less money in the new year, using our favorite restaurant’s app can help.
Today, it’s just as important to have a “digital will” to tell your loved ones what you want to happen to your data stored online after you die.
The new year is a great time to take inventory and reset expectations and limits on screen time for children and adults alike.