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Celebrating Safer Internet Day & How to Be Internet Awesome

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This post is sponsored by Google and written in partnership with Forward Influence This week, Google hosted it’s Be Internet Awesome event in celebration of Safer Internet Day. I jumped at the opportunity to attend and learn more about the efforts being made to ensure that conversations about online safety are happening not just at […]

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Revisiting the Johnson City Science Mill

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This post is sponsored by the Science Mill. All thoughts, opinions, photos (unless otherwise noted), and quippy words are my own.  Over the holidays, the kids and I made a trip up to Johnson City to revisit the Science Mill (formerly known as the Hill Country Science Mill), a hands-on science museum for children. We’ve […]

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1 Second Everyday App by Cesar Kuriyama

Record Family Memories with Cesar Kuriyama's 1 Second Everyday App | Maker Mama

One of my favorite New Year’s traditions is to show my kids a video project I’ve been working on all year––my 1 Second Everyday video. Cesar Kuriyama created the 1 Second Everyday app as a way to capture the everyday moments of life that are often forgotten. It’s become a tradition with my kids to […]

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DIY Drink Coaster Christmas Ornaments

DIY Drink Coaster Ornaments | Holiday Craft by Maker Mama

The holiday season is prime time to get your make on, even better when the making is budget-friendly, too! I recently found myself up at a reuse store rifling through materials, letting my imagination run wild with the possibilities. I came across an assorted stash of drink coasters when all of a sudden a lightbulb […]

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The Digital Entrepreneur’s Guide: How to Create an E-Course

How to Write an E-Course Using Teachable | Digital Entrepreneur's Guide by Maker Mama

How I created my first online course I created and launched my first online course, Phone Photography Primer, this past summer, and it was an effort years in the making. I’m a pretty technically savvy person, so it wasn’t the actual making of the course that was the most challenging part of learning how to […]

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