Tech Lifestyle Expert, Stephanie Humphrey Releases First Book, “Don’t Let Your Digital Footprint Kick You In The Butt!”


PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, tech lifestyle expert, television contributor and speaker, Stephanie Humphrey, aka Techlife Steph, released her first book, Don’t Let Your Digital Footprint Kick You In The Butt!. The new book underscores the importance of having a positive online reputation and how to do so. Don’t Let Your Digital Footprint Kick You In The Butt! is geared toward students of all ages and focuses on three main areas, How Does Your Digital Footprint Lead to Your Personal Brand?, What Happens When Your Digital Footprint Takes a Wrong Turn? and How to

How one tech expert simplifies life with toddlers


When you have young kids, even the most mundane tasks can become challenging — not to mention the actual parenting. From face masks to sunscreen, products designed for kids run the gamut, as do products that help parents deal with their kids. As a tech writer and product reviewer, I’m always on the hunt for ways to streamline my daily life, especially with regards to technology — handling my two toddlers is no different. Here are a few gadgets I’ve found over the years that have made my life easier in that sense.

When my wife and I had

Health & Fitness Tech May Have Unexpected Downsides


Health apps and fitness watches can shed light on how our bodies are working and help promote a healthy lifestyle. But a new Danish study finds that for some, they can also ramp up anxiety.

The study examined the experiences of 27 heart patients who used Fitbit fitness watches to measure their sleep, heart rates and physical activity.

Although the 28- to 74-year-old heart patients learned more about their illnesses and were motivated to exercise during the six months that they wore the watches, they also became more anxious, said Dr. Tariq Osman Andersen. Anderson is an assistant professor at

Lifestyle, lack of tech adoption, impediments to Indonesia’s financial literacy – Business


The lifestyle-driven spending habits of millennials, as well as the general public’s slow adoption of technological developments in finance, are among the challenges to increasing financial literacy in Indonesia, fintech players have stated.

A financially literate person, according to the Financial Services Authority (OJK), has knowledge of financial institutions and financial products, including the features, benefits and risks, as well as the skills to utilize financial products and services.

However, when it comes to investment, millennials allocate a mere 10 percent of their income for savings, according to William, director of marketing, communication and community development of the Indonesian Fintech