Weekends are the perfect time to set aside the information stream, don't you think?
I've decided, for the next few weekends, to take you on a little tour. My hope is that these "power tips" will help you get the most out of Parent Hacks, whether you have a question, a hack to share, or a comment/tweet/Facebook post to offer.
Funny thing about Parent Hacks: you never know when a life-changing hack will appear. That killer tip that solves a problem you may not even realize is complicating your life.
Checking the site is a fine way to follow the stream of hacks, but if you want to make sure you never miss an update, there are easier and more efficient methods. Choose the one that meshes most easily with your web browsing habits.
Subscribe to the feed
If you're a follower of a number of blogs, the quickest, easiest way to keep up with them is to subscribe to their feeds, which you then read with a free app called a feed reader (also called an RSS reader). Popular Web-based feed readers include Google Reader, Bloglines, and Feedly.
How Parent Hacks looks in Google Reader
To subscribe, copy and paste the feed address (/atom.xml) into your feed reader. You can then see a list of all of the site's posts, and click on the ones you want to read.
Subscribe via email
If you'd rather get the days' posts delivered to your inbox, you can subscribe via email. You'll get a single email containing each day's new hacks. We NEVER sell or distribute your email address, nor do we email anything else to you.