We’ve all been adapting and changing this year. Plans have been derailed, pants have been forgotten, office settings have been moved to kitchen tables or man caves and eating patterns have changed. The back-to-school season comes with the need to get back to routine that makes more sense for the entire family, but, even so, our advice is to take it one step at a time.
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School ended early. There is no use in sugarcoating the situation at home: kids are already bored and the parents are close to losing it. All their plans for this summer were blown away by the pandemic and traditional camps might not all be a good solution this year. So now what?
We don’t know about you, but we’re planning a homemade Easter this year. With modest and tasty homemade food like we haven’t cooked in a while, TEDtalks, stand-up comedies, family photos, cool movies and long calls.
Isolation is the key. But also a huge challenge we haven’t expected, have we? So, here are some ideas on how to keep social distance, without feeling disconnected from others during the Easter season.
A lockdown was not on anybody’s list when envisioning the great things that were expected from 2020. Working from home, social distancing and isolation turned our reality into Groundhog day. Empty shelves in stores, cleared freeways and kids going stir-crazy at home made us all a little skittish. The one thing to remember in this time of sheltering in place is that you’re not alone. Humanity is in this together.
The exponential speed of the Coronavirus needs to be addressed by each and everyone of us in order to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe. This is not a drill. We love memes, but this is not funny. We don’t want to alarm you, but educating people about prevention is our way to contribute to the greater good.
Everything related to iPhones comes with the word “high” attached to it: high expectations, high resolution, high cost, high-speed data. Once you’ve splurged on the phone, it’s time for a reality check. Will you still be able to afford a $60 service fee per month? Good news: You don’t have to!
If your kid is ready for his first phone, and you decided to pass your old iPhone on to him, here’s how to keep the savings going with a Tello phone plan. If you didn’t want to break the bank for a new phone, why go overboard with the phone plan? Since budget is the bottom line for most parents, the best way to save money is to connect your kid to a low cost wireless provider, like Tello Mobile.
Being a teen in these times seems harder than ever. Nurturing the emotional wellbeing of teens in a digital world is a real challenge for parents. We gathered some expert advice to help you better manage the situation, if needed, check them out!
Families are choosing Tello Plans for kids’ first phone and are loving the unlimited flexibility we provide. Our plans start as low as $5/month and you can choose to build your own, every month, with any combination of voice, text and data you want.