Posts Tagged ‘Halloween safety tips’

Should You Use Your Phone To Track Your Kids on Halloween?

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Are you planning to personally keep an eye on your kids this Halloween as they go door to door? Or are you comfortable using a cell-phone-based GPS tracker?

MyEyewitnessNews.com, based in Memphis, TN, spoke with Jane Schneider, editor of Memphis Parent, about the new “Trick-or-Tracker” Android app ($9.99) that allows parents to monitor their children’s whereabouts. (Of course, any GPS tracker will do the same thing. You don’t need one specifically designed for Halloween.)

What do you think about this? Would you use one? Do you think parents are shirking their responsibilities by using a tracker? Or is it a handy high-tech tool for today’s parents?

Check out the article and the interview with Schneider, then let us know what you think.

Get Your Halloween Safety Tips Here!

Friday, October 31st, 2008


Happy Halloween! I hope you're looking forward to a fun day — and a spooky evening — with your kids.

While you're busy getting those costumes and bags (and bags!) of candy ready, make sure you're up to speed on Halloween safety tips, too.

It's easy. Just click here and scroll down the page a bit to hear my tips on the Rob & Joss show on Froggy 92.9 in Sonoma, California.

Happy Halloween!

Check out Froggy 92.9 This Thursday for My Halloween Tips

Monday, October 22nd, 2007


Ready for some Halloween safety tips (along with suggestions for what to
do with all that candy — aside from sneaking it while your kids are at
school)?

I’ll be joining hosts Rob and Joss of the "Rob and Joss in the Morning" radio show on
Froggy 92.9 in Santa Rosa, California this Thursday at 8:10 a.m. Pacific Time. Tune in if you live in the area — or visit their website and listen online.

Rob and Joss are always a hoot. And you know you need those candy-be-gone tips. See you Thursday!