Your Online Safety

I know Halloween is long gone and you are thinking about the fun and beautiful end of the year Holidays. But, before we get too far along in the Fall leaves, turkeys, Christmas trees and nativities and all the beautiful photos you will be taking and sharing online let me talk to you about something very serious.

Your Online Safety

Personally, I’ve always thought I was very safe online. I change my passwords regularly. That’s safe, right?

My husband is retired from the 9-1-1 service.  I know all about safety, right?

Well, online safety for adults and the children in your life is so much more.

And of course, I KNOW this. I advised some parents over 10 years ago about how they were letting their children post too many revealing things on MySpace. Of course, it flew in my face when even the adults started posting pictures such as cars with license plates, their house with the address visible, and other such things.

I remained diligent while our son was at home.

However, when I saw my friends webinar about online safety I was reminded of how I had become a little lax in some areas of online safety. I also realized how there were some topics of online safety I was completely ignorant to.

The good news is that she has packaged all her knowledge into a very affordable online Safety Toolkit.

If you have even one tiny question of “if” you are being safe enough online, then I highly recommend you get your copy of
You Inc Online Safety today.

For your safety….

And the safety of the kids in your life.

Hugs and feathers from the nest~~()~~

Kim Steadman is the COOP (Chief Online Operating Person) for The Re-Feathered Nest. A place of encouragement for moms entering the Empty Nest Zone who find they need to RePurpose and ReDesign their lives now that the kids have flown the coop. Kim can be found on Facebook at and on Google+ at +Kim.


  • Agnes Knowles

    As both a Gramma and an on-line business-person, I got chills watching the video in your link, Kim!

    So glad you are helping spread the word!!

  • Kama

    That is a great idea to package up the tips in that way. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  • Ree

    So glad Michelle has provided this resource. Thanks for sharing Kim.

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