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My name is Lily-Sue, but my mummy calls me Munchkin (or 'Munch' for short!) I am 8 years old, and this is where my mummy will help me write all about all the fun things we do together. I hope you enjoy reading about the adventures of my mummy and me, Munchkin, with the occasional appearance from the siblings - Beastie and Plumlet.

Friday, 29 April 2016

Living in a Smart Home

Every home can be a Smart Home ...


Being a mum of 3, life can get pretty crazy! And as for leaving the house to complete 'simple' everyday tasks, well, many could plan and pack for a fortnight's holiday with less stress! And I know that there are many parents out there that will be able to relate. Just when I think we're ready to walk out of the door, there is always something that stops us ...

"Mummy, I need a wee ..."
"I need my drink topped up ..."
"I put my bag down somewhere and can't find it ..."
"Mummy, I just broke the zip on my coat ..."

The list could go on. Then, when we're finally out of the door, the same worries will always run through my mind ... like clockwork:

"Did I switch all the lights off ... lock the back door ... close all the windows ... turn off the television ...?"

Honestly, sometimes, I wonder how we ever leave the house! And that is for general short outings. Can you imagine if we really did want to go on holiday?!

Then I heard about Panasonic's new Smart Home System. The Smart Home from Panasonic is the modern wireless home security system giving you ultimate peace of mind with easy installation and operation. Whether you want to keep an eye on your home while you are away, or simply switch your appliances on and off, with the Smart Home you can do so from the comfort and convenience of your smartphone or tablet! Call it a guard dog in a box!


The system has a whole range of optional accessories too, and has no monthly charges, so once installed, it can put an end to all of those 'niggly' questions that plague my mind every time I step foot out of the door.

This short video introduces the heart of Panasonic's new system, the Smart Hub, which can connect wirelessly to any one (or indeed all) of the optional extra devices that you choose to add to your home.

With such a number of combinations and possibilities, it seems the Smart Home system is perfect for many. From the solo living professional who wishes to protect the home whilst away on holiday, the busy family who wants peace of mind that they haven't left the power on whilst out for the day, to the safety conscious parents who would like to keep an eye on their sleeping children.

In this day and age, especially since the boom in social media sharing, home security has to be of great importance to anyone looking to go on holiday. Everyone loves to share their excitement about upcoming breaks, as well as posting photos and regular updates whilst away, allowing friends and family to keep up with their adventures. However, most of us are also aware of the dangers that this kind of sharing can pose. It is all too easy for the information to fall into the wrong hands (or onto the wrong computer!) making it simple for potential intruders to keep tabs on your unoccupied home, knowing exactly when you are going away and how long for. The Panasonic Smart Home System could be your answer to home security, ensuring your home is safe and secure in your absence, giving you peace of mind to enjoy your holiday.

As holidays are off the agenda for us right now (until the little ones are a little bigger and slightly less of a handful, anyway), I like the fact that I could leave the house knowing that windows and doors are secure and armed with volume controlled alarms, that I can control appliances and lights from my smart phone and that I can keep an eye on the kids whilst they are sleeping (or playing) in their bedrooms.

With so many combinations and options, Panasonic's Smart Home System has a feature to suit everyone!



Disclaimer: This post has been written by me, but in association with Panasonic
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1 comment:

  1. This is fab, exactly what I love about the future!

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