I am beyond heartbroken to say Zola suddenly passed away late last night. I love you with all my heart Zo. Your time was cut way too short but I'm glad your time was with us. I will never forget you. Rest in peace.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Today I'm linking up with Jen @ Down with the Dearmore's for the final week of My Favorite Things link up.
My favorite things under $100:
Monday, December 2, 2013
This year I didn't get to spend as long at my parent's as I have in the past. I was thankful I got to spend the day with most of my family before heading back to work. My mom made an amazing meal as usual and I brought the desserts.
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Today I'm linking up with Down with the Dearmore's for My Favorite Things: Stocking Stuffers.
Monday, November 18, 2013
Last week, a lady named Krisitine reached out to me about a guest post. She doesn't have a blog of her own but enjoys doing guest posts on blogs. Enjoy!
In a very short period of time, we have all gone from carrying basic cell phones to incredibly sophisticated smartphones that let us do everything from check email to use our phone as a GPS. And if we have to go a day without it for some reason, we just about have an anxiety attack. If you just take a few steps when you first get your new phone, you will be able to protect your phone so it has a long tech life. Here are four ways to help protect your cell phone.
- Cell phone insurance: One of the best steps you can take right off the bat when you purchase a new cell phone is to get comprehensive cell phone insurance. Protection from a company like ProtectCELL will offer coverage solutions protect your phone from drops, cracked screens, water damage, and more. Replacing a cell phone can prove to be quite costly. By purchasing a solid phone protection plan, you will leave less to chance.
- Watch the temperature: It is easy to accidentally leave your phone in your car when you run a quick errand – and then forget it is there. If the temperature is extremely cold or warm, however, its battery life, display and housing can suffer. Make sure to keep your phone out of direct sunlight and extreme cold. If you discover your phone was in an extreme temperature situation, just bring it indoors and let it re-adjust to room temperature. While this could take some time, it is really the best thing you can do to try and keep your phone working.
- Keep it dry: Another common issue with cell phones is water damage. It is very easy for your cell phone provide to determine if your phone has suffered water damage, which is rarely covered by the standard manufacturer’s warranty or the cell provider. Therefore, it is important to keep your phone moisture-free. Think about picking up a Dry Case. This specially-created dry bag will keep your tech safe and dry when using it outdoors, whether you are caught in a rain storm or trying to get some reading in at the beach.
- Get a rugged case: There are literally thousands of cell phone cases on the market today. While many are simply for style or fun, it is a smart idea to purchase a rugged phone case that can help prevent damage due to phone drops. Otter Box is a product synonymous with quality protection for cell phones.
Hopefully these suggestions get you thinking about how to best protect your phone. Good luck!
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Lilly Pulitzer released their gift guide this week and oh my gosh there's so much I want. They have so many great gift ideas in a wide variety of prices. These are my favorites that I'd love to see under my tree.
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