Why does it seem like it is so much more acceptable to flip on a tv or screen of some sort and passively allow someone else to share their vision of a story than it is to open up a book, read the words and create our own vision?
This morning I am sort of “getting my geek on.” Actually, the process started two days ago, when I realized that pricing on solid state drives (SSDs) was way more reasonable than it used to be. Yes, I’ve been out of the market for quite a while in terms of computer hardware stuff. The kids have been moping around for months because both the desktop replacement laptops are basically dead.
The value of your life and its activities is not determined by the number of likes on your Facebook posts and photos. I don’t know how many times a week, day or hour I think this exact thing after scrolling through my newsfeed and seeing the things people post. Facebook is not the be all end all determinant of the quality of your life or existence — yet it seems
As if it isn’t obvious from perusing my blog posts, I suffer severely with a common ailment known as scatterbrain! Each morning I wake up, make my way down the stairs while being sure to dodge the dog barreling down the stairs beside me, shuffle into the kitchen to let the dog out, feed the cat, fill the coffee maker, then scroll through my email on my phone while smoking
I’ve been thinking about upgrading our phones for the past month and I’m about ready to go ahead and take the plunge, but I really want to have a decent case ready and waiting for when it gets here. I’m a little ridiculous about that, because I’ve found that the better it’s protected while you’re using it, the higher the resale value when you’re ready to move on. Though, honestly,