Two times a year we have to change our clocks here due to daylight savings time. I don’t really mind it that much in the Fall when I get to sleep in for an extra hour. But when it means I have to get up an hour earlier tomorrow morning, I’m not really too excited about it.
Thanks to technology I don’t have to change the clocks on my computer or even on my cable box. However, I still have to go around and manually change all of the rest of the clocks in my home. I have more clocks that I realized. I have a clock in each of my bathrooms, alarm clocks in our bedrooms, the microwave, and a nice wall clock in the living room. I even have one hanging outside on the patio. The digital clocks took no time at all to reset, but the analog clocks required me to take them off the wall and rehang them.
Now that I’ve changed all of the clocks in my home, I have to remember to change the clock in the car before I go to church in the morning. Clocks, clocks, everywhere sheesh!
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Today I’m going shopping for my very own tablet. I’m excited because my daughter loves using my smartphone and I’m sure she’ll love using a tablet even more. I love all of the different apps I can download and purchase on the new tablets. They are extremely user friendly.
I’m pretty sure I would like to get an IPad but I’m keeping an open mind and am going to check out the competition as well. I want to handle all of the different tablets before I make my final choice. I guess it’s kind of like taking a new car out for a test drive before deciding which one to buy.
Most of my friends have the IPad but some of the guys at work are using some of the other tablets out there and convinced me to at least give them a try. I can’t wait to see what they all offer and what kind of package deals I might be able to get.
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When Jake told me that he was looking to buy a new guitar, I suggested that he do some of his comparison shopping online before actually committing to purchase the guitar. It is all well and good to go down to the mall and try out a few guitars, but sometimes the stores at the mall have a lot higher prices. Don’t get me wrong, I support local businesses as much as I can, but if you can save a hundred bucks or more of your own hard-earned money by shopping around for a few minutes, then I am all for it! And sometimes if you can prove that you can get a better deal somewhere, the local merchant will lower their price to match it. So I suggested to Jake that he check out the Guitar Center’s website
and see what kind of prices they have before committing to a purchase. Shop smart and check around!
I keep getting all these darn credit card offers in the mail. I don’t want to mess up my credit this early in my life, when I’m just starting to build it so I figured I better check them out real good before I decided which one to get. Grandma told me to check out a place online called Credit Cards Club. She said they tell you whatever you need to know about just about any credit card you might be looking at or thinking about getting. Just because they advertise on TV as a good credit card doesn’t make it so, or so Grandma says.
A friend (and after you hear this you might wonder about my friend) suggested I try an online dating service. Now this is someone I have known for about 9 years now and she knows me good enough to know that I’m not so sure I could do something like that. I know that there are some good online dating sites out there but I also know there are some real nuts that slip through the cracks too. I almost fell over when she said that she met her fiance through one of them. I had no idea at all. I just might have to rethink all of this.