This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Plasti Dip. All opinions are 100% mine. Over the last couple of months, I became a massive fan of modifying my gaming peripherals – from controllers to consoles, re-shelling and painting – if I can modify it, I’m going to try.
Being in debt is often met with fear, concern, recklessness, etc. But did you know there’s a smart and intentional way to use debt to your advantage? It’s all about preparation and knowing what you want to use this debt for, whether it’s to pay down high interest credit cards, or make
It’s been said over and over, drilled into our brains for the last 9 months – 2020 was a crazy year. If you’re like me, you’re beyond ready to focus on the future and everything that I am looking forward to next year. I have some big plans, and lots of goals
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Plasti Dip. All opinions are 100% mine. Over the last couple of months, I’ve found myself tinkering with things a bit more than I normally would. Gadgets, game consoles, controllers, and more. I’ve been picking up tools, soldering irons and more.
I previously wrote about the Fall 2019 National Prescription Drug Take Back Day and the importance of properly disposing of unused, unwanted and unneeded drugs in each one of our homes. Whether it was pain medication for a procedure in the past or even just some old expired allergy medicine. It’s important
I’ve always held the belief that banking of often way more complicated than it really needs to be. I know there’s a lot of math involved, but then again, same with video games. If I’m still being honest, I’ve always felt like there were arbitrary hurdles to jump over involving any process
There’s a vivid memory that always pops into my head whenever I think about how much music has influenced my life. I was in elementary school and had dug out a toy piano from when I was a toddler. I fiddled around with it and taught myself how to play some basic
It’s time to talk about WiFi. I remember a time before home networking was really a thing. Back when dial-up internet access ruled the land. It was horrible. Over the years, broadband became more widespread, and wireless networking technology advanced leaps and bounds. The problem is that most people get stuck with
It was quite a unique April in our household. I’ve been getting to know every nook and cranny of our new home, and we’ve been working on getting creative with our extra spare time. That means lots of crafts, cooking, and video games. While I do work as a full time designer
I’ve tried my fair share of smart tech over the years, and it’s safe to say we’re finally getting into some exciting times in the field of gizmos and gadgets that help connect our home, whether for entertainment or security. This weekend I received a lovely package from Arlo, America’s #1 internet-connected camera
I’ve always paid close attention to the amount of hair on the top of my head, especially since I noticed less and less of it starting in high school. Looking back at my senior portrait, the early signs of a changing hairline was evident. Over the years, I’ve run the gamut of
For over two decades, I fancied myself a computer tinkerer. I would take apart my computers, rebuild them, mess around with the software in attempts to make it do things it wasn’t originally designed to do. Those were the days that I had hours and hours of spare time to just mess