A few friends have been reading Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing and they were sharing their progress on social media. Never one to not read a book, I grabbed a copy from the library and have been enjoying the KonMar method of tidying. Yo, it’s amazing to […]
The HopeLine program is an opportunity for customers to help Verizon and nonprofit organizations break the cycle of violence in the United States.
However, the people who create cable channels have yet to hear my pleas for a 24 hour Law & Order station so there are times when I have had to watch other programming.
r’s note: This post is sponsored by Verizon Fios as part of the #FIOSPhilly Campaign. All opinions found here are strictly my own. In which I share my experience with the first month of Fios television services. The decision to cut the cord three years ago was part economical, part lack of programming choices. The economics […]
Musings on which high speed internet is not enough. r’s note: This post is sponsored by Verizon Fios as part of the #FIOSPhilly Campaign. All opinions found here are strictly my own. It seemed like everyone but me was getting Fios. The commercials would wax lovely about the perks of the great services that were available. […]