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These wireless headphones give Bose and Beats by Dre some major competition. Originally priced at $130, you can get these from Amazon for under $70, and that includes free shipping. These headphones offer all of the same important features as Plantronics, Bose & Beats, so if you’re looking to save money, these may be a great option over their popular rivals. Lightweight, on-ear, and great for use with TV or playing video games. These headphones have an interference-free reception which means that you can walk from room-to-room and hear clearly through walls and ceilings throughout your house.
Chromecast makes streaming from your cell phone, iPad, or laptop to your TV a breeze. As a huge Netflix, Hulu & Amazon Prime fan, it’s great to sit on the couch and use your cell phone as a remote to stream your favorite TV shows & movies. Additionally, Chromecast is excellent for watching YouTube videos in HD on your TV. Within seconds you can find a video from YouTube on your phone and have it play directly on your TV. I’ve also found Chromecast to be an excellent alternative to an Apple TV. As long as you’re using the Chrome web browser you can stream your desktop right to your TV from a Mac or PC.
I am the worst when it comes to buying my children’s Halloween costumes on time. I usually wait until the day before, leaving me with almost no choices, damaged goods or a costume that’s so risque that it makes me cringe to know that some people might be buying it for their child.This year, I’ve decided to make some changes that will not only put me in control but also save me some money. Like anything in life, planning ahead makes all the difference in finding what
I stayed home with my son for six weeks after he was born and then returned to work full time. Now that he is 4 years old those 6 weeks seem like a mere blip, but I clearly remember the days dragging when I was home alone with my brand new baby. I had never been off of work longer than a day or two prior to this except to travel, so staying at home was a new experience and not entirely comfortable.I welcomed a return to work, but also worried if the financial benefits were worth the impact to my
Kids’ birthday parties aren’t always cheap, but they can be if you put your mind to it. I just threw my son’s fourth birthday party and it went off without a hitch. I’ve learned a bit over the past couple of years, and I feel satisfied that I was able to provide a fun party for a reasonable amount of money this time around. In the past I’ve bought invitations from Target. I’ve found it difficult to track RSVPs with paper invitations, though, and there is the cost
At nearly four years old, Jack has gone into some sort of developmental hyper speed. Suddenly he is telling complex stories, learning to spell and read, and growing out of everything all at once. I’m surprised on a daily basis by the cognitive connections he makes, so it’s no wonder I get distracted from things like his changing shoe size . I recently noticed that Jack’s head was quickly inching toward the top of his Britax Roundabout car seat . I can’t tell you how sad it
For the first two years of his life, I managed to keep my son cloistered in a wonderful television-free bubble. One rainy, frustrating day changed that and suddenly Jack was a diehard fan of Curious George. Thankfully PBS focuses on educational programming, so I could get a break and my son could be entertained while also learning something new. Then came that morning when I was parenting solo and desperately needed to get just 30 minutes more sleep. I turned on the television only to find that PBS
As a parent, the idea of visiting a store or shopping mall in person is more of a source of stress than a pastime for me. I try to keep a list of items I need to purchase but, in my rush to get out the door with my kid and his diaper bag in tow, I often forget the list at home. Once in the store, I wait in long lines brooding over the lack of open registers while my three year-old tries to climb the shelves or hide under clothing racks. I don’t want to lose my place in line and make the trip