Category: Tech Talk

The Best of 2015

WOW.  It is the end of an absolutely amazing year!  I can not BELIEVE how fast 2015 flew by!  It was the year of truly great things happening for me, and my family and friends!  I got engaged, and got Maggie! My best friend has a baby on the way! One of my closest friends that I met from BLOGGING also has a baby on the way!  The good news kept coming, and I loved 2015 for that very reason!  But it was ALSO a great year in books, in tech, and in food and fitness! I have carefully chosen some of my absolute favorites from the YEAR to showcase for you today!  I hope you enjoy them! 

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Hannah & Cassie’s Holiday Gift Guide

Hannah & Cassie's Holiday Gift Guide

AHOY mates!  I am SO insanely excited about this joint gift guide with one of my best friends, Hannah!  While Hannah and I are close, we have noticed we both LOVE very different things.  So, we both took what we obsess over most, and created a gift guide for you guys based on those areas!  Hannah will be covering fashion, decor, entertainment, etc.  While I have fitness, food, tech, books and coffee!  Basically, you can find something for everyone on your list this holiday season! So, let’s get to the goods, shall we?


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FitGear Review: TomTom MultiSport Cardio

tomtom review

Before I begin, I was kindly sent this device by the company for review purposes.  All links to buy the device will be at the end of the post! Welcome to your first ever FitGear Review! First up, the lovely TomTom MultiSport Cardio

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Tech Talk: Battle of the Music Apps [Spotify vs. Apple]

newtechtalkTech Talk: Battle of the Music Apps [Spotify vs. Apple]

Hello, hello! Welcome to a SPECIAL EDITION Tech Talk: Battle of the Music Apps [Spotify vs. Apple] It has been over a month since Apple released their much anticipated “Spotify Killer.”  Within that month, I have tested it out, analyzed it, decided what I like, what I don’t, and compared it to my all time favorite app, Spotify.  Now of course, to each their own.  Each has its advantages, and disadvantages.  I will divulge all that information here, in a pro vs. con style review for each application.  I leave the decision to each of you.  Each service has a cost for these premium services [$10] and I hope that you try both out yourself before diving into either as a subscription service!

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Tech Talk: Audible; One Year Later


So, it has been a year and a half that I have consistently been using Audible.  I wrote about it a year ago when I fell in love, but I decided to bring you even MORE about Audible and why, all this time later, I love it even more! 

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The Dish: Ten Favorite WordPress Plugins


ten favorite wordpress plugins

I am super excited about this!  I had to debate between a few when I got to around #8.  I did NOT want to give you guys a forever long list.  So, that means that THESE ten are the BEST that I have used, and 2 years later, still utilize.  Not to say there aren’t other plugins that are great, but these just make everything easier, daily.

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Tech Talk: How To Save Time With Buffer

newtechtalkhow to save time with buffer


Some of you may know what Buffer is, while others may not, so real quick I will run down what the application does. I personally think it is a real time saver, and it allows you to do multiple things, all on one platform!

As a FREE user, it allows you to connect your Facebook and Twitter to your Buffer account.  From there you can:

  • Create a posting schedule
  • Share your tweets at specific times daily
  • Check your analytics 
  • Download the Browser Extension
  • Share Other’s/Your Own Content


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Tech Talk: Instagram Editing

newtechtalkToday we’re talking about a muchhhhhhh requested topic…

Instagram Editing

As an avid photo taker, and a lover of instagram, I have come to notice some things people either don’t do, or overdo, and I am here to try to guide you through making your IG edits, simple but pretty!

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Tech Talk: Evernote for Audiobooks

Tech Talk: Calendars 5 by Readdle


newtechtalkI am a PLANNER.  I have a paper planner, and a computer planner [standard iCal app on Macbook!] but for my iPhone I’m super picky.  I DESPISE the stock Calendar app so I opted for a different one. I have tried many but for me the absolute favorite is Calendars by Readdle.  You get many view options, predictive text, recurring event ability, a task tab, and a widget! To say the least, it is the BEST.  PLUS, my FAVE: COLOR CODING OPTIONS.  YUP.  Major plus!


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