Cords. They’re a necessary evil since we don’t (yet) live in a completely wireless world. To power our many digital devices, cords run rampant in most home and office environments. If you’re fed up with trying to manage and organize your cords to no avail, try one of our FAVES + CO. tips:
As part of my official Cox Communications’ CES Social Correspondent duties I had the opportunity to jump on stage at Panasonic’s Live@CES stage. Hosted by the uber smart and talented Cali Lewis (@calilewis) and joined by panel guest Amber Osborne (@missdestructo), we talked CES, women in tech and our favorite innovations. My favorite part about CES was learning more about the future of television from Cox and Cisco and just how personal it’s becoming. Here’s a clip from the interview where I share my thoughts on the personalization, synchronization and socialization of TV:
You can watch the interview in its entirety, here:
What’s the point waiting in a long line for the new iPhone 5 if you can’t show it off? These cases from InspireMyCase will make a statement about your mobile phone choice.
Choose from these pre-mades:
- “Yes i’m a new iPhone5. Jealous?”
- “Yes you can have a play with me”
- “Yes I’m taller, skinnier & lighter than yours”
Or, you can make your own. If you design something even catchier, let me know and I’ll update the post.
These iPhone 5 pre-made cases retail for $34.95 are available for pre-order at www.inspiremycase.com.
Let’s cut to the chase. Don’t have a ton of extra time, but like to read? I wrote [RE]FRAME for people like you (and me). It’s practical advice for those who want to accomplish more and need a little extra kick start. Thank you to the team at SlimBooks for believing this is something people might just want to read.
Your time is valuable. I wrote [RE]FRAME with my publisher SlimBooks‘ philosophy that less is more. Each chapter averages one-and-a-half-pages making it a quick read for those with big ideas and little time. [RE]FRAME is one part personal journey and another part prescriptive steps to help people reconnect to their purpose. It reminds us all that in order to achieve something, you must first do. I’m kind of the queen of stating the obvious, but I believe, sometimes, it’s worth repeating.
Whether you’re getting ready to graduate college or are at a crossroads in your career, it’s my hope that [RE]FRAME offers you that extra boost to keep you going.
Unique to [RE]FRAME, each page is paired with a motivational image called an emoti-quote, perfect for sharing or posting on your favorite social networks. You can view a few emoti-quote teasers on Instagram or Pinterest. Of course, there’s Facebook page for that, too.
There you have it. That’s [RE]FRAME.
Want to buy a copy now? (It will be available in hard copy shortly.)
I’m also giving away three copies at midnight, tonight. Here’s how to enter:
It’s time to [RE]FRAME, reginite and reconnect.