Wow, how is 2013 already over? Time flys when you’re having fun! In honor of the great year of 2013 we thought we’d share a few of our favorite moments with you:
We worked hard in 2013 putting together a guide that would help all of you stay connected, organized and entertained. We hope you enjoyed using it as much as we enjoyed putting it together! If you missed it, check it out here: Tips, Tools & Tech Guide
Were you one of the lucky ones that received a zBoost cell phone signal booster for the holidays? If so, we thought we’d direct you to our installation page, proving the streamlined process.
The time is upon us to create resolutions for a better 2014! In honor of the promising new year approaching, we thought we’d share some tips Real Simple Magazine put together to help you stick to your goals! Here are our favorites:
Vague goals won’t work. “You’ve got to develop a specific action plan for change,” says John Norcross, Ph.D., coauthor of Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions($25, amazon.com). Map out your strategy before New Year’s arrives. If you want to lose weight, target a precise number of pounds to shed, then set concrete mini-goals and the dates on which you aim to accomplish each of them. Want to save money? Determine the amount you will put aside each month and identify explicit changes in behavior you’ll make to get there, whether that means skipping your afternoon latte or carpooling to work to save on fuel costs.
Thinking about purchasing a cell phone signal booster for someone special this holiday season? If so, Smartphone Report walks you through their positive experience in the recent review of the zBoost SOHO YX545. Here are a few highlights:
With the biggest tech shopping day of the year just one week away, we thought we’d give you some advice on finding a Smartphone or Tablet that fits your needs! Here’s an overview from our Tips, Tools & Tech guide that highlights the details you need to research to make sure you find the right fit.
Here at zBoost we love a good prank; therefore it’s natural for us to love the magic elves that visit children each holiday season! Just for fun we scanned the web to find some of the hilarious and mischievous things the elves have been up to. Here are our 3 favorite elf activities!
The first elf idea we loved was Parent Thoughts’ elf that made snow angels on the kitchen counter! What a fun elf this is to bring a holiday tradition inside!
The holidays are upon us and so is the shopping! Nielsen’s 2013 Holiday Spending Forecast estimates 22 percent of U.S Consumers have already started their holiday shopping.