I finally set up Apple Pay on my Watch about a month ago and I have been trying to use it as often as I can. Apple has a good video that shows you how to set up under the native “wallet” app, so I’m just going to link you directly to it here. Note … More Apple Pay: Secure and handy!
My latest elliptical book was Black Wind by Clive Cussler, one of the Dirk Pitt series. Although I just published a review of another elliptical book, no need to fear that I have been reading at crazy speeds or suddenly developed lots of spare time to work out. I’ve actually been reading this one for … More Black Wind: an Introduction to Dirk Pitt
This has been such a tech-filled headline week that I wanted to share a few! Apple held their spring announcement event on Monday, this time called “Loop You In.” If you are interested you can watch the full event recap here. I wanted to specifically call out the drop in price for the Apple Watch, now … More Tech in the News!
I’m always wanting to try out new recipes I find on Pinterest. Some sound too good to possibly be true and other recipes I actually think I can pull off, like this recipe for Banana Chia Bread pinned from the website http://www.savynaturalista.com. This recipe was really easy to follow and the finished product tasted great. … More Pinterest Recipe – Banana Chia Bread
Since having my twins, the only books I have been reading are what I call “elliptical books.” They need to be interesting enough to distract me from the pain of cardio but not so interesting that I can’t put it down after a 30-45 minute workout. My favorites for elliptical books are mystery, romance, or … More Nora Roberts Stars of Fortune, Book One of the Guardians Trilogy
March is Women’s History Month, which is a perfect time to highlight women who are making waves in music. There are some great women artists in all genres of the music industry right now. Here are a few of their songs currently on my playlist, complete with hyperlinks so you can give them a spin: … More Candace’s Playlist: Women in Music
We have been using home cameras for many years for everything from seeing what our cat was up to while were at work, security, and now for baby monitoring. Arlo has developed a true wireless product that is making me sing their praises! We purchased the Wire-Free Security System with 2 HD Cameras (VMS3230) for … More Arlo – The truly wireless monitoring cameras
The final episode of Downton Abbey has come and gone! Candace watched it Sunday, but Kristen didn’t finish it until the babies nap #2 on Monday! My apologies for posting late today also! Just like Lady never understood about Sundays in the Disney classic, my babies do not understand daylight savings! Kristen: Finished watching Downton! … More So long, farewell Downton Abbey!
What’s caught Candace’s eye: NPR has a really interesting story about Oscar-Winning costume designer Sandy Powell, including pictures of her sketches for Cinderella and Carol. Photo: Jonathan Olley, Disney/Design: Sandy Powell http://www.npr.org/2016/02/24/467800435/sketch-to-impress-how-sandy-powell-costumes-the-stars I LOVE COFFEE! This Duo pour over coffee maker lets you determine how strong your freshly brewed up is by how you twist the … More Series: Current Obsessions
Seriously, I had no intention of making all the twin’s food. My parents literally brought me a bucket of pears early last fall and I thought, “what am I going to do with these?” So, I decided when life hands you pears, make baby food! After seeing how easy it was to turn the pear … More As if I didn’t have enough to do…making baby food for the twins