TGIF! Woohoo! We made it to the weekend! How is everyone? I’m doing good. Glad it is the weekend, that’s for sure. Since I’m not training anymore, I don’t have to get a long run in. AHHHH!!! It’s a glorious feeling. =)
So today’s topic is somewhat tiny house related and somewhat not. I have an iPhone. I’ve had an iPhone since they first came out. I laugh at that because I am not tech saavy or into getting the latest and greatest so the fact I had an iPhone before they were popular is kinda funny…especially given that I had that stinking 1st gen iPhone until they made me replace it because the technology changed and they didn’t support it anymore. ha! I upgraded and had that phone until the battery died (and is not replaceable) and 4 years ago got the iPhone 5. It could have been 3 but I think it’s been 4 years. Since then I switched to Cricket Wireless and love that I pay $35 a month and have the exact same service I had with their competitor in which I was paying $90 a month. I’m going to switch gears for a bit but you’ll see why so hang in there with me….
This is a short post because I’m getting ready to head to Colorado Springs for the Tiny House Jamboree!!! What?!?! Yes, that’s right! A whole weekend (3 days actually) of all things tiny house!!! I already have my schedule planned out with what presentations and workshops I’m going to attend. Can you tell I’m excited??? =) I’ll try to post throughout the Jamboree with updates but I may be missing for a few days while I absorb all the Tiny House information, which of course,will be relayed back to you all on here. yay!
But back to today’s topic: my internet. As you recall from a previous post I have a wifi hotspot to connect to the internet. Remember this?
Since I’m on the subject of discussing what I get asked the most, I would say the second most common question – well besides laundry – is do I have internet. And the answer is….yes! I am fully connected via a mobile wifi hotspot. Which I don’t know why I didn’t use this service before since I moved so much. It’s so convenient and works great – plus I can take it anywhere. I’m currently writing this up from a coffee shop. Sure, they have free wifi but it’s really slow and hit and miss if I get to connect so I just take my hotspot with me and never worry about internet.