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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

I never lose my key or phone again with my TILE Bluetooth tracker

Hello, my dear readers. As you remember, I promised to share with you monthly about new tech I get to test from Verizon. This time, I'm truly excited to test their Tile Bluetooth tracker. If you've never heard about this device, you may be glad that I'm going to share more about it. I totally think that every fashion girl must have them. There is always room for one more little thing in our purses since they are like black holes in the galaxy.

I was first introduced to Tile by my MIL. She gave it to my husband for Christmas. Though, shame on him, he never actually used it. We didn't understand how useful it could be!

Tile is a wonderful smart tiny device that can help you find your keys, your bag, your wallet, where you parked your car, or whatever you have lost - even your pet. I was a bit sceptical about it at first, but after losing my keys and the phone several times, I can't imagine my life without it! I feel sometimes like an old lady who wears sunglasses and forgets where she left them. Every time I lose my cell phone in the house, Tile saves my day. The fun part is that you don't even need to stick a tile device on your phone, you just press the button on the tile device and your phone rings even if your phone is on silent mode. Isn't that super?! My phone is always on silent. It is why when my husband offers to call to my cell phone, I tell him that it is not going to help. It was extremely easy to install and the app automatically records the last time and place it saw an item. It is a water resistant, is quite loud and the battery lasts about a year. It cost only $69.99 for a 4-Pack at Verizon stores. It can work as a perfect birthday gift for anyone who tends to lose anything. Lol, and I'm one of them! I guess now my husband knows what to give me on my next birthday. Hehe.

Anyway, thanks to the Verizon Influencer group for letting me try their products and share my honest thoughts about them. No additional compensation is provided to me. All the opinions here are my own.


Sunday, June 26, 2016

What to wear if you are tourist

Hello My dear Readers! We are back home from our road adventure. You can't imagine how much fun we had and how exhausted we are. I was making the plans for what we would see and where we would spend our nights. We actually ended up seeing way more. My next blog post will be about our travels. Just stay in touch if you were not able to watch us on Snapchat.
Today, I would like to share one of my travel outfits that I wore at the journey's outset. When you plan to travel, you should always think to wear something comfortable, yet stylish. I'm wearing my Sanctuary Clothing top along with a midi denim skirt. As for accessories, I picked my Poupee de Papier mini bag that can hold my travel camera and 2 phones. Also, I thought that my Lulu*s necklace compliments my entire outfit very nicely. As for shoes, I wore my new JUCH flat shoes that are on sale right now, and you can get a discount by using the code "QHORSFALLxJUCH".
Top  | Sanctuary Clothing  Skirt (Similar) | MACY'S 
Bag | Poupee de Papier   Necklace | Lulu's  Shoes | JUCH

Monday, June 20, 2016

What to wear and look like Californian girl

Hello, my dear friends! This past weekend, I was preparing for our road trip to Seattle. It was quite a pain because I needed to figure out where to stay and what should we see. But after couple hours of hard work, I finally booked everything and now we are finally in Seattle! Yay! My first USA road trip happened last year when we moved from Virginia to California. We had so much fun and decided that we should do it again. Since I'm been living as a California girl for almost a year, I learned how to dress like I've lived here forever. All a person needs are fun glasses, a cute dress like these from MINK PINK, and a comfy pair of shoes (if you saw on my Snapchat when I got them, I shared that they have very soft leather and that you can get them from JUCH).
Dress | MinkPink  Backpack | Violet Ray  Boots | c/o JUCH