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Cutline Playlist, Podcasts, Technology

Listen Up: Podcast Recommendations!

Podcasts have become all the rage and I personally love them because it’s a different platform to get your news, and learn about all things tech, science, pop culture, and everything in between. Below are a few of my favorite podcasts I listen to during my commute or a workout, or even when I just need time to unwind. All are available for free in the Podcasts app on iOS devices.

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Gadgets, Technology

Tech Wearables: Rings, Pendants and Keychains (Oh My!)

These days, technology can be found (and worn) everywhere! From watches and rings to necklaces and keychains, there are plenty of small and useful pieces of tech that make life easier. Who can deny the usefulness of a piece of jewelry that tracks your health, or a necklace that holds your files close to your heart? Check out a few of my favorite and stylish picks below.

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Apps, Technology

Extreme Coupons: The App Edition

Let’s face it, living in a big city like San Francisco is a blessing for me but not so much for my wallet. During my very recent college years, I got myself into the habit of looking for different ways to save a little extra cash. Over time I have found some of the most useful apps that help me find discounts, save some money, and track my spending.

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Apps, Gadgets, Technology, Tips+Tricks

Got text neck? We can help!

Let’s face it. It’s 2017, and there’s no shame in having your smartphone ready at a moment’s notice. From keeping up with friends to responding to work email on-the-go, our devices are essential to our everyday lives. They’re practically an extension of us. However, a phenomena known as text neck has come out of our consistent use of electronics. Text neck comes from our tendency to lean forward from our neck when we’re working intently from our devices, which can put unwelcome strain on our neck and backs. Our phones and laptops aren’t going anywhere, but there are ways to avoid the negative effects of text neck without losing the convenience of our devices. We’ve come up with a list of four ways to counteract it.

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Apps, Technology

Six Apps for Surviving a New City

As exciting as a big move to a new city can be, it can leave you feeling overwhelmed and lost (literally). From apartment hunting to finding the city’s best brunch, moving can get tricky. Luckily, there are many apps and websites that will help you survive your new city and get the most out of your fresh start. As someone who just made the move from Florida to NYC, I’ve used the apps below to help me get situated in Manhattan.

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Apps, Technology

Baby Tech: Sign Me Up!

Having a baby is super exciting - and scary! I’m currently pregnant and have been getting up-to-speed on all the essential products that can help make the transition to new parent go more smoothly. I’ve stocked up on lots of onesies, burping cloths and bibs - but have my eye on some more tech-savvy products that promise to make life just a bit easier.  Read more

Apps, Technology, This Week in Apps!, Tips+Tricks

Fun Language Learning Apps

Last year, I made a New Year's Resolution to travel more in 2016 -- and I am happy to share that I actually achieved it. In February, I packed my rain boots for Seattle, enjoyed the sunshine and salty ocean of Mexico in March, tasted fame in L.A. in September, and explored the amazing history of Spain in October.  Read more

Gadgets, Technology, Tips+Tricks

iRobot Roomba 980 Review

For Christmas, my brother-in-law bought himself an iRobot Roomba 980. Priced at $899.00, the autonomous robotic vacuum has wheels and rotating brushes that cleans floors, and, well, lives. Upon seeing it, I was skeptical because I am old-school and like to use sweeping/cleaning as therapy...also, I was raised in a home where cleaning is a rite of passage, so I deeply value the cultural tradition that comes with a clean home. Thus, you can understand my skepticism. However, after seeing it in action I was enthralled and charmed by the little robot cleaner.  Read more

Gadgets, Random Musings, Technology

My First Experience With Virtual Reality

I’ve never been into video games or known much about how they work. I’ve seen my little brother become obsessed with games whose names I can’t pronounce, while staying up late just to finish one last battle. With that being said, I wouldn’t call myself a gamer. But after using a virtual reality headset, I can say that I am a bit obsessed with this new world -- so much that it compelled me to write about my experience.

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