Sometimes, a new shiny toy can change your entire perspective. For the past 6 years, the iPhone has been my daily driver..up until about 6 months ago when I picked up a small ZTE to access Google Play applications and thanks to AT&T, I’ve been testing out the new Samsung Galaxy S7.
We all know about the “OTHER” messages go to die on Facebook, but if you have an unknown senders filter ticked on you Apple iPhone, you may have missed this. There is a text phishing scam going around that informs you that your Apple ID is expired.
First of all, don’t click it. Apple is not texting you. Second, it’s a scam. We know all about scams here at City Girl Goes Digital.
The text looks a bit like this:
You clicked it didn’t you?
Well, if you did, change your password ASAP. Head over to Apple’s site to help recover your password. Make sure it’s a strong one too.
If you haven’t gotten it, consider yourself lucky. Scammers are getting smarter every day. Don’t fall for it. If it doesn’t seem right,
There is NO denying that Rose Gold is one of the hottest in technology colors. Apple set the standard with the launch of the iPhone 6S and had consumers drooling over it…well, some folks. If you are one of the consumers that loves that Rose Gold color; don’t fret. Apple just dropped (quietly) an update to their 12-inch Macbook in the beloved color.
The Rose Gold Macbook
In addition to the new Rose Gold color, the 12-inch Macbook comes with a Retina® display, highly responsive full-size keyboard, Force Touch trackpad, versatile USB-C port and much more.
Base model:1GHz Core m3 at $1,299,
Additional Model: 1.2GHz Core m5 model at $1,599.
1.3GHz Core m7 for just an extra $250 dollars!
Want to purchase the rose gold model today? It’s live on the Apple’s online store, retail stores and some resellers.
So how are you feeling about the Rose Gold Macbook? Looking to upgrade? Sound off below!
If you are digital nomad like me, you know the importance of being able to access your media while on the go. I’ve posted in the past about the AT&T/DirecTV offerings and just last week, they launched a new 2-year guaranteed pricing for its customers who love the “access anywhere” methods.
“Our customers want all-included pricing and guaranteed savings. We’re committed to delivering a better experience for our customers by making our services better together,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Entertainment Group. When you combine your AT&T High Speed Internet or Voice in addition to DirecTV services, you are projected to save 40% more with these services combined.
When you combine your AT&T High Speed Internet or Voice in addition to DirecTV services, you are projected to save 40% more with these services combined.
Interested? Check the release here.
I am by no means athletic.
I haven’t been athletic since college and besides swimming or playing a little volleyball here and there everything has gone by the wayside.
Two years ago, I decide to make a huge change to the way in which I looked at fitness when I signed up for the Susan G. Komen Maryland Race for the Cure 5K. After that race, I got focused. I took aerobics classes, water aerobics, even focused on strength training. Putting the focus on what I was consuming really helped as well but that was two years ago.
Fast forward to January 2016, I looked at my bucket list/goals and realized that I had the goal of finishing a half marathon on that list. In 2015, I did no races or events. I barely exercised. So imagine my surprise when I saw this goal. From there, a lightbulb went off. so you can imagine my surprise when I saw this goal. 14 weeks. For this feat, I chose the Niagara Falls Women’s Half Marathon. I chose this particular race because of the rave reviews, supportive community and the money back guarantee on their training plan.
Am I crazy? I don’t know.
I ask myself every day as I lace up my shoes and head to the gym if I’m really ready to participate in this half marathon
I’m not doing it for free or likes I’m doing it because my health and activity level is not where it should be for a 28-year-old.
This post is my accountability post. I am about 58 days away from race day and I am scared but determined. Over the next 8 weeks I’ll be posting here about my progress, success and my failures. Periodically, I’ll also be documenting it through video on my YouTube channel just to keep the lifestyle fresh.
Follow along with me in my journey of chasing this metal and my health!