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Wednesday, January 01, 2014

New New or same old new

The new year has finally come , and the new day begins to end too. People often ask me what have you accomplished in the past 365 days, we call a year. Often at the end of every year , most individuals, have this thought running marathons in their head. "what have i accomplished" ?

I love to see things my way!! And in my way, what have I still got, what have I not lost, did i try, did I let go too soon, all of those hold more value than material accomplishments. Yes , I'm proud of them, but 'm  more proud of various aspects that define me as an individual.

Have i tried holding on to people i love/like ? Yes , I have, today if you are not a part of my life, its not because of me, its solely your responsibility. Have i tried every possible thing ?? Yes!, So no regrets, and no excess Baggage. the tears have dried, so now it doesnt matter as much as it used to.

Have I tried my best?? Towards work, personal life, friends .. well to an extent YES. Do i regret anything done or said , of course yes, but have i tried rectifying them... Hell yea.

To a lot of you, this may seem a little over the top, a lot incomplete, but the way i see it, its Just another Blank page left in my diary ( Lazy me hates to write )...

To new beginnings, to new people, to new stories ....

Sunday, December 29, 2013

No Contract Plans by Sage Harman

Hello everyone , meet Sage Harman .A wife to a great husband, mother to 8 furry babies, Sage Harman runs http://www.no-contract-plans.com, a site dedicated to providing free information to consumers trying to find viable no-contract phone and internet plans. She may be contacted via sage.harman.com@gmail.com.

Sage wanted to write a guest post to spread the message , so here you go guys, a lottttt of gup for you from Sage. For more queries you can contact her , either on her site or her personal mail id, mentioned below. 

According to the UN, “six of the world’s seven billion people have mobile phones – but only 4.5 billion have a toilet”. Crazy, right? So it only follows that when whittling down our ever-increasing budget, cell phone bill is one area we must pay close attention to. Clearly, whoever said "talk is cheap" must not own a cell phone. These days, cell phone costs can go as high as $1000. As we are all looking for ways to save money, I hope the following tips on how to save money on your phone bill help.

Do away with the extra features and services. Information calls, roadside assistance plans, horoscope texts, call waiting, toll-free calls, cell phone insurance, and ringtone downloads may not seem very expensive on its own but will sure inflate your cost when added together. Keep only the features you use on a regular basis.

Most cell phone plans feature free calls within the same network. You can significantly lower the cost of your monthly minutes if your friends and family use the same network provider as you. Furthermore, you may receive additional discounts if you get your family into one plan.

Bundle your phone, cable and internet services into one plan. It's often cheaper this way than paying for each service separately.

Track your time and usage. How many minutes do you use? How many texts do you typically send? Do you use your phone to check your emails, search the web, or login to Facebook? Knowing these information will help you customize your plan according to your specific needs. For example, choosing an unlimited text plan will benefit those who text a lot just as much as getting the local-only plan will benefit those who only make local calls.

Be aware of discounts. There are all sorts of discounts you may qualify for - employee, student, senior. A little research will sure save you money.

Save whenever you can. Use free wi-fi. Make free calls using Skype or Viber. If you're at home, use your landline phone. Get a plan that will let you roll over unused minutes.

Call your cell phone company. It wouldn't hurt to ask for a better deal.

Lastly, if you're a light user, you can save money with a prepaid plan. No credit check, no 2-year contract, no hidden charges and added expenses, just the basic and straightforward pay as-you-go package.

If you’re in the market for a new phone, compare plans and find one that best fits your needs and budget at No-contract-plans.com (http://www.no-contract-plans.com).
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