I use an obi for free calls over my "landline" phone via google voice. The box was something like 30 dollars, but after that, it's free. I have used it for about 6 months with no issues save the very occasional wonky sound when I dial out...indicating some sort of Internet misfire. I just hang up and dial again. Overall pretty awesome. And there is a version that can manage 2 physical phone lines but why would you need that when you can do all your porting via google voice?
3 Free Things You Need Right Now For Your Home Office
|2/24/13 11:26 PM|
I like the after!! The before pieces was striking in it's own way. Lovely, but maybe a little...convent-style...which isn't what every teenaged girl really digs.
Before & After: Vintage Bed Makeover
Fit for a Teen My Old Country House
|7/28/12 5:01 PM|
Oh, what a bunch of curmudgeons! Here's my suggestion: If she's not shy about her apartment, you could offer to have someone come in to clean the place up. A clean place always seems to make everything easier and cheerier. Another idea would be to help her set up pea pod delivery or something similar for groceries. For the toddler (I know a ton about those!) if she has a smart phone, that is a total lifesaver! There are some really nice apps for free or cheap that can keep them entertained. I know, I know, it's not active play! But it doesn't add to what can be overwhelming clutter and she won't be on bedrest forever! My son is an angry birds fanatic and loves to watch Caillou episodes on youtube. Some nice Mercer Meyer books are available as apps, too. If she doesn't have a smart phone, a roku player is an affordable alternative that keeps things simple and offers lots of kid friendly entertainment :)
Getting Through Bedrest with a Toddler
|5/14/12 11:32 AM|
At first glance, I was grossed out. But then, upon seeing that it's a Swedish thing, I forgave the cake. I'd give it a shot!
Smörgåstårta: 15 Savory Sandwich Cakes
|1/20/12 8:10 AM|