More iPhones More Problems

More iPhones More Problems

The evolution of my personal cell phones is pretty impressive. From the beginning of my cellular days with the classic flip phone (that was prepaid I might add) to the newest iPhone, I've basically had it all. The phones from back in the day could withstand anything. I beat those things, literally, and they never broke. I wish I could say the same for the iPhone. For a better interface you get a more fragile phone. I guess you have to take the good with the bad. It's the price we pay for new technology.

I always wanted the latest phone trend, and once the iPhone hit the streets in 2007, I never looked back. Nowadays, when you see someone without an iPhone, there is that person who says "how do you live life without the simple and convenient layout of the iPhone plus all of its compatibility characteristics which makes a lazy person like me very, very happy? I mean, who can afford wasting their time syncing things these days?" While I love my iPhone for many reasons, lately I've been losing my patience and an exorbitant amount of money on the newest and latest phone. Which brings me to this post.

My Food Rhode Map

If you could eat every meal of the day in your home state, where would you go? In Rhode Island, there is an abundance of amazing food. From the many farms to the seafood (Rhode Island isn't called the Ocean State for nothing) there are plenty of great choices to dine. Considering I'm on the infinite wedding diet for the next 10 months, I want to talk about my choices for where I would go if I had to eat out for every meal of the day. This was more difficult than I anticipated to have to pick these places because I enjoy so many. But I based my choices on what I've been craving most recently since Jake and I haven't gone out much since we need to save as much money as we can for the wedding. 

New Year's Resolutions For Engaged Couples

New Year's Resolutions for Engaged Couples

So now for my obligatory New Year's resolution post that I should have written four days ago.

2017 is our year. Our two year engagement is flying by and now that we rang in the New Year, wedding planning will completely consume our life. It's hard to make a resolution going into the year of your wedding without it being all about the big day. While this year will be a life changing, exciting and special time in our lives, I anticipate it to be quite stressful. Deadlines are approaching quicker than I would like and our wedding fund isn't where I'd like it to be. So cheers to the New Year and hopefully these wedding resolutions will help us not lose our minds.