Monday, October 03, 2016

2 Chairs: The Secret That Changes Everything by Bob Beaudine Blog Tour .@Worthypub #2Chairs

In this world you will have trouble. Count on it!
It might be something small or something big, but you know you don't have an answer. You've come to a realization there is a limit to what you can do alone. For such times as these, 2 Chairs asks three vital questions:

-Does God know your situation?

-Is it too hard for Him to handle?

-Does He have a good plan for you?

Following these questions, Bob Beaudine offers sever practical steps to walk courageously, faithfully, and cheerfully through your trouble whether it is a minor issue or a major crisis.

About the Author
Bob Beaudine is the president and CEO of Eastman & Beaudine and recognized as the top sports and entertainment search executive in the U.S. Beaudine also serves as a member of the board of directors of the two-time American League Champion Texas Rangers. Bob and his wife, Cheryl, have been married thirty-two years and have three grown daughters. They live in Plano, Texas.

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's review-  Written with a unique and honest hand, this book clearly will help you learn to connect as well as expand your love for God.  I think any age, that can understand this book will benefit, no matter what stage in life you may be at.  

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Halloween Safety Smartphone tricks for keeping kids safe with U.S Cellular #spon

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Halloween Safety

Smartphone tricks for keeping kids safe while they are out trekking for treats on Halloween night.

Today’s cutting-edge devices keep people connected and offer a variety of features that promote safety.

A recent survey from U.S. Cellular found 62 percent of parents actually cite safety as a reason for getting their child their first phone.

By combining a selection of built-in features, users’ mobile devices can double as Halloween hubs to help trick-or-treaters stay safe and give parents peace-of-mind.

How to take advantage of built-in functions on smartphones:

Store Recent Shots

Plenty of pictures are taken of kids in their costumes so they can be shared with loved ones and on social media channels, but it’s critical to have current photos stored and readily available should a problem arise.

In addition to having a current photo of each child in regular clothing, before heading out on Halloween night, also take and store individual shots of children in their costumes.

If they are wearing masks or anything else that covers all or a portion of their faces, make sure to get photos of them with and without the masks on.

Track Trick-or-Treaters

Parents wanting to keep track of kids headed out without them can do so by using “Find My Friends.”

This app, which comes pre-installed on iPhones and is available for download on Androids through Google Play, can be set up to show the location of devices so a child’s whereabouts can be identified at all times.

Pre-load Pertinent Info

iPhones include a built-in emergency feature located in the lower left hand corner of locked password screens, which allows users to make emergency calls, even when the phone remains locked.

iPhones also give users the opportunity to set up “Medical ID” information allowing friends, first-responders or even concerned bystanders to gain access to potentially life-saving information if needed, right from the emergency screen.

To set up this built-in “Medical ID” feature:

Select the pre-installed Health application

Click on Medical ID in the lower right corner

Make sure the “Show When Locked” option is turned on

Add name, date of birth and information as it relates to medical conditions, allergies and reactions, and medications

Add emergency contacts and personal information that would be useful in case of an emergency.

While this built-in feature isn’t currently available for Androids, there is a helpful alternative. Android users can include their name and emergency contact information on their locked screens by going into their settings, selecting security and then updating owner information.

Set a Series of Reminders

Amid the excitement of trick-or-treating or Halloween parties, it’s easy for kids to lose track of time.

Using the clock feature you can pre-set a series of different alarms on a child’s phone to remind them to periodically check-in and to ensure they don’t cut it too close when it comes to curfew.

Boost Batteries

Be aware that certain applications can drain batteries quickly.

If users suspect they will be using their phones more than usual, they should consider bringing along a portable charger, like the PureGear® PureJuice Portable Charger.

External batteries are lightweight and easy to plug into multiple devices via USB microcharging cables, allowing users to recharge a phone’s battery in their pocket, purse or bag.
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There are also cell phone cases on the market that automatically charge smartphones without any extra cables, like the Mophie Juice Pack.

Navigate through the Night

Strolling streets and walkways in the dark can be dangerous, and since superpowers such as night vision are not included with the purchase of superhero costumes, flashlights are needed.

Fortunately today’s smartphones come with built-in flashlights.

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