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The New Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Give You Another Option In Tablet Use

July 10th, 2013 by Christen



BIG NEWS for you tablet lovers!  Now in stores, consumers can get their hands on the newly announced Galaxy Tab 3 portfolio from Samsung, allowing shoppers to choose from three unique devices to find the tablet best suited for their personal lifestyle needs. Whether reading an e-book, engaging on social networks, or allowing the kids to play games, the Galaxy Tab 3 portfolio has something for everyone.

The 7-inch, 8-inch and 10.1-inch Galaxy tablets offer a range of screen sizes and a suite of experiences built for a broader set of individual and family preferences, making this lineup of tablets ideal for both home and on-the-go uses.



This newest family comes in two color options – White and a unique Gold Brown. The Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1 are available for purchase from nationwide major retailers such as Best Buy/Best Buy Mobile, Amazon, Wal-Mart, h.h. Gregg, Office Depot, Toys ‘R’ Us, P.C. Richard & Son, Fry’s, Newegg, Sears and The Galaxy Tab 3 portfolio will be priced at $199, $299 and $399, respectively.


In addition, each of the devices in the Galaxy Tab 3 family comes with added value through pre-loaded content and Galaxy Perks available at Specifically, hundreds of dollars’ worth of content, including a $10 voucher for the purchase of apps, books, movies and music in Google Play; one year of free access to the Boingo Wi-Fi network in North America, including more than 35,000 hotspots in the United States, Canada and Mexico; three months free Hulu Plus service; and two years free Dropbox Service with 50GB storage space.


Trend Report: Seasonal Style With Sears Carlie Riding Boots (Review)

December 16th, 2012 by Christen




If you’re looking for a pair of boots to diversify your stylish collection, might I suggest the Trend Report Carlie Riding Boots in Cognac from Sears? These boots not only offer the height or sophistication, but they’re also super comfortable and can virtually be worn with any ensemble imaginable. Looking to change up the look of your everyday-office wrap dress? What about traveling this holiday season? With a half-inch heel and a rounded toe, these comfortable Carlie boots are as functional as they are stylish.






Don’t be fooled by their classic, streamline look; these boots are easy to wear and go with everything. The Carlie women’s cognac tall shaft riding boot has no unnecessary hooks, buttons or extra zippers, which means they are easy to slip on and off and fit like a glove. The tall leg makes these the perfect boot to wear with dresses, over tights, or over or under virtually any pair of jeans.  Perfect for vegan fashionistas, this man-made leather alternative not only lends itself to easy styling & accessorizing but easy cleaning too.





Also available in brown and black these Sears Carlie Riding Boots won’t even break the bank this holiday season.  At only $19.99, you can add a pair of stylish boots to your wardrobe for less than the cost of dinner and a movie.  That’s more than 67% in savings!  Who says you can’t treat yourself while embarking on a season of savings?  When it comes down to finding a pair of wear and go boots, these Carlie Riding Boots are as easy to wear as they are to find at your nearest Sears or online at



To Delete or Not to Delete: The Plight Of Social Network Deserters

November 29th, 2012 by Lifestyle Staff

Everyone has THAT friend who lives on the Internet. They post every detail of their life on Facebook and on Twitter. They post tons of pictures daily on Instagram of outfits and meals consumed. (if you don’t have that friend, you need to take a look in the mirror, because that friend could be you…)  The digital world is their oyster until one day… it’s not. One person disagrees with one of their statuses, someone makes a joke about a picture they’ve posted, or their mentions on Twitter are bombarded with combative comments replying to something they tweeted.  Then their love for social media has turned to hatred and they’re faced with the dilemma to delete or not delete – possibly deserting the social media network altogether.


The Internet is no longer a friendly place.  Users find themselves in the middle of a war they can’t contain because of that pesky share button and retweet option that makes one post viral in seconds. As a result they begin the process of packing their digital baggage filled with over used hashtags and untagged photos and wave farewell to their online profiles.


People delete their accounts everyday for various reasons. The ones who leave because of drama they most likely created, I like to call them “social network deserters”. There are two types of social network deserters, the one who takes immediate action after an embarrassing or angering exchange or the one who drags it out hoping someone acknowledges their decision to leave it all behind.

The ones who drag it out spend the next few hours and sometimes days, posting that they are “done” with social networks, some even urge all of their “real friends” to request their number to stay in touch. Celebrities tend to fall into the swift action category. Most likely their PR person pulled the plug. Case in point, the most recent celebrity deserter who had a less than stellar night of communicating on a public forum:  Chris Brown.

Regardless of which type of deserter they are, one thing they both have in common is that they always come back.  When they do it’s not without fan fare. The average Joe posts an “I’m back” statement and waits for the likes or retweets to roll in. The media outlets unofficially handle the announcements for the celebrities.

History, however, never fails to repeat itself and you know what they say about idle hands, especially hands that have access to smart phones. When they do return it’s only a matter of time before another incident reminds them of why they hate allowing friends and strangers into their personal lives.

Until then there are enough social network super users who are willing to fight the good fight and provide just as much drama for those who like to watch to stay entertained.


Are you one of these social network deserters or super users?  Do you think celebrities should fend for themselves via social media or just quit the game entirely? Sound off below…



Chris Brown: When Twitter Beefs Go Wrong (AGAIN!)

November 26th, 2012 by Christen

Just when you thought it was safe to support #TeamBREEZY – the 23-year old singer, flubs up on social media (once again).  According to several reports online, Chris Brown has (once again) deleted his Twitter page after a battle of insults with a comedienne online.

The exchange started when Chris tweeted a photo of himself with the caption, “I look old as f—! I’m only 23“.  Jenny Johnson responded, “I know! Being a worthless piece of sh-t can really age a person” and a very vulgar war of words ensued from there…

Will someone from Chris Brown’s camp PLEASE take his smartphone away from him.  I understand freedom of speech but GEEZ – there comes a time where if you don’t learn from your mistakes you should be forced to accept the consequences.  I wonder if Twitter should implement a 3 STRIKES rule?  Delete your profile THREE TIMES and you’re OUT … FOR GOOD!  That’ll teach folks about social media decision making REAL QUICK!

What do you think?

Is Chris Brown The Newest Face Of Wilhelmina Models?

November 19th, 2012 by Christen


Is this the new face of modeling?  




On Nov. 15, Chris Brown signed a deal with Wilhelmina Models’ Artist Management division to facilitate “fashion and beauty endorsement, editorial and licensing opportunities.”

Brown issued a statement, saying: “Art and style has always played a significant role in my life – it’s evolved with me throughout my career. I’m so happy to join the Wilhelmina team, which has countless successes in the industry, to explore this new avenue.”

Wilhelmina is just as pumped as Brown also releasing a statement saying, “We recognize that Chris Brown is not just a voice, a dance or a lyric; he is a multi-faceted artist with a unique take on style, and we are excited to translate and extend his brand into these industries.”


Chris Brown is giving Lenny Kravitz swag at last night at the American Music Awards…



Chris Brown recently launched his own clothing line entitled, “Black Pyramid,” under the Pink + Dolphins brand, and intends to push the brand although it is still relatively unknown. “The Black Pyramid label is basically an unknown art,” Brown says. “We really haven’t mastered the art of making a pyramid ourselves, like the ancient ones, so it’s kinda like an unknown art. So I think my painting, my designs, whatever I do fashion wise is unknown to a lot of people. “

On Nov. 17, Brown kicks off his Carpe Diem world tour, in Norway.


What do you think?






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