When I was younger I used to be an avid reader of horoscopes, fortune-telling and loved all the palm reading stuff. It was intriguing. Before I met my husband I was slightly obsessed with reading all about the love and relationship bits. When was going to meet the man of my dreams? I suppose it’s all a bit of fun!
Now I don’t read the relationship parts but more about the career and money side of it. Will I win the lottery? Haha I wish, it’s all so much fun isn’t it? So when I was asked to have a look at the new Palmistry app I thought why not? I don’t particularly take it seriously but I know some people do.
The idea behind the app is to tell you your fortune and reveal your future.
How It Works
All you have to do is take a photo of your palm through the app on your phone and it will analyse the results using a powerful biometric algorithm. It will give you a personal prediction of your health, love life, success, career, money and happiness.
For 2018 I want to share with you all my thrifty tips and how you can save money and of course try new things. Each Thursday I will share something with you that I regularly do to save money in our household. Saving money this year is a big must on the agenda due to myself being on maternity leave later on in the year.
Here is the first Thrifty Thursday post for 2018!
I love to try new things. A few months back I discovered an app called Shopmium that let you do just that – try new things. It’s easy to use trust me! While I’m browsing around the supermarket I get my phone out and check out what I can try this week. My husband loves to see what I’m bringing home next with the weekly shopping! Although he wasn’t too fussed with the Chickpea snacks I got the other week!
I love app’s. It’s true there is an app for practically almost anything, and with baby girl growing so fast It’s great to document her growth and development journey. When I discovered what Skwibble can actually do I was amazed for a such a tiny FREE app. There are many different app’s for baby art and, but none quite like this one where you can use it like a diary, store your photos in a journal and share everything with family and friends.
I was offered the chance to review the fantastic app from Kidloland which is aimed at ages 0-5 years old. I had never heard of KidloLand before so was very interested in what their app could offer a 5 month old.
My initial questions were:
- Would it be too old for a 5 month old?
- Are there lots of activities to do?
- Would it keep an older child occupied?
- What was the quality of the images like?
- Do you get your monies worth?
So the app was easily to download from the app store onto my iPhone. I was eager to see what the app was about.