I’m sure you are familiar with the website MyLife, right? This is where you find your high school buddies, friends and even enemies. Some also make a high school reunion through this website. Because it helps you to find your old school mates and get together to the present. You also get a chance to see the people who are also looking or searching for you from the internet or search engines. It’s cool, yes but of course there is an option for a premium account wherein you will pay to get and receive the full features of this website, this social media site.
Yes, you have to pay to have a premium account but don’t worry if something wrong happens there is always a refund button, especially if you’re using Paypal as you’re Paypal method. Say hello to MyLife Refund, when everything goes wrong click “refund” and you may get your money back.
Feb 07, 2013 | 344 views
Are you addicted to video games? Love to listen to different kinds of music? Or Watching movies from DVDs makes you feel relaxed all the time? If so, I believe your closet is full of these collectibles. Just what most of the people do, when we are fond of something we usually collect things that are related to it. Some of us have a collection of video games, DVDs and CDs but what if you already want to get rid of those things? I mean, things get old, right? If we are done using things, we tend to just leave it in the closet, put them everywhere, getting borrowed by friends and sometimes just giving them to others.
What if I tell you that you can start earning money through your old/used things? Yes, thanks to musicMagpie for making this possible. By using musicMagpie, you can sell your old DVDs, CDs and video games. You just have to follow their instructions on how it will work.
You have to enter their bar codes or scan their by using your web cams and by scanning the bar codes they will let you know how much it worth. Second is you have to ship your items to musicMagpie, but don’t worry they offer FREE SHIPPING! After that, they will send you your payment through Check. How great is that??? Your old stuff will turn into money! At least they will not just stuck in your closet.
So if you have old stuff, go to musicMagpie and sell them now!
Jan 23, 2013 | 467 views
For the last decade, you have to meet that girl or guy in person first before creating an intimate relationship with him/her. However, that’s not a big deal or even required in this generation. We already have a very improved environment and high-tech products… Most of us are now using these high-tech gadgets such as computer, laptop and cellphone for meeting new people.
And when we say meeting people, you can’t just meet them and make friends. Love starts from friendship, so while making friends to these new people you will start to develop this love thing on the opposite sex. As I mentioned, most of the people on this world already have gadgets in their own. That’s why online dating is fab nowadays. Meet new friends on your laptop or cellphone using online dating sites and when you feel like you started to like someone, that’s how online dating starts.
Online dating means dating a certain person through online. Meaning you have met this person through online dating sites. But of course, you can still decide whether to continue your dating on the real world, this is where you will start to have an eyeball – meeting this person in person.
Some people found their love of their life through online but some are not. It really depends on each person. But starting from online dating is not a waste of time, you can get to know the person through social media sites. However, be careful because some people will always try to deceive you with their personal information. If you have someone in mind, try investigating him/her online and see if he/she is telling the truth. But I believe, if this person is really for you and if you really love him then you will accept everything about him.
This online dating site is a start, I’ve heard so many good things about badoo.com and if you want to try online dating. Try it here.
Jan 17, 2013 | 2,846 views