Changes From Last Year To This Year

Changes

This week for the writers workshop I am going to write about what was going on this time last year and what I think of it all now that it is a year later.  I went through the whole month of April and I really only wrote 5 actual posts.  The few other posts I had were reviews of some sort. Here is a list of the posts from last year if you would like to go back and check them out.  I also will list any changes in how I am thinking from last year to this year.

  • My MS Medications– all of my medication are basically still the same and since I am stable there is no reason to change them or to even mess with them.
  • Standing Still– I forgot that I wrote this post last year and to be honest I still feel like I am standing still but I also feel like I am all alone and I know that is because of how I have treated people.  There are parts of this post that are still true and other parts that aren’t because I really don’t have any friends anymore.
  • MS Tuesdays Medications That Don’t Work For Me– nothing has changed with this post because nothing has stopped working for me.
  • How To: Break Your New Cell Phone– lets just say I haven’t broken a phone since this post and I better not break my iPhone or I am going to be pissed.
  • My Top 10 YouTube Channels– this has changed so much so I am going to make another Top 10 because I have some new ones and I think everyone would like.  I still like all the ones I listed but there are some newer ones that I want to share with everyone.

How has your blogging changed from last year to this year?

Mama’s Losin’ It

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How To:Break Your New Cell Phone

I have found the most efficient way to break a brand new cell phone and I wanted to share it with everyone!

  1. First you will have to either have clothes to wash or bed sheets.  In my case I had to change my sheets so I decided to use them.
  2. Make sure you take off all the non important things off of what you washing.  These would be things such as a phone charger, remote controls and other such things.
  3. Grab what you are going to wash in a huge pile but make sure that you phone is in the pile.
  4. Go and put the pile in the washing machine and turn it on.
  5. Go back and try to find your phone & realize that there is a loud knocking noise coming from the washing machine.
  6. Go back after about 5 to 10 mins and dig through all the wet sheets and find the phone.

That is all there is to it!  Just 7 little steps that I know anyone can follow.  Let me know how this works for you!

*As a side note the phone did actually work.  I did make sure that I put in a bag of rice for 24 hrs after it happened.  The screen looked like it had a baby growing in it but other than that you would be able to tell that I had washed it.  At least my phone was 100% clean and it did work until I got the money to get a new one sent.  I am sure it would have worked for a long time. 

*Oh and the bag of rice trick seemed to work great!

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