Portable Router

It seems like it should be easy to hook up one of our media players and stream movies when staying where there is high speed internet, but it hasn’t been until now with the D-Link DIR-510L Shareport Go III portable router. When on the road, staying at hotels with high speed internet, there are times I want to stream a movie on Netflix, or watch my TV shows from home (using a Slingbox, or DISH Hopper). It’s much more enjoyable to watch on a big screen TV than on my laptop. An Apple TV, Roku Box (or Roku HDMI stick), a Chromecast dongle, or an Amazon Fire TV, are all small enough to fit in a briefcase. The problem is that most hotels employ a login, or a splash screen to agree to the terms of use, when connecting to the internet. A media streamer cannot show the page so it’s not able to connect. The Shareport Go III is the solution.

Your Own Private WiFi Network

This portable router creates a private WiFi network. Your laptop, media streamer, smart phone, tablet, and other connected devices can discover this network and connect to it. While you don’t have to set up a password, it is recommended so the rest of the hotel guests can’t connect to your laptop and devices. Once the devices are connected to the portable router, you can stream from one to another—mirror your iPad to an Apple TV, stream media from your laptop, or stream from Netflix, Amazon, or other online services.

What to Bring to Stream in Hotel Rooms

* Before you leave home, be sure to bring the Shareport Go III portable router, and:

* a media player—a WDTV Live, a D-Link Movie Nite Plus, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku Box of HDMI stick, Amazon Fire TV, or even a NETGEAR Push2TV PTV3000 to mirror your laptop to the TV,

* an HDMI cable that is at least 6-feet long (unless you have a Chromecast or Roku HDMI stick) that is small and packs well,

* a laptop, smartphone, or tablet that has a web browser.

How to Set up Streaming in a Hotel Room

1. Connect to the hotel’s internet with your laptop or mobile phone/tablet.

2. Turn on the DIR-510L portable router (if needed plug it in to charge it).

3. Go to your laptop’s WiFi network connections and choose the DIR-510L. 4. In your laptop or mobile device’s web browser go to http://dlinkrouter.local.

5. Click on the Internet icon and enter the login for the hotel internet if required.

6. Connect your media player to the hotel TV using the HDMI cable (often there will be a side connection) and turn it on.

7. Press the “input” or “source” button on the TV remote until you see your the device’s menu on the TV.

8. Go to the device’s network settings and choose the DIR-510L network from the and the password you set up.

Note that the first time you set up your D-Link portable router, you will should add a password for security. If you have someone else in the family that is tech-savvy, have them set up the router with a password (that you can remember) and enter the network information on your laptop, mobile phone/tablet and media player before you leave home. When you get to the hotel, the devices will remember and automatically connect. You will simply need to change your laptop to the D-Link 510L’s WiFI network.

 Guaranteeing Success

While hotel’s claim high-speed internet, streaming high definition movies and TV shows to a media player requires faster internet speeds than streaming to your laptop. On occasion, the video may be interrupted, or be of low quality. If you know that you will want to stream a movie when you are on the road, download it to a USB flash drive or external hard drive that you can connect to your laptop and stream to the TV. If you have the file, your devices can stream from one to another using the portable router’s network without going online.

This month, I’m driving across this big beautiful country we call the United States and will be giving you more tech tips to make a road trip more enjoyable.

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Spring Yard Cleanup

Spring Yard Cleanup

Now that the weather is warming and the days are lengthening, it’s time to get your yard ready for spring. Before settling down to enjoy the season, take care of the following items on your yard work checklist.

lawn mowerPrepare lawn for spring

Warm weather signals your turf that it’s time to start growing. Ensure that it gets off to a good start by first raking leaves and debris from the grass. Then apply fertilizer and irrigate if there is no rainfall. Begin mowing when the grass reaches two inches tall. Mowing prior to this height will stress the lawn and open it up to disease.

Rejuvenate flower beds

If you grew annuals in the flower beds last season, pull up any remaining plants and till in a 3-to-4-inch layer of compost to prepare the bed for this season’s annuals. For perennial flower beds, now is the time to cut out the dead plant parts so that you leave room for new growth. Also preserve moisture and improve plant health by mulching the perennial bed with shredded bark or straw and encourage new growth by applying an all-purpose organic food.

Check trees

The ideal time to check for any damage that occurred during the cold months is when trees are awakening after a winter’s rest. Look for dead or decaying branches and prune them out. Also check that the trees show no signs of pests or diseases. If you find what appears to be a problem, call in an arborist to take a look.

Pinpoint poorly draining areas

If there is an area of the yard that seems to be perpetually soggy, improve the drainage of the site. Standing water increases the likelihood of mosquitoes and leads to root rot in plants, which can be fatal.

outdoor lightingMaintain outdoor lighting

Another important task to get your yard ready for spring is changing spent light bulbs in exterior lighting fixtures and making sure that everything seems to be in working order. If you find a light that doesn’t work, despite a bulb change, you may have a short in the line. In that case, have an electrician assess the situation and see if you require new outdoor lighting.

Thin and fertilize shrubbery

Hedges and shrubs tend to get unruly during winter. Spring is the ideal time to prune out stray branches and shape shrubs as desired. When pruning, remove 30 percent or less of the shrub. After trimming, feed with a dose of an all-purpose organic plant food.

Check your watering system

Spring’s mild days will soon turn into summer’s intense heat, which makes it imperative that your watering system is running properly. To prepare your lawn for spring, check your sprinkler system to ensure that it is working well. Also inspect drip irrigation or soaker hose lines.

 

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Gym Workouts For Women

Did you know that more than half of the 45 million Americans who have gym memberships are women? While workouts for men and women can be similar, there are certainly some target areas that women prefer to train more than men.

While some exercisers choose to hit the pavement for a run or stay fit by staying inside for an at home workout, it’s difficult to debate the benefits of gym workouts and gym workouts for women. You don’t have to look very far to find motivation, variety and a seemingly endless amount of fitness equipment in most gyms around the country. Here are 3 gym workouts for women that target the muscles women want.

Best Beginner Body

New to the gym? Don’t worry. This basic, full body beginner gym workout for women will have you moving around the gym like a pro on your first day as you strengthen and tighten the muscles most women want: thighs, butt, arms and shoulders. To keep this gym workout for women simple, use the weight machines in the gym.

Perform 2 sets of 20 reps for each exercise. Simple.

1. Leg Press machine

2. Chest Fly machine

3. Back Row machine

4. Bicep Curl machine

5. Tricep Pushdown machine

6. Shoulder Press machine

7. Ab Crunch machine

The Belly Fat Burner

Ready to shed some excess fat? You’ll be glad you decided to keep your gym membership as you huff and puff your way though this all inclusive fat burning workout. Be sure you have dumbbells, a treadmill and an abs machine for this 45 minute intense belly fat burning workout.

1. 50 Ab Machine Crunches

2. 25 Dumbbell Side squats

3. 20 Dumbbells Bent Over Rows

4. 15 Bicep Curls

5. 10 Dumbbell pushups

6. Sprints on the treadmill – sprint for 30 seconds. Jog or walk for 30 seconds.
Repeat 5 times.

Take a 1-3 minute rest and repeat the entire workout 1-2 additional times.

Advanced Cable Core 

A strong core not only shows off your six pack abs, it helps your body function at maximum strength in any direction you move, all while keeping the sexy curves that women want and men can’t wait to have.

1. Torso Rows

2. One Leg Deadlifts

3. Cable Crunches

4. Side Oblique Bends

5. Pressdowns on Your Knees

Perform 25-50 repetitions of each exercise. Repeat 3 times.

While you do not need to belong to a gym to get a complete workout, it sure makes it easier. To get the maximum benefit for your health from your gym membership, explore all of the options your gym offers, including group classes, yoga, Pilates, personal training. Additionally, many gyms offer special workouts and classes for women only.

Stay fit!

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Organizing Your Email Inbox

Organizing Your Email Inbox

No matter which email service you’re using on your computer— Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Outlook Express or even iCloud — inbox management is essential to keep email organized. Your email inbox is flooded daily with advertisements, newsletters, personal messages, business correspondence and spam.

To reduce inbox clutter, get organized and stay organized, consider the following inbox management tips:

1. Open your inbox daily

You can’t begin to organize your inbox until you clean your inbox. How to clean your inbox starts with a simple task: Open the inbox and scan through all received mail at least twice daily. Immediately delete any ads, newsletters and spam (sometimes your email’s automatic spam filters don’t catch every piece). Do this twice daily, including once before shutting down your computer for the night. If you continue to ignore the swelling inbox, it will never become organized.

desk organizers2. Create filters

A filter allows you to designate where an incoming email is sent. You can set filters so that every email received from your family is sent straight to a folder named “Family.” Do you receive regular communications from favorite websites such as Sears.com? Set a filter to receive these emails and they will be ready and waiting for you to read on your break or after work. Filters are one of the best tips on how to organize an email inbox. They are as essential to email inbox organization as is a well-designed desk organizer needed to keep your pens and other important accessories organized and ready to use.

3. Create a folder labeled “Temporary”

Some emails don’t fall neatly into one of the filters or other folders that you’ve created. Just as you have a variety of file folders in your office filing cabinet, your email inbox has virtual folders for business, family, bills, subscriptions, receipts, ads, newsletters and even miscellaneous. Add a folder named “Temporary.” This folder is the place to move new emails that don’t fit into any of the other created categories. It’s for emails you want to read, but simply don’t have the time for right now. To keep the “Temporary” folder from overflowing, go through it once a week, read, sort and delete as needed.

4. Unsubscribe

One of the reasons you receive so many pieces of email is because you have landed (sometimes unintentionally) on too many mailing lists. If you no longer want to receive communications from the floral shop where you once bought one bouquet for a woman you’re no longer dating, scroll down to the bottom of the shop’s latest email and find the word “unsubscribe.” Click on it, following the instructions to remove yourself from the mailing list. It sometimes takes a week or two to stop receiving email from the business.

 

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Planning an Easter Picnic

Planning an Easter Picnic

A family picnic is the perfect way to cap an Easter egg hunt. Sitting at the table helps the kids settle down and share their adventures while still enjoying the outdoors.

Planning an Easter picnic

A backyard gathering is an easy picnic. Everything you need is close at hand, and if you forget anything, it’s easy to find. Picnicking at home also lets you set a pretty table and use your favorite dishes and tableware.

Dessert Decorator Plus Cake Decorating Kit You can barbecue if you like or roast a leg of lamb indoors. Serve the traditional scalloped potatoes, add some green beans, toss a salad and frost a cake with pastel icing. You can do all this in a park, but it takes much more organization.

Backyard picnics sometimes grow into big parties, with a separate children’s table and organized games. You can call this sort of gathering a picnic or an open house. If you decide to have a big, complicated picnic, get as much done in advance as you can so that you’re free to enjoy your own party.

Easy picnic ideas

On the other hand, an Easter picnic on the trail is an uncomplicated way for an active family to enjoy the holiday. Kids can carry some picnic supplies in their own day packs and know they’re doing their part. You might bring the kids’ favorite sandwiches, a bunny salad of carrot and celery sticks, dip, drinks, and cupcakes or chocolate eggs.

Picnic Time Montero Lunch ToteChoose a spot that’s not too far for little feet, in a park with a paved trail if you’re pushing a stroller. A picnic table is not essential but makes for neater eating. You can make this kind of picnic more elaborate by bringing potato salad, coleslaw and other family favorites in an insulated container, but you’ll want to eat closer to the car if you do.

Everything tastes better when you work up an appetite. And picnics are about more than the food; they’re about enjoying nature in good company. Eating outside at a family picnic that celebrates spring makes the meal relaxed and comfortable.

 

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Budget for Spring: What You Can Cut

Budget for Spring: What You Can Cut

Spring is an ideal time to assess your finances and make positive changes. Take the time now to discover the answer to the question, How do you start a budget.

Living on a budget can help you appreciate things more. Try the following steps to create a flexible budget.

calculatorDetermine your income

Budgeting requires that you know exactly how much money you have to spend each month. Using a calculator, total all monthly income. For money you receive periodically, add up the total for the year and then average it over 12 months.

Calculate your spending

Discovering how much you spend each month requires looking at more than your monthly bills. Include everything you buy, even those trips to the coffee shop on the way to work. To get an accurate idea of how much you actually spend use your debit card to buy everything or write it all down. Also add up all periodic expenses, including items like yearly insurance payments, and divide by 12. Then tack on an extra 5 percent for all those surprise expenses.

Do the math

Next determine if you’re in the negative or positive each month by subtracting your spending from your income. If the figure is negative, this is how much you are short each month and is the minimum you need to cut from your budget in order to avoid added debt.

Cut expenses

If you’re in the negative every month or wish to save money, it’s necessary to slash expenses so that you can begin living on a budget. Remind yourself that getting your debt under control is your top priority and cutting items from your budget is worth it to fulfill your financial goals.

Look first at discretionary income. If you’re spending $50 a week eating out, for instance, consider cutting that down to $20 a week, which will give you an extra $120 every month. Continue to cut expenses until your budget is balanced.

Develop a savings plan

Life is unpredictable, which makes having an emergency savings account critical. Set aside 10 percent of your monthly income each month to put in your savings account and another 5 to 10 percent to save for items you wish to buy someday, such as a house or car.

Congratulate yourself

When you determine how to start a budget and find yourself sticking to it, pat yourself on the back for a job well done. Developing a solid budget enables you to concentrate on living the best life possible.

A good budget should have a breakdown similar to this:

Housing: 30-35%

Transportation: 10-15%

Food: 8-12%

Utilities: 8-10%

Disposable: 20%

Savings: 10%

 

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Easy-to-Bake Bread

Easy-to-Bake Bread

If you’re looking for a homemade bread recipe that doesn’t require muscle power, look no further than “no knead” bread. Make bread at home easy and surprise your family with yummy fresh-baked loaves.

Make bread from scratch using no-knead recipes

A mistake in measuring or baking time with regular bread recipes can end in wasted ingredients and time. But you don’t have to shy away from making homemade bread recipes because you fear failure. No-knead recipes are minimalist in their technique, yet they deliver bakery-level, hard-crusted, flavorful loaves every time.

Easy homemade no-knead bread

Gather your older kids around because in no time, they’ll be able to make this no-knead bread, too.

Ingredients

  • 3 cups bread flour or all-purpose flour (plus more for “dusting”)
  • 1/4 teaspoon instant yeast
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons regular salt
  • 1 1/2 cups quality water
  • Olive oil (for bowl coating)
  • Cornmeal or wheat bran (optional, as needed)

Directions

1. Combine first three ingredients in a large bowl. Add the water and mix until the dough is sticky.

Kenmore 3 Piece Stainless Steel Bowl With Silicone Bottoms And Lids2. Coat the sides of another large bowl with olive oil. Place the sticky dough in the bowl and cover tightly with plastic wrap. Allow to rest until “bubble dots” appear on the surface (12 to 18 hours) in a room with an approximate temperature of 70 degrees.

3. When ready, sprinkle work surface lightly with flour. Place the dough in the center and sprinkle with a little more flour. Using your hands, fold the dough over on itself a couple of times, but do not “knead.” Cover the dough loosely this time with more plastic wrap and allow a resting time of about 15 minutes.

4. Sprinkle your work surface and fingers with flour to keep dough from sticking. As quickly and gently as possible, shape the dough into a ball.

5. Coat a cotton towel (not rough terry cloth) with plenty of flour (or the optional cornmeal or wheat bran). Place the dough seam side down on the towel and again dust with flour, cornmeal or wheat bran. Cover dough using a second cotton towel and allow the dough to rise (takes about two hours) until it more than doubles its size and doesn’t spring back quickly when touched.

Kenmore 5.8 cu. ft. Double-Oven Gas Range - Stainless Steel6. At the 1 1/2-hour mark, preheat your oven to 500 degrees and place a 6- to 8-quart heavy covered pot (such as Pyrex or cast-iron) inside to get hot. When the dough has fully risen, remove the pot from the oven and take off the top towel over the dough. Slide your hand under the bottom towel in order to turn the dough over into the heated pot (seam side up). Cover with lid and bake 30 minutes.

7. Uncover and continue baking another 15 to 30 minutes or until the top is lightly browned. Cool on a wire rack before serving this delicious, “never fail” homemade bread recipe.

 

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Tips for Packing and Moving Appliances

Whether you’re going across town or across the world, packing up and moving out can make even the most level-headed person lose his cool, especially if you’re doing it without the help of a moving company. Not only do you have to remember all the small, fragile items and make sure they won’t break during the move, you also have to figure out how to safely transport large, valuable appliances like your refrigerator and dishwasher. There’s a fine art to getting your appliances to Point B safely, so keep these tips in mind when preparing for your next move.Prepare with care even before you start packing, you should prep your appliances so they remain in good condition from beginning to end of the move.

  • Refrigerator: Throw away any remaining perishable food and drain all excess water from pipes, hoses and other reservoirs. Wash the inside of the unit including any removable parts like shelves and ice trays. Allow plenty of drying time to avoid mold and mildew growth.
  • Microwave: Clean the inside and remove the glass plate or any other additional attachments before packing the microwave.
  • Washer: Drain the remaining water from the hoses and inside of the unit. Clean the inside and let it dry completely before securing the barrel by screwing it down to the washer. This prevents it from jostling around and damaging the machine during the move.
  • Dryer: If your dryer has a steam cycle option, make sure you’ve drained all the water before cleaning. Remove any dust and lint from the dryer by vacuuming and cleaning the inner workings of the machine.
  • Dishwasher: Unhook the unit and drain any remaining water before cleaning the inside of the machine. Let it dry completely before packing.
  • Oven: Remove all attachments like knobs, oven racks, grates and drip pans, and scrub clean the inside and outside of the oven. Unhook the cords as well and place the parts in a separate moving box.

A stress-free move: Proper packing ensures that heavy-duty appliances won’t be damaged (or damage other items) during the move. General tips for keeping appliances safe include:

  • Tape appliance doors shut with duct tape after taking out all removable parts to prevent doors from flying open or breaking in transit.
  • Cover glass doors on microwaves, washers and dryers with bubble wrap or blankets, and label those packing boxes as fragile.
  • Wrap loose cords with towels and place them inside the appliance or tape them to the side.
  • Pack appliances upright and place them close together in the moving van so they don’t tip over or slide around.
  • Store any removable accessories, like refrigerator shelves and microwave plates, separately and covered in bubble wrap.
  • Label boxes in detail, listing the name of the appliance, the accessories or cords and which appliance they belong to, and whether the contents are fragile.
 

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10 Big Ideas to Organize One Small Laundry Room

The laundry room of your apartment or home can be tiny. It can be frustrating to store cleaning supplies, sort laundry, fold clothes or iron in such a small space. Get creative and maximize the space you do have though. When organizing your laundry room, keep in mind these tips to making the most of even the smallest space.

10. Get all major cleaning supplies off the floor and out of the way. Install a peg board on which you can organize brooms, mops and dust pans.

9. Avoid setting up a drying rack in the middle of the room. Attach your drying rack to the wall so it can fold down only when being utilized. This can be a simple DIY project that will save space and get a clunky drying rack out of the way.

8. Instead of storing your ironing board as a completely separate piece, take advantage of existing space. Refurbish a pull out drawer to create a hideaway ironing board.

7. Keep your clothesline out of the way. Install a retractable clothesline in a cabinet so you can easily hide it.

6. If you’re short on cabinet space, get creative on storage locations. Use an over-the-door storage hanger to hold paper towels, detergent, cleaning supplies and more. This tip is a great option for clearing limited counter space, too.

5. If you have multiple laundry baskets, free up space by getting them off the floor. Install a simple shelving unit on the wall and individually stack or hang the laundry baskets. Another option is to create a shelving unit with wheels on the bottom. Your laundry baskets can be stacked within the unit, but rolled around to make space when needed.

4. Get creative when you’re desperate for space to hang your laundry. Hang an old wooden ladder horizontally from the ceiling, and use simple coat hooks to provide more space to hang drying clothes. Plus, the ladder is a unique DIY project that looks awesome.

3. Purchase stackable washer and dryer units. This may seem pretty simple, but buying a washer and dryer that can be stacked will save a ton of space even in the tiniest laundry room, allowing you to install shelves or cabinets.

2. Take advantage of the space above your washer and dryer. Hang a rod to for laundry bags or clean clothes on hangers. Every inch counts and the space above your machines is often left unutilized.

1. Keep track of socks, stain sticks, clothespins and other items by hanging baskets from S hooks. You can sort items while still keeping them all visible.

Just because your space is small doesn’t mean you need to be frustrated every time laundry day comes around. Finding a few ways to better utilize your space can help you enjoy washing clothes instead of dreading it.

 

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Teaching your kid to throw and catch a baseball

Teaching your kid to throw and catch a baseball

When to start: 5- 7 years of age

Start with a softer ball, like a nerf or wiffle ball or a hacky sack using bare hands and catching the ball with fingers up or even batting the ball down with an open palm. Teaching to throw and catch requires small steps, gradually increasing the difficulty. Next step is the glove, and it’s hard not to get baseball glovesentimental giving your kid his or her first baseball glove. At first, kids may instinctively turn away from balls thrown at them, but you want your kid to look the ball into his hand (eventually the glove). So make sure they’re comfortable with something tossed at them before you graduate to a baseball. Also, it’s best to throw a ball that your kid catches with fingers up, not with the hand cradled under. That means you don’t want to throw high lobs, you want to the ball to come at them straight across the chest. Your kid might get frustrated for not learning more quickly or with repeated failures, and teaching him or her to deal with this and to keep confidence is just as important as learning the mechanics. It’s critical to keep positive and to congratulate all accomplishments. Once the confidence level is where it should be you can move onto throwing.

Let’s recap:

  • Start without a glove
  • Catch with fingers up
  • Look ball into the glove (or hand)

Throwing

Again start with a tennis ball or rubber ball. Place it in your child’s throwing hand and have him bring his opposite foot forward. Have him cock the ball behind his ear. The non-throwing arm should aim at the target. Your kid may want to point his chest at the target, but his chest should move with his head. Coordination comes from practice, practice, practice. You want to work toward the most fluid and efficient mechanics. Learning should be fun, a chance to hang out with your kid and watch him or her develop. Over time you’ll watch their skills improve beyond yours, and you’ll think back to these moments you spent in the backyard together.

 

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