We all have more cords than ever before, but odds are we don’t know what all of them are for. If you want a quick weekend decluttering project, do what @organisedbyem did and buy a jewelry organizer to sort out your cords. Discard any cords that you no longer use.
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In another nostalgia-fest, Cadillac revisits the classic 1990 movie “Edward Scissorhands." In the ad, actor Timothee Chalamet portrays Edward's son Edgar, who has difficulty with his inherited scissor-hands when he deflates a football and severs a bus's stop cord. Then he tries out the Cadillac Lyriq's “Hands free super cruise" feature which allows you to drive with little hand contact. Winona Ryder from the original film also revisits her role as Edgar's mother.
If you’re still paying hefty monthly bills for cable or satellite TV, cut the cord and save at least $1,200 a year. Both Comcast and AT&T recently announced rate increases. You can get 70 channels of YouTube TV for $49.99 a month with a small investment in a streaming stick if you don’t already have a smart TV. We cut the cord in 2016 and have never looked back. You can do it!
With more televisions, speakers, smart home assistants, phones, laptops, and tablets than ever in our homes, we also have more cables and cords. Even the cleanest rooms can look more cluttered with exposed cables, and twisted, knotted cords can become a confusing mess. That’s where this flexible zip sleeve cable organizer from JOTO comes in.
Even if you love your iPhone, you probably don’t love the charging cable. Apple may be known for smart design, but their constantly frayed cables miss the mark. If you’re looking for a more durable alternative, beat the fraying epidemic with these highly-rated iPhone charging cables.
In the blink of an eye, Joseph Sakran's life was forever altered.