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  • Mar 28, 2021 05:14 PM
    Last: 1mo
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    I'll be honest. I use my mobile phone to text, read a few articles while I'm "bored" (in a line a grocery store, waiting for a coffee order, etc.), and to check the weather before heading out on a walk or run. If I really think about it, my phone is logged on to my home wifi network far more than not. I've always been quite happy with my 4g network reliability, but now I'm getting inundated with "deals" to upgrade my plan to one with 5g.

    It's not that I can't afford an upgrade, but I honestly don't know if I need that upgrade considering how I use my phone. I don't play games, watch movies, or stream anything other than Spotify (which I actually listen to in airplane mode so I'm not interrupted during my exercise). So do I really need this upgrade or should I just stick with my reliable 4g until I'm basically forced to switch?

  • Mar 21, 2021 05:28 PM
    Last: 1mo
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    The vaccine rollout in my area has been haphazard at best, but I recently found out that I can get my vaccine a in a town a few hours away without any issues or questions at all. I know more shots are becoming available by the day and I want to make sure everyone who needs to get their shot gets one, but I'm currently eligible to get my shot and am struggling with whether I should travel to get my shot.

    What do you think? Is it ok to travel to get a shot or should I wait to get it in my hometown?