I feel like I slept pretty well last night. I’m really trying to focus on sleep quality and I’m currently reviewing the OOLER by Chili Technology. Stay tuned for that.
I was up at 6:30 AM to go walking, and it’s the perfect time to do so. It’s cool and not very crowded. Plus I’m done with it before everyone is even awake and anything I do above or beyond that is just a bonus.
Lizze had an appointment this morning, and I’m taking my Mom to physical therapy around noon.
I want to get the boys room under control today, and that’s going to take a shitload of patience because it’s pretty bad. I’m not looking for perfection but rather progress. I want to make progress today.
The only other thing we have is therapy tonight.
It’s a relatively slow week for us, and I’m okay with that.
While the things that you review are pretty neat, I’m starting to notice how you are only reviewing really expensive things. Most special needs parents are on a budget and likely can’t afford these things. How do you pick, ,or get picked to review? Can you maybe find some more affordable things to review?
That’s not necessarily the case. The whole point is to use the reviews to drove traffic and connect with people who wouldn’t otherwise visit.
As for the costs, some things are expensive and others not so much. My goal is to review bigger and better things as I go. That doesn’t mean it’s all about cost. I’m approached daily about review things and sometimes I reach out. There are plenty of things I review that I could never afford. I also still try to focus on things that are beneficial to the community like Jiobit and Mightier. Those are two that I consider resources.
I’m not going to turn down something expensive that someone wants to send me for free. Expensive is a relative term but I totally get where you’re coming from. Please keep in mind that this is also how I’m providing for my family and traffic matters. Incan try to find a better balance. I actually have a sensory thing arriving next week and then I’m interviewing the creator. Thanks for your input.