6:15- I recapped my weekend. Play rehearsal, I did go to the Irish Festival etc. Then I proceeded to oversleep this morning. ha! What did y'all do? Write me email@example.com.
6:45 Can You Be Sued For Your Online Review Of A Hotel? (May 26, 2014)
A hotel in Lincoln City, Oregon is suing a guest who posted a negative review on the popular travel site, TripAdvisor.com. The Ashley Inn has filed a $74,500 defamation lawsuit against a purported guest who posted a scathing review under the name, "12Kelly." According to 12Kelly, the rooms and breakfast are nasty, the owner smokes weed, and various members of the housekeeping staff are either high or drunk. 12Kelly even claimed that the front desk receptionist was having phone sex.
A hotel is suing a guest for writing a poor review of their stay online. Can that be done?! (via @newser) http://popsu.gr/34843403
I have a friend that just told all her friends that she's pregnant. Well one of our mutual friends that had a baby in December gave her some pieces of advice. She was telling her that there are lots of little hidden costs that you don't think about. Then I happened to come across an article about a few days later. Here are some of the things that my friend said and what were also in the article:
8 New-Baby Costs These Parents Didn't See Coming
1. The cost of convenience. didn't expect that he would lose his inclination to comparison shop after his son's birth last July. "I like to consider myself a savvy shopper, and I always try to find the best price. But when you're sleep deprived and have a crying baby at home, you just buy whatever it is you need at the most convenient place," he explains. "Most times, the closest place doesn't have the lowest price, but it's not worth it to comparison shop when you're short on time."
2. Bottles. A few bottles aren't so expensive — but what about when you have to buy every kind? "No one really talks about it, but sometimes babies refuse to drink from the bottle,"
4. Outfits. Babies grow fast — and sometimes, too fast for their clothes.
5. The hospital goody bag. Even though he always considered himself a planner, John Schmoll of Sprout Wealth was still taken aback by his wife's hospital bill after delivering their first child. " "When we reviewed the itemized bill, however, I was surprised to see that the 'take home bag' filled with diapers, wipes, pacifiers, and other newborn goodies, wasn't complimentary. It came at a pretty steep cost."
and so many more. Read the rest here: :http://www.businessinsider.com/unexpected-costs-of-having-a-baby-2014-4
8:15 Tryna lose some lb's? These are some snacks you should avoid...really from Prevention magazine. 15 Worst Snack Foods (some of these were pretty surprising. Killjoys).