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March 23rd, 2017 at 02:18 pm

I broke my eating out spending fast! I stopped at a grocery store with a coffee shop after a particularly odd work meeting and decided to pick up a coffee for my officemate to perk up his day. I got an almond milk chai tea to perk up mine as well. Wink

I'm taking a different antibiotic to treat my sinus infection now since the first one was ineffective. I'm so glad I have health insurance, as these prescriptions are only $8, and I have an FSA. I hate taking antibiotics, but today is day 17 of this nonsense and it needs to end.

My coworker told me how sick she was on Monday and has been out of the office ever since. She has influenza. The friend I saw last weekend came down with the stomach flu yesterday. I don't really want to leave my house these days!

I've missed talking with my parents on the phone and it's because my (old) cell phone has basically no reception in my apartment. We were able to Facetime, but now that doesn't seem to be working on their end. If I want to make a phone call on the network, I have to walk out into the middle of the street. I'm debating getting a network booster, or a cheap home phone, or a new cell phone since mine is doing strange things with the battery lately anyway. Or...maybe I should just move! Ha! (Edited to add - I have checked with my cell phone provider multiple times and they can't seem to help.)

5 Responses to “chai tea ”

  1. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Having to walk out in the street to use your phone is pretty awful. Our house had hardly any reception and I would have to walk outside but then I changed phone providers to the most commonly used and the phone reception was 100% better. Maybe if phone providers aren't the problem a network booster sounds like a good idea.

  2. kashi Says:

    I did look into the nearest cell phone towers a while ago - maybe I'll do that again to double check. I live in a metro area so reception shouldn't be an issue. I think it may be due to the walls of my very sturdy apartment. I had to put on a wifi booster just to get wifi from one end to the other!

  3. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    That's no good not being able to use you phone at home!

  4. Kiki Says:

    If you have ATT you can get a micro cell tower for about $75 that will increase cell service within 50 or so feet. I had to do it for my last apartment because I had 0 reception because of the brick walls. Other services may also have something similar.

  5. rob62521 Says:

    Hope you can figure out a reasonably priced solution to this..not being able to use your phone in your place is not good.

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