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I do a budget every six months, just to make sure money is going where it needs to be, and I couldn't be saving some cash here or there. Most of my bills stay the same, within a small margin that is easy to adjust when necessary. But one area that is really hard to keep a handle on is gas for my car. I just never seem to know what I am spending, or what I will need. Especially with the price jumping so much from week to week.
While I tried to keep track, it wasn't easy when I had to do mini refills, or ended up driving more than usual. So I got Fuel+ to do it for me.
Apple users tend to be incredibly dedicated to the brand. So much so that they are less likely than anyone else to use a different browser. Instead, they remain loyal to Safari, and that isn't a surprise. It is a well made product, and the most compatible with the hardware it has been loaded onto.
But that doesn't mean it can't use some improvements. For those looking to increase their productivity, it is just as important to create a system of apps to assist them in the process (for fans of FireFox, here are your productivity plugins). Here are ten fantastic options to do just that.
The computer is more than just a piece of technology. It is the hub of which all of life's business seems to be conducted. Even mobile devices are synced to a computer of some description, and so everything that we use is generally thrust into various folders on our desktop and through online profiles.
For myself, it is the online profiles that hold the majority of my data. I have a Dropbox, Photobucket, Google Docs, Evernote and various other accounts. Not to mention my social media profiles, which are numerous and very well used.