Tag: budget

Just Bought a Camera from Amazon!

Good evening everyone, it has been a while since my last post and I apologize for leaving you guys hanging. I have been very busy due to work and personal reasons. Any how, I hope you all had a good 4th of July holiday last week. I will be starting a YouTube channel really soon about lifestyle about being on an autism spectrum disorder and other development disabilities. I will be targeting more in adolescents, young adults, and parents of children with autism spectrum disorder. I will also include places I have been in the Huntsville, Alabama area or surrounding areas, product reviews, natural hair, and so forth.

Any how, let’s talk about this camera which I have got from Amazon.com. 20170716_113942[1]

The cost of this camera was $89.00 before tax which I did not think it is a bad price especially if you are on a tight budget when it comes to purchasing cameras $150 or below. It comes in two colors silver and black. This camera is also budget friendly, but prices may vary depending on the color.

This camera is also good for vlogging and taking pictures anywhere you go.

What in the Box?

  • Digital camera
  • AC Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • Battery
  • User Instructional Manual
  • Wrist Strap

If you want to get this camera on a budget I will link the website where I purchase it along with the tripod I have just gotten today



That concludes my somewhat “unboxing” post on the camera I have purchased from the Amazon website. I will provide a review on this camera along with the tripod I have purchased with amazon.com. Let me know once I start this channel on YouTube on what topic I should talk about first whether it is dating advice on an autism spectrum, my autism story, and so forth.

Once again I apologize for not blogging I missed you guys. Any how, talk to you guys soon.

Spring Break Season Time!!

Spring break, the best week of my life while in school (high school and college)! The word “spring break” is defined as the time of rest from all the school projects, exams, and classwork in general. And also to go to the beaches along with traveling. I know most of us need some time to recharge ourselves after mid-terms because it can be stressful at all times. Boy, I sure do remember those times where mid-term week takes place while I was in college. All I have to say is it really sucks. 😦

Any who, here are a few advice while traveling for spring break:

  1. Plan Ahead
  2. Where to Travel
  3. Budget Yourself
  4. Be Safe and Enjoy Yourself 🙂


Many students (college) know how to save their income while wanting to travel out of state or in countries and not have to worry about budget (rich people). While others who are on a tight budget has to limit their spending habits because transportation such as flights, trains, and buses, including boarding and food can be on the pricey side along with trying to go to different places such as Bali, Dubai, Atlantic City, Orange Beach, and the list goes on. I would suggest to use Expedia, Airbnb, Hotwire, and so forth for less expensive traveling.

I know for those who are in high school and wanting to take a week off from projects, teachers, and school period! I was in that same boat freshman until senior year, I feel your pain while anxiety is kicking in. As I recalled from high school, I remember spring break starting at the middle of March and in college the beginning of March. I do not usually do anything on spring break besides relaxing and spending time with family.

Hope these advice help you guys, if not then correct me if I am wrong! Any who, enjoy your spring break and do not be a fool.

Your friend, Carmela