Notice how most "free trials" require you to provide your credit card number? That's so the company can charge you a monthly fee once the trial is over. Many of these services don't let you cancel online, either -- you have to call the company on the phone and argue for 20 minutes with a person whose job security depends on their ability to prevent you from canceling.
Here's an article that shows you "How to Get Unlimited Free Trials Using a 'Real' Fake Credit Card Number." (I don't know if this is legal or not, but I like it)
As the old saying goes, “You should sit in meditation for 30 minutes every day. Unless you are too busy, in which case you should meditate for an hour.” Since most of us have an endless list of things to do and people to see, carving out quiet time can feel impossible, especially when most […]
The Bragi Dash Truly Wireless Smart Earphones are far more than your run of the mill Bluetooth earbuds. While the earpiece design makes these earbuds ideal for exercise and activity, and passive noise cancelling is conducive to a more serene listening experience, these buds go well beyond just playing music.First of all, they can actually […]