The adjuster said it’s only whiplash and wants to settle, what do I do?
When you are involved in an auto accident, sometimes the real pain doesn’t set in until a day or two later. Likewise, sometimes the swelling masks more serious injuries with your neck and back, even when you think the injury is “simply whiplash.” Whiplash can actually turn out to cause herniated disks, pinched nerves, or even a traumatic brain injury, which is why it is very important to never settle your claim too early. Get the medical attention you need, follow your doctor’s orders, and don’t stop treatment until you are cleared by a physician – no matter how much money the adjuster is offering to settle for. Once you sign the paperwork to accept their money, they will no longer pay for anything, even the need for surgery later on.
Do you know how often you should clean your appliances?
With everything you need to keep track of in life, cleaning your appliances probably isn’t at the top of your list. This handy guide of how often to clean which appliance is super helpful, like cleaning your refrigerator every three months and your dishwasher every four weeks. Not only will it help your kitchen smell and look awesome, it’s extremely healthy, too.
How to keep your phone from listening to you
Have you ever wondered why certain ads pop up on your phone immediately after you had a conversation about a similar topic? No, you are not going crazy – your phone does actually listen to you. In order to prevent this from happening, check out this article on your phone’s microphone and how to disable it. While the article does suggest disabling “Hey, Siri” and “OK, Google,” you may not be ready to part with those helpful features, but there are other ways to limit the exposure, like turning off the mic in certain apps.