Taco Bout It Tuesday: Resolutions Solution

Let’s Taco Bout It!


Before the sub talk, let me digress…


So last week I listed some resolutions. And after some thought, I went to look at Google Play (the Android equivalent of the Apple App Store) and found a free checklist widget.

Ever since I discovered widgets, I can not even think of going to get an Apple cellphone. Unless Apple decides to go down the widget rabbit hole. 


So on this widget, I put down basic things that I want to turn into habits. When I click the task, it dates and timestamps it. So when I go back to the checklist I just uncheck and check.

So far so good.


With the checklist opening as the first thing I see, it brings all these resolutions that I wish to be habits.


Ok back to subscription box talk. I have been enjoying doing the weekly Taco Bout It Tuesday and I hope you do too! If you have any topics that you would like me to digress about, please let me know.

I am still accepting furbaby photos! Email at pnutatsubscriptionista at gmail dot com!


I almost made a Birchbox order before my ACE status experied but did not in the end. I had electronics in my cart then figured I was better off going to the Amazon. So as per usual, Amazon took my pnuts and I bought a cigarette lighter USB for my Android.

Because most car USBs prefer Apple over droids. 


I wanted to buy another android USB cord but held off.

There should seriously be a subscription for this. Even Amazon doesn’t have a subscription!


Is there anything that you think should have a subscription service but haven’t seen?

Feel free to comment below!


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  2 comments for “Taco Bout It Tuesday: Resolutions Solution

  1. Onderria
    January 7, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    I’d love a Qdoba subscription… cheesy ricey goodness delivered into my mouth.

    • January 8, 2020 at 11:11 am

      Yum! I was just thinking Trader Joes should have a “Best Of” monthly subscription. Something sweet, savory, vegan, gluton-free a bit of everything so at least one item is edible and all is giftable. Now I am wondering if there is a food service delivery. I need to try out Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods via Amazon. I have bags of frozen veggies in my virtual cart to remind me. I believe both have a 2 hour delivery window.
      Perhaps next month its our annual eat out of the refrigerator/freezer month.
      I am hungry.

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