Thursday, 25 October 2012

What is rooting,How to Root and install Custom Recovery on any Android phone

How to Root and install Custom Recovery on any Android phone
As is the case with any smartphone, the initial ownership period is always the most exciting one. Your phone is new and you can’t wait to try out all the features it has to offer. After a while, though, you tend to get bored with it and that’s when you start thinking about buying a new one. Unfortunately, what many don’t realise is that at times, manufacturers aren’t able to exploit the phone's true capabilities due to various reasons and one of the best ways to achieve that is by rooting it (if it’s Android) or jailbreaking it (if it’s an iPhone). You may have heard these terms thrown around the Internet or amongst your friends and may have wondered what’s the big deal behind this. Well, today we’ll talk about what is rooting? How to root virtually any Android phone? And finally, installing a custom recovery and why you may need it. 

As a special treat, we’ll also show you how to install Ice Cream Sandwich on your Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000. This still remains one of the most popular phones, especially with the modding community and thanks to them, they’ve achieved what Samsung refused to do. More on that later, though, first let’s get you rooted! 

Turn your Android phone into an iPhone with this fake OS launcher

Turn your smartphone into an iPhone 5 with this full-featured launcher.
There has always been an urge to sample various mobile phones, especially the two largest competitors Android and Apple. You can always go for what most users choose to do a primary phone and a secondary phone. Or you can take a look at this fake iPhone 5 launcher. Dont misjudge the app by the word ‘fake, as this is a full featured launcher.

Friday, 19 October 2012

10 Things You Didn't Know About Nokia

1) The ringtone "Nokia tune" is actually based on a 19th century guitar work named "Gran Vals" by Spanish musician Francisco Tárrega. The Nokia Tune was originally named "Grande Valse" on Nokia phones but was changed to "Nokia Tune" around 1998 when it became so well known that people referred to it as the "Nokia Tune."

2) The world's first commercial GSM call was made in 1991 in Helsinki over a Nokia-supplied network, by Prime Minister of Finland Harri Holkeri, using a Nokia phone.

3) Nokia is currently the world's largest digital camera manufacturer, as the sales of its camera-equipped mobile phones have exceeded those of any conventional camera manufacturer.

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Liquipel™ technology(water resistant)

Liquipel™ is a revolutionary process that applies a watersafe™ coating to your electronic devices to protect them in the event of accidental exposure to liquids. It is not visible to the human eye, virtually undetectable and Liquipel™ will not compromise the look, feel, and performance of your electronics.
Liquipel™ is a Nano-Coating that is applied though a propriety process. This process starts by placing devices into the chamber of the Liquipel™ Machine. The Machine then removes all the air to create a vacuum, a special formula is then introduced as a vapor. The vapor then permeates the entire device inside and out, Liquipel™ then bonds to the device on a molecular level, leaving your device watersafe™ for years to come.

Laser Projected Keyboard

Without your computer keyboard, whether it's part of a desktop or a laptop, it might've been fairly difficult to get to this article. Sure, maybe you've bookmarked the Web site and you used your mouse to click around between several links, but most of the time, you probably type the Web site address into your browser to get here. Most of us with personal computers use a keyboard almost every day to compose e-mails, type out word processing documents, visit Web sites and perform searches. And as easy as it may seem, typing is a skill we have to learn and practice in order to perform properly. Most students take typing classes as early as elementary school, and word processing is one of the most common skills listed on a job-seeker's resume.

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

2013AUTO CAR AUDI A3 review

The A3 is an example of the exquisite sensibilities in design and use of materials that distinguishes the contemporary Audi. It is a combination of open-road dynamism, long-haul friendliness, around-town usefulness and fuel economy.
The Audi A3 is powered by either a 200-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged (2.0T) four-cylinder gas engine; or a 140-hp 2.0-liter turbo-diesel (TDI) engine. The 2.0T comes standard with a six-speed manual or optional automatic S-tronic transmission that allows manual selection of gears. The only choice with the TDI is the S-tronic. Quattro all-wheel drive is also available with the 2.0T engine, but then your only transmission choice is the S-tronic. Some high-tech A3 features include Bluetooth phone connectivity, light and rain sensors, satellite radio and dual-zone automatic climate control. Passenger safety is provided by front, side and curtain airbags, active front head restraints, electronic stability control and optional rear side-impact airbags.
For 2013, the Audi A3 carries over unchanged.

Friday, 12 October 2012

Drones Can Be Hacked

A team of researchers at the University of Texas at Austin received $1,000 from the Department of Homeland Security after hacking into an airborne drone and wresting control from the pilot.
The researchers, headed by Dr. Todd E. Humphreys, got control of the drone by overloading it with false signals that were precisely matched up with authentic satellite signals — a technique known as “spoofing.” Once that happened, the drone ignored the original pilot, instead obeying the hackers’ every command.

Angry Birds transformed into Star Wars

Angry bird is one of the most famous games running nowadays.this game is very eye catching and has  chnged the  common theme of games ..Mobile games developer Rovio Entertainment has decided to combine two of the most loved franchises in history - by turning the highly-successful Angry Birds into a Star Wars-themed title. While the game will only be available on 8 November for iOS, Android and PC, players will be able to once again take on the evil Darth Vader.
Rovio Entertainment has decided to combine two of the most loved franchises in history (image: Rovio)
The usual birds will all resemble a character from the Star Wars films, but Paul Southern, vice president of licensing and consumer products marketing for Lucasfilm said they will also have their own personality. 'They are not Angry Birds dressed up as Star Wars characters. They are characters in their own right. They've got personalities which are kind of similar,' he said.

Nokia Asha 311 Review

Recentle Nokia has launched its new  series of mobile range named as " ASHA".These phones are running successfully. With the success of this series nokia has now launched new member of ASHA family( nokia asha 311).I remember when mobile phones used to be simple little devices that we would just use to make phone calls and send the occasional text message. Now our phones talk to us, give us directions, keep track of our appointments, and feed us a constant stream of information. After all, who wants a phone that does anything less? Well, Nokia seems to think that there’s a market for people who want simpler, affordable phones that do a bit more than just phone calls. While the company has been going on about its new Lumia range, it’s found time to also launch the Asha range of smartphones, with the Asha 311 being the latest.

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Bank Alfalah to launch first student ISIC co-branded debit card

Karachi—Bank Alfalah recently signed an agreement with Alive Asia for jointly launching the first co-branded International (ISIC) in Pakistan. The ISIC allows students    access to over 41,000 local and international benefits and services from125,000 locations across 124 countries globally. It is the only internationally recognized student identity card acknowledged and supported by UNESCO, universities, academic institutions and governments worldwide.It provides students many discounts to the isic student card holder . In  Pakistan it is proving discounts on FREDDY,S , WATEEN,etc.

Alive Asia is the official licensed authority, appointed by ISIC Association, to issue, distribute, promote and develop the ISIC Card in Pakistan. It has partnered with Bank Alfalah to bring this unique one of its kind debit card to the youth of Pakistan, offering them access to funds with countless benefits and discounts for their specialized educational and lifestyle needs both locally and internationally.

Atif Bajwa, CEO Bank Alfalah said on the occasion, “The youth of Pakistan represents 40% of our population, and it has emerged as a potential untapped customer segment that has unique needs and preferences; be it for education, travelling, dining or interest based activities. We are confident that this partnership will give us the advantage to be the first financial institution in Pakistan to not only recognize the emerging needs of the youth but also be fully equipped to offer them countless customized student benefits and service options along with readily accessible funds, locally and internationally through the recognized ISIC global outreach program menu that has been built over 50 years of insights into this particular segment.”

Qaiser Raza Sheikh, CEO Alive Asia said, “ISIC is very excited to have Bank Alfalah in Pakistan as their banking partner of choice. We are most excited about providing the youth of Pakistan access to over 41,000 discounts at over 126,000 locations worldwide and foresee our partnership with Bank Alfalah strengthening with time as we create and provide immense value for money to the students and youth of Pakistan”.

Sunday, 7 October 2012

6 Tools to Build a Mobile App on the Cheap

The massive growth of the app market has coincided with the creation of a parallel niche industry — the proliferation of accessible, low-cost development alternatives to traditional shops and agencies.
But not all brands — or industries altogether — require diverse, expansive functionality in their apps. In the same regard, a lean approach to launch can move a unique product to market in a mere matter of minutes. For these brands, the process going forward is much as the same is it is for high profile, heavily touted launches: engage with customers, build off their response and expand and iterate in due time.
As the mobile applications market moves toward $25 billion per year, according to a MarketsandMarkets report, non-traditional development opportunities are emerging in a number of forms. Programs now allow everyday consumers to build apps through HTML, drag-and-drop platforms, customize templates and simply drop an SDK. These services are on the rise, and they’re worthy tools to keep in your arsenal.
Below are six platforms carving out their space in the market.

Nokia ASHA series Success

Nokia, which is struggling with its smartphone sales, can take solace from the resounding success of Asha series.
Nokia is struggling with its Windows Phone smartphones, which have failed to capture the imagination of smartphone buyers.
Nokia and Microsoft are pinning their hopes on upcoming Windows Phone 8 devices. In the meantime Nokia is finally testing some success with its Asha series phones, which they hope will earn enough revenue to sustain them for smartphone battle.
Nokia Asha series
Nokia Asha series, especially its touch based Asha 305,306 and 311 with faster processor, browser and free music and applications, is winning the hearts of first time smartphone buyers. Such is the success of the series that Nokia boosted its share of the basic-phone market to 35 per cent last quarter, largely driven by sales in emerging markets likePakistan, India and China.

Microsoft developing its own phone?

There is news going on that now Microsoft will introduce its own  smart windows phone.Separate Reports on WPCentral and BGR claim that Microsoft is developing their own Windows phone. A recent report in China Times also alleges that Microsoft’s smartphone will launch under the 'Surface' brand in the first half of 2013.
WPCentral reports that they’ve been in touch with anonymous sources that are saying Microsoft has their own Windows Phone hardware in existence and is currently in its testing phases. Details such as hardware specifications, appearance and launch dates are unknown, but sources say that the phone’s design is 'unique' from current Windows Phone 8 hardware.
This news is surprising, to say the least, because Microsoft has strongly pushed Nokia, HTC and Samsung Windows Phones in recent months. A development like this could point out to a drop in confidence in its mobile partners.Recntly Microsoft has introduced LUMIA series in
corporation with Nokia Mobile. They have not been successful yet.In Dubai HTC 8X has been released.
The HTC 8X and Windows Phone 8 are certainly extremely zippy and fluid and you can see that Arabic is now built-in along with a host of other languages. Some of the other apps I managed to check out included Maps, Microsoft Office, camera and pictures as well as contacts and calendar. Typing was also pretty awesome of whatever little I did on the device.

Friday, 21 September 2012

WINDOWS 8 Developer Preview Available for Download Now

Microsoft unveiled about Windows 8 Developer Preview during Build Conference at Anaheim, California. The developer preview version of the new OS by Microsoft is now available for download.
There are two verions of new OS available for download, a 32-bit version or a 64-bit version for x86 machine. There is a good thing about the Developer Preview version, it does not require to be activated, but it is still far from a final version of the new Operating System, so if you are going install it for a try, expect bugs and glitches.
Windows 8 Developer Preview Download Resources

Apple Wins Patent Case against Samsung

A US federal jury in California determined this Friday that Samsung Electronics infringed six Apple Inc.'s patents for mobile devices and that Apple did not infringe any of the five patents on which Samsung had countersued.

According to this verdict the losing company will have to pay Apple $1.05 billion in damages.

Judge Lucy Koh, who presided over the four-week trial, scheduled a hearing next month to consider Apple's request to ban US sales of Samsung devices in which the patents are being infringed.

Facebook Shows in a Map the Amount of Friendships Between Countries

Due to the worldwide popularity of the social network, a good way to measure the link between two countries is by considering the amount of Facebook friendships between their populations. With this in mind, Facebook has published today an interactive map that deals with this issue.

The map allows viewers to click in a country and see the five nations that are more connected to it. Besides, at its lower part, there is a section called “A closer look,” that offers a selection of historical, economic, and linguistic reasons of the connection between certain countries.

In an analysis article below the map, researcher Mia Newmantells us that the strongest links binding these Facebook neighbors are immigration, trade, and the linguistic, cultural, and economic ties created by former colonizations.

How to Delete a Facebook Page Created by You

Want to delete a page you created on Facebook? This guide will show you how to do it.

Once you have logged in to Facebook, go to the Page you want to delete. You can do this by looking for it using the search box at the top of your page.

Once you are there, click on the “Edit Page” button located near the top right hand corner of the Page, and then, in the appearing menu, select the option that says “Manage Permissions.”Now, near the “Delete Page” label, click on the link that saysDelete [Name of the Page],” which is the one shown in the next image:

This will open a window in which you will have to click on “Delete Page” to confirm the action.

Once you have done this, the page will be deleted.

How to flash NOKIA PHONE using pheonix and navifirm

In this post I will describe the use of latest version of Phoenix to flash the phone (working or dead) with a custom (hacked) firmware (or the original firmware if required). This flashing is usually done in “Dead Phone USB” mode (because in this mode the phone remains switched off and get flashed peacefully (less probability of errors). Also this method works in all situations – normal flashing, dead/bricked phone or custom firmware flashing. Anyway, carefully read rest of the post.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

How to choose a good DOMAIN NAME

Below, I've listed 12 tips I find indispensable when helping people select a great domain name.

Brainstorm 5 Top Keywords

When you first begin your domain name search, it helps to have 5 terms or phrases in mind that best describe the domain you're seeking. Once you have this list, you can start to pair them or add prefixes & suffixes to create good domain ideas. For example, if you're launching a mortgage related domain, you might start with words like "mortage, finance, home equity, interest rate, house payment" then play around until you can find a good match.

Make the Domain Unique

Having your website confused with a popular site already owned by someone else is a recipe for disaster. Thus, I never choose domains that are simply the plural, hyphenated or misspelled version of an already established domain. I still believe that Flickr desperately needs to buy - I hear kids in their 20's tell parents in their 40's and 50's to see photos on Flickr and always envision that traffic going straight to the wrong domain.


Trick to get Welcome Voice Message during Logon on Windows 7 PC

1. Copy below mentioned code and paste in a notepad

Dim speaks, speechspeaks=”Hi MOBEEN, Welcome to your Computer”Set speech=CreateObject(“sapi.spvoice”)speech.Speak speaks

2. Save the file as .vbs file with any name of your choice, for example test.vbs file. 

How to Run any VBScript File (*.VBS) on Windows after EVery time You Boot

Kick off your VBScript script when your PC boots and keep it running 24/7 in the background - No login necesssary
To set up a VBScript file to run as a Windows Service with AlwaysUp 6.0 and later:
  1. Download and install AlwaysUp, if necessary.
  2. Start AlwaysUp.
  3. Select Application > Add to open the Add Application window:
    Add Application
  4. On the General tab:

Sunday, 16 September 2012

How to set domain name in blogger after buying

Most of my friends ask me about how to set domain after buying it .If you'd prefer not to have the * extension in the URL for your website, you can choose to use a Custom Domain. When you set up a custom domain, Blogger will continue to host your website, but visitors will be able to visit at your new .com, .org or .net address.

When using a custom domain for our site, we can also set up personalized email addresses and other services for free using Google Apps.

How to Host Your Own Website for Free

Today i am going to teach you how to host your website by your self .Free website hosting is a great option for a website with low traffic, such as a personal website, or for those of us who aren’t tech savvy and just want a free and easy way to put a website online. Here's how to get it done.there are two ways to host your website.

Method One: Free Third-Party Hosting

Below is a list of legitimate services, offering free website building and hosting. Most have a variety of professional themes to choose from or the option to customize a theme by changing colors, fonts, and images. Do an online search for specific advantages and limitations before deciding on the best option for you.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

How to to add a sticky Header with Opacity in Blogger

 This time I’ll be sharing a tutorial that teaches you how to add a sticky header.
The cool thing about their header is the opacity effect, which fades a bit once yourscroll down. So how do you apply it to your blog? Back up your template and then read the instructions below.
  1. On your Blogger dashboard, go to ‘Layout’ and then click on ‘Edit HTML
  2. Put check mark in the ‘Expand Widget Templates’ box
  3. By pressing ‘Ctrl+F’, look for the <head> tag in the code and then copy/paste the following code below it:

How to add scroll message on blogger TITLE BAR

Adding Scrolling Message on Blog Title & Browser Title bar are simple an easy steps.
First log in your account. Go to Design>>Edit HTML
Now Find this code below :

Above/befor this code Paste the below code:

<script type='text/javascript'> //<![CDATA[ msg = "Your Message goes here"; msg = " ....." + msg;pos = 0; function scrollMSG() { document.title = msg.substring(pos, msg.length) + msg.substring(0, pos); pos++; if (pos > msg.length) pos = 0 window.setTimeout("scrollMSG()",200); } scrollMSG(); //]]> <script> Put your Massage on "Your Message goes here" & Enjoy! the scrolling on taskbar & titlebar.

How to add "WELCOME MESSAGE" to blogger home page

Using this post , you can add welcome message to your blog.

1. Log in to blogger account and Go to Design >Edit HTML

2. Put checked marked in Expand Widget Templates

3. Find this tag by using Ctrl+F    ]]></b:skin>

4. Paste below code Before ]]></b:skin> tag


Nowadays, specially in Asia.Google has banned many adsense account due to many reasins. one of the probability for banning those accounts may be illegal contents or articles against  adsense policies.

Sometimes, Google AdSense rejects a site outright. This happens due to inadequate or inappropriate content mostly. And sometimes, Google AdSense accounts get disapproved or banned after approval. This could either be due to malicious behavior, such as click fraud, or it could be because the publisher added some inappropriate content that wasn't present at the time of approval. In any case, it is important that you know what exactly Google AdSense classifies as "inappropriate", so that you can stop publishing such content before even starting

How to get Tax certificate deduced from mobile cellular companies

We should know that tax is also collected by government from mobile users in the form of income tax . mobile  service providers(cellular companies) have tax deduction certificates published on their websites. In Pakistan  companies like ( ufone, zong,mobiling ,etc) provide the facility to get their certificate of tax from their related websites . This tax is know reduced  from income tax after  every year like from bills of electricity etc.Most of the people don't know this thing and they don't cut their tax  from mobiles.

how to add drop down sub menus

Why do you run after scripts such as jquery while you can use simple CSS and HTML to create beautiful drop down menus for your blog. I already shared a list of 30 Navigation menus and now you need to learn how to create a drop down menu in a navigation. I am sharing a simple code here that can be fully customize to make your preferred changes. So lets get to work!

How to add facebook "like" button to your site

Like this? Yes, "Like" this.
I want to offer a quick look inside the technology behind Facebook’s Open Graph initiative to show how easy it is to mark up your website and let Facebook users interact with it.
This is only a part of the broad Open Graph strategy the company announced at its 2010 F8 developer conference. (Read our full coverage of the keynote).


Over the years cricket has incorporated into the game a few of the technological advances available. There have been some rejections of technology, such as the use of aluminum cricket bats, but generally the ICC have been rightly cautious about making changes to the game that will impact the players and spectators. Here are discussions about a few of the technological innovations that are in cricket or are being discussed about being included.

Third Umpire

In international cricket, the third umpire has been used to supplement the role of the two umpires on the ground. The third umpire is equally qualified, and sits off the ground with access to TV replays of certain situations (such as disputed catches and boundaries) to advise the central umpires. The umpires out on the field are in communication via wireless technology with the other umpire. The third umpire is also asked to adjudicate on run out decisions, which he makes without consultation with the two central umpires.

Cricket Referrals

Cricket has joined some other sports and have played around with an umpire referral system. It was first trialed in 2008 (in a Test series between Sri Lanka and India). Unlike in tennis where the challenge and referral decision is clear cut using hawke-eye technology, the cricket referral is adjudicated by the third umpire, and is open to further errors. The actual way it works may change and develop, but when it was first brought in this is how it worked.
Players are allowed to challenge decisions made by the on-field umpires, and have them referred to the TV official. For each innings of the Test, each team can challenge any decisions, though they will be limited to three unsuccessful challenges per innings. Only the batsman on the receiving end of the umpire’s original decision or the captain of the fielding side can appeal by making a “T” sign with both forearms at shoulder height. The third umpire uses the technology of the hot spot and slow motion replays at different angles to gain information and make decisions.
It all sounds great for the players and viewers at home, but the pressure is on the umpires. In reality, the process takes too long and can distract from the game. When there are challenges left near the end of an innings, players tend to make frivolous challenges on the off chance of getting a decision overturned. So there are still problems that need to be ironed out, but a great step forward for cricket.

TV Technology

  • Hawkeye - A computer system first used in 2001 for showing the path of a cricket ball. It is a commonly used and indispensable tool for cricket commentators around the world to confirm the umpires decisions. Why not let the umpires see it too? 


The system was first used during a Test match between Pakistan and England at Lord's Cricket Ground, on 21 April 2001, in the TV coverage by Channel 4. Since then it has been an indispensable tool for cricket commentators around the world. It is used primarily by the majority of television networks to track the trajectory of balls in flight, mostly for analyzing leg before wicket decisions. In this case, Hawk-Eye is able to project the likely path of the ball forward, through the batsman's legs, to see if it would have hit the wicket. Currently this information is not used by the umpires to adjudicate on LBW decisions - it is only available to television viewers, although in the future it may be adopted by the third umpire. Currently the central umpire only get to see it once - and they have to make their minds up instantly.

The ball by ball tracking by the Hawk-Eye system allows the broadcasters to showcase many other features of the game, such as comparing the bowlers' speeds, spin, swing, line and length.


Although Hawkeye is very accurate in measuring the actual path of a ball, when it comes to predicting the future path of the ball, such as in LBW decisions, it is not as clear. If the ball is heading to the pitch, there's no way Hawk-eye can tell if a delivery is going to skid a bit more than normal or hit a crack, bit of grass, or worn patch of the pitch. The predicted path of the ball is based on the average and expected pathway.
  • Snick-o-Meter - a very sensitive microphone located in one of the stumps, which can pick up the sound when the ball nicks the bat. This technology is only used to give television audiences more information and to show if the ball did or did not actually hit the bat. Unfortunately the umpires does not get the benefit of seeing 'snicko'.


This technology is used in televised cricket matches to graphically show the video of the ball passing the bat at the same time the audio of any sounds at the time. It is only used to give the television audience more information and to show if the ball did or did not actually hit the bat. The umpires does not get the benefit of seeing 'snicko'.
As the ball passes the bat, there can be other noises that can be confused with the ball on bat noises. The bat often hits the pads on the way through, making a sound at the same time the ball passes the bat. The sound/sound wave is purpotedly different for bat-pad and bat-ball, but this is not always clear. The shape of the recorded soundwave is the key - a short sharp sound is associated with bat on ball. The bat hitting the pads or the ground produces a flatter sound wave.
Note that the umpire does not have the benefit of the snickometer, and must instead rely on his senses of sight and hearing, as well as his own personal judgement.

New Technology

Cricket is a sport steeped in tradition. Making changes to the rules that have been in place for a long time is not taken lightly. In addition to uses of technology that are discussed above, here are a couple more ideas
  • Give the umpires some feedback about whether a front foot no ball has been made. They could have some technology which gives the umpire a beeping sound if the bowler crosses the popping crease, like in tennis for let or fault calls. This will mean that the umpire does not need to be distracted and looking down as the bowler delivers the ball, and can focus on what the batsman does.
  • This has been trailed to some degree, but every batsman should be allowed to challenge a decision if he feels that he's got a wrong one, which can then be referred to the third umpire. Viewers at home get much more information than the umpire, which only makes the umpire look incompetent. Why not change the way things are done so that the right decision is made all the time.

How to add free toolbar to your blog

Many bloggers have taken advantage of the extra options they can provide to readers by adding a toolbar to their blogs.You may have seen the toolbars in question on some of your favorite blogs and wondered how to add a toolbar to your blog or what are the advantages of using a toolbar, in this post we will look at were to get a toolbar and the options offered by the two big sites that offer free toolbars.

What is Alexa Ranking, How Does It Affect You & How Do You Improve Your Ranking!? defines themselves as “the web information company,” but to webmasters and bloggers, they are so much more. Essentially, Alexa is a company that measures web traffic on almost every website on the internet through their increasingly popular toolbar plugin. This becomes an important element in leveraging your blog’s ranking as a sell point to advertisers, sponsors, buyers, readers and whoever else wants a piece of your material.

Sunday, 9 September 2012


I’ve picked up a few tips on how to flip a site.
How do you know if it’s time to sell?
  • You feel done for more than a few weeks. You’ll know it when you are. It’s more than just a rut.
  • You cannot keep up with the work load, and you can’t contract out the work load any more than you are already.
  • It’s no longer healthy for you or your family.
  • You feel as if you’ve grown your blog as far as you are able and that someone else could take it to the next level.