Monday, February 17, 2014

Favorite Apps

Here are some of my favorite free smart phone apps:

TuneIn- Allows you to listen to radio stations from all over the world.         
Spotify- Allows you to listen to just about any CD or track out there for free, with the addition of commercials (without commercials is Spotify Premium which is $9.99 a month). *account necessary
Pixlr Express- An easy to use photo editor that provides plenty of options and tools to make your photos presentable.
Quizlet- A great studying app that is based off of flashcards that you can make online. *account necessary
CNN- Keeps you up to date with the news.  It also sends informative news notifications.
Kik- Social app that allows you to communicate through messaging as well as using other apps within it.
YouTube-  A simpler way to access YouTube instead of having to go through the internet.
Vevo- Great way to get official music video content in high quality.                                              
Bloglovin'- This app allows you to subscribe to blogs and receive their latest posts , INCLUDING MONIQUE’S MEDLEY! *account necessary To follow me within the app, click on the icon to the right of my blog (the web version), or you can type in my url ( in the search box within the app.

*FYI: you can also follow Monique’s Medley by email; there is a place to submit it at the right panel of the web version of my blog.     



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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Lunch on Mills

Orlando always has quaint, little places to eat, but sometimes it takes a little effort to search for them. 

Being the inquisitive person that my father is, he found a cute cafe buried between a plethora of houses called 903 Mills Market.

 The ambiance at 903 Mills Market is top notch.  Its outside patio has a very calming, relaxing atmosphere. It’s a great place to have a Sunday brunch with your girlfriends. 

The menu consists of mostly deli items (salads, sandwiches, etc., as well as breakfast items).  The place is also known for its wide selection of beer and wine.  


Genoa salami, ham, provolone, lettuce, tomato, onion mayo, and olive tapenade on a roll. $7.99

I had their Italian specialty sandwich.

I didn’t really enjoy the sandwich as much as I thought I would have, but that wouldn’t stop me from going to 903 Mills Market again.  I caught a glimpse of their salads, and they looked scrumptious!

The surrounding atmosphere was also very nice.

 *If you have been to 903 Mills Market and have any suggestions on what I should order next time, please comment below : )