Marital Squabbles and a myCharge Giveaway

myCharge Giveaway

All couples have those few consistent battlegrounds. In some households, it’s socks on the living room floor, and for others it’s whether or not putting dirty dishes in the sink means the dishes are “done.” Some husbands think the bed doesn’t need to be made, because “it’s going to get messed up in a few hours anyway,” and some wives let clean clothes sit in the basket so long the t-shirts have wrinkles as deep as the Grand Canyon.

In our house, we fight over all of those things, but our biggest battle is over the phone charger.

Every night, after the kids are in bed, we have the same conversation.

Me: “Will you plug my phone in, please?”

Husband: “Mine’s charging already.”

Me: “What’s your battery percent?”

Him: “It’s low.”

Me: “Lower than 4%?”

Him: *Grumbles as he unplugs his phone and plugs mine in.*

You may be wondering, “Amy, why don’t you use different chargers?” and the answer is, I DON’T KNOW WHY. We have more than one charger, but I don’t know where they are, and anyway the charger we fight over is in the living room so no one has to get up, and we are truly the laziest of people.

You know what would be nice? A phone charger that didn’t need to be connected to the wall. Portable chargers are awesome for folks on the go, like parents, travelers, and people who have a life outside of binge watching Netflix with their cats. Portable chargers are also great for moms who like to lie on the couch after the kids go to bed and don’t want to get up to plug phones into chargers.

Sounds good, right?

Probably the best thing about portable chargers is that you never have to experience that dread of a red battery when you’re out and about. Low phone batteries make me twitchy. What if the school calls? What if one of my two pregnant sisters-in-law go into labor? What if the friends we’re meeting at the park have to cancel at the last minute? What if I’m at Target and I want to see if something is less expensive on Amazon? A dead phone battery is no bueno, and myCharge understands that.

To keep you charged and connected myCharge is giving 3 lucky winners each an iPad mini with a myCharge HUB 6000 portable charger! The amazingly compact Hub 6000 features built-in cables and connectors for smartphones, tablets, e-readers and more. Get up to 27 hours of additional talk time for your devices, as well as integrated, quick-charge wall prongs. The Hub series is commonly known as the “Swiss Army Knife of portable power devices.

myCharge HUB6000

 

Additionally, 40 winners will each receive an Energy Shot compact portable charger for their smartphones that delivers an additional boost when you need it most. They come in a variety of styles and can give you up to 10 hours of talk time! (Please note, smart phone not included in giveaway).

 

myCharge Energy Shot

So moms, stay out of the red this school year! myCharge is here to keep you charged and connected, and in situations like ours, may save a marriage. For more information on products visit the myCharge website or follow them on Facebook. You can find myCharge products available at retailers such as Target and Kohl’s.

Fill out the entry form below September 15, 2014 – October 15, 2014 for your chance to be one of 40 winners to receive an Energy Shot Charger (10 winners randomly selected each week) and one of 3 grand prize winners randomly selected on October 15, 2014 to receive one iPad Mini with a myCharge HUB 6000 portable charger. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age or older, must live in the United States and have a valid shipping address. See giveaway form for complete list of rules and details.

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This is a sponsored post from myCharge, but the panic I feel when my phone battery is in the red is all my own.

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