This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Best Buy and Google Chromecast. However, all opinions expressed are my own.
As we draw closer to the end of the year I feel the need to evaluate everything in my life, even more so than past years. I want to say that it is me becoming more aware of the matters of my heart since those are the things that matter most. It’s also a combination of the lessons learned from my year of successes, challenges, opportunities, and epic fails. I want to be a better wife, mom, family member, friend and entrepreneur. One of my more immediate goals happens to be saving money. Yup, I want to be a better steward over my resources.
I am looking for ways to cut my expenses and save in both my business and personal life. Like many of you, I have been a cable subscriber for YEARS. When all the streaming options became available, I was still like…nope, I am going to keep my cable. I have cut my cable down to basic cable to save money but I am starting to rethink this cable thing to really save.
I was recently introduced to the Google Chromecast and I was so impressed initially by the $35 cost. As I read more about it, I thought this is a great option for finally cutting my cable and lowering my in-home entertainment budget.
The Google Chromecast is a simple and inexpensive way to stream content directly to your television. You plug Chromecast into the HDMI port on our television and stream your favorite shows from your phone without interrupting your phone service. Chromecast connects to more than 2000 apps from HBO NOW to Netflix, YouTube and YouTube TV.
What I love most besides the price is the handsfree voice control. Just say what you want to watch, and Google Home and Chromecast works together to operate your TV. Nice right? I know it’s super convenient and reasonably priced…so I am going to give it a try.
Again, one of my goals is to save money and thanks to Google Chromecast I can do that by eliminating my monthly cable bill. Have you tried streaming options for in-home entertainment? I would love to hear about your experiences. If not, look at the Chromecast as an option.