I love the timer setting on the camera and thanks to my iPhone holder, it makes doing photoshoots in my car THAT much easier. :)
I got mine on Amazon for free through a deal that my friend posted, tried to locate it for you but that was years ago so it’s not available anymore. But lucky for you, I found something very similar.
I use this to Facetime in my car during traffic with friends and to do my daily #QuestionoftheDay videos.
It’s sturdy and so practical for me. It’s def. used every day. :)
If you want to be able to take hands-free photos in your car, you need this in your life.
At first, I was embarrassed because it looks like I don’t have bluetooth in my vehicle and I need this, but this is just a holder and I don’t care anymore. Using it for Facetime in the ams with TA and in the evenings with JL and Jo, make it all worthwhile.
Every time I pick up Tyler or drop him off I drive by the neighborhood that we used to live. Coto de Caza. Tyler was born in Orange County and he was raised in the area for the first year and a half. It’s crazy to be there so often again because I’m reminded about how far I used to live! I can’t believe I lived so far 10 years ago and no wonder my parents never came to visit! Or my friends.
Eventually I would like to live in south OC again but I’m enjoying my career and LA lifestyle too much to think about it now. I’d have to NOT be working. :P
I was in my car dying from the heat because I was wearing black pants. I needed to change asap but I was on the freeway. I challenged myself to see if I could change into my shorts while driving. To my surprise, I was able to do it. Of course the road started to get a little congested so it was easier. I wouldn’t have been able to do it if I was going 80 mph. :)
The sun penetrating into my car was just so unbearable, I had to try.