Staying Stylishly Connected With Google Wifi
Sponsored by Google Wifi
I’ll be the first to admit it: I’m very much attached to my technology. Don’t get me wrong, I can unplug when I need to, but for the most part I not only rely on technology for work, like blogging, photo editing, etc., but I actually really enjoy all the ways it benefits me in my off-duty time at home — which these days seems especially precious! That said, it’s important that my house helps me get all of the above done, so dead zones just aren’t going to cut it. And now I don’t have to worry about them, because my Google Wifi makes sure I’m connected to the Internet no matter what part of the house I’m in.
Google Wifi takes the place of your router, and it was designed to handle multiple devices, which means that even with all my multitasking, I won’t lose my connection. Depending on the size of your home, you can place one, two, or three of these little guys to help you have a strong signal no matter where you set foot. In my 2100 square feet home, I’ve set up three, so that whether I need the Wi-Fi to watch my favorite shows (currently Insecure and Westworld, by the way) in the living room, dancing around to music while I’m whipping something up in the kitchen, or using my Google Home to help me control my thermostat, I won’t lose service.
And the speed and efficiency aren’t the only reasons Google Wifi is a major upgrade from my old router; it’s also far more stylish, and I know y’all creatives are all about stylish gear! These sleek, modern little gadgets are practically invisible amid the rest of my décor, so wherever they’re perched in my home, they won’t be cramping my style. Making my home smarter without compromising design? Google Wifi totally gets me.