TommyLog – Find Common Ground!

10 Nov
November 10, 2016

Hey Kids it’s Dad, and for today’s TommyLog I want to talk about the 2016 election. Talking politics tears families apart, tears friends apart, and does absolutely no good. Social media has become a minefield. It is just horrible what is happening!!

The election is over!

We need to find common ground!

We need to spend more time serving others and trying to solve problems. Everybody has an opinion, but few get swayed by the arguments that are going on. It’s crazy. We have a brand-new President elect. Whether you like it or not that office deserves our respect. We need to line up behind him and make sure that he is successful. I want him to fail just about as much as I want the pilot of my plane to crash land. We need to succeed. We need to succeed together.

The only way we can do it is to find common ground!

TommyLog – VOTE! With Dad and Drew

08 Nov
November 8, 2016
Hey Kids it’s Tommy, and for today’s TommyLog i’m joined by my great buddy Drew. Drew has had a fever so today he stayed home. Today we had a civics lesson. Drew got to go vote with his Dad. So on this election day Drew and I talk about the voting process and get the take of a 7 year old.
Whatever you do, wherever you are, make your vote count. Go out and vote today!

TommyLog TECH – The Big Switch to Verizon! #VZWBuzz #AD

08 Nov
November 8, 2016

Hey Kids it’s Tommy, and for today’s TommyLog TECH I want to talk to you about the big switch in the Clifford household. For many years the Clifford’s was on a family plan with another carrier. My relationship with Verizon sure opened up my eyes to what I was missing.

I was always leery and fearful of moving carriers. The thought of having downtime or added charges always scared me. Verizon helped put my mind at ease.

I have always had a single personal line with Verizon, but needed my family to join us. I had lease agreements with my previous carrier so I thought the whole process of moving and buying back phones -the whole thing would just be a big, big nightmare. Verizon made it easy!

I even called Verizon a few days before the switch to make sure I did my homework properly and they took the best care of me. They even offered to call me on the day the new iPhone came out as that’s when I wanted to make the switch. The new iPhone 7 is what I wanted and that’s with the Clifford family got. As soon as my new phones arrived, we turn them on in our phone numbers were immediately ported over to the Verizon network. No issues! No hiccups! No Pain! Then I took my old phones to Verizon filled out some paperwork and they accepted them for a $650 each credit towards my bill. Nobody can complain about that. It was just so easy!

Not only did I move to a better network, but I got more data and I’m saving about $70 a month by merging my personal with my family plans. I am so happy I made the switch.

Switching to Verizon is 100% Tommy approved!

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[DISCLAIMER — I’m one of the cool kids who has been asked to play with and test technology for Verizon. They asked me to test and share my thoughts. All my words are original and my own.]


Tommylog – Talking Politics with Emma & Drew

28 Oct
October 28, 2016

Hey kids it’s Dad, and for today’s TommyLog I’m joined by Emma and Drew. Today we talk about politics. Not politics like you see in the news, debates or on social media, but politics through the eyes of children. Children don’t get emotional about these types of topics. Politics simply brings out the worst in people.

Children call things like they see them. We need to all be much more like a child when it comes to these types of things.

TommyLog – It’s All About the People! #SITSum

21 Oct
October 21, 2016

Hey Kids it’s dad, and for today’s TommyLog I want to continue my discussion about the Social media Influencer and Travel SUMmit #SITSum that I attended last week hosted by the Atlanta convention and visitors Bureau. I met so many amazing people. Life-changing people. People who made me smile and laugh. We learned a lot about of Atlanta. But that was really second nature.

Lifelong friendships were formed!! How does that happen in a long weekend? I haven’t got the slightest idea. But you put people together that are business minded, that are fun, that are willing to make risks. This is where the magic happens! It’s kind of like ingredients in your grandma’s chocolate chip cookies. Bring them all together and you get amazing things – – leave out something. And it’s a flop.

Thank you to all my brand-new friends. You have made an impression that will last forever. You are awesome.

Kids it’s all about the people. Never forget that.