PowerUp 3.0 Keeps Paper Airplanes in Flight

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Here comes the airplane!  Open wide…mom used to say. Now that you can certainly feed yourself (and those of you who struggle, you know who you are, grow up and eat your vegetables already) you can now play with airplanes from your phone with a freakin cool new app. Build the paper airplane anyway you want, attach a genius PowerUp 3.0 gadget to its body, and set it on course for a safe flight. It’s constructed of a sturdy carbon fiber frame and has a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 10 minutes of play. Just tilt your iPhone to turn the plane’s direction. The app is simple to use and loads of fun. Preorder through Kickstarter

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Allison

Allison Parker is a proud stay at home mom maintaining a full schedule kissing boo boos and passing out hugs just because. Her days many times are spent between the garden and the kitchen. From a journey of learning whole food eating habits, she's taken on the challenges of baking bread, muffins and cakes from scratch and filling the cellar shelves with scores of her own canned goods each year. Writing is one of those things she does because its part of who she is. That and it's a nice break from the never ending work that comes with raising a family.

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