Trista Sutter Talks Tech and The Bachelor

 

Trista’s phone screensaver photo from their recent trip to Disneyland

The Hot Moms Club and Life360 catches up with  Trista Sutter, the original Bachelorette. 

HMC: What is/are your favorite smartphone application/ game or guilty pleasure?  

Trista: Because I am always on it “Twitter”.  I started my obsession because I wanted to keep far-away family in the know with what the kids were up to, but now, on top of that, I love interacting with my fans and using it to learn about the world (I rarely have my TV on except for Dora or The Bachelor!).  

HMC: What photo do you currently have as your screensaver?  

Trista-I’m a self-confessed picture freak, so it’s hard for me to choose, but after a recent visit to Disney World for the first time, my choice was easy.  This was one of our favorite moments there… 

HMC-On a scale of 1-10, 10 being the best, what would you rank your tech savviness?  

Trista: I definitely am not an expert, but I get by.  I’d say I’m an 8, although I’m sure my husband would say that I’m closer to a 6!  🙂

HMC:  What is the longest time you have gone without your smartphone, what is the longest amount of time you think you could or couldn’t go.  

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7 thoughts on “Trista Sutter Talks Tech and The Bachelor”

  1. Yay! I love Trista! I am happy to hear she is so into philanthropy.

    I have to say though…Courtney is kind of growing on me. This season of the Bachelor is ridiculous, in a boring way. Does that make any sense? However, Courtney is starting to win me over. Ever since she went topless in native South American garb- I thought that was pretty cool. Do I think she is going to make it to old age with Ben? No way….but for now she’s entertaining.

  2. Love your candid interview of Trista.I love how she rated her tech savviness.

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