I refuse to spend an outrageous amount of money for a decent vacuum. Refuse. So when I decided to begin shopping for a new vacuum I went to the store to see More »
I constantly feel stressed out as most of us do. Some days it’s because of work, other days it’s bills, and sometimes it’s the countless other responsibilities that I have. Sometimes it’s More »
I refuse to spend an outrageous amount of money for a decent vacuum. Refuse. So when I decided to begin shopping for a new vacuum I went to the store to see a vacuum in person. I wanted to get a good, hands on feel for the vacuum that would be cleaning my floors for the next several years. In my search I came across the Hoover WindTunnel T Series Rewind Plus. You can check out another video review for the Hoover WindTunnel below if you need further confirmation about it.
I am a regular user of super glue. I am clumsy, I have a giant 125 lb dog that does not realize that she is 125 lbs, and I have a toddler that is constantly pulling things off of any shelf she can reach. So when I saw the commercial for Five Second Fix (see below), I was cautiously interested. First off, if you haven’t seen the 5 Second Fix commercial it’s a little over the top for what essentially looks like super glue. The 5 Second Fix As Seen On Tv ad doesn’t refer to its product as super glue but instead touts it as a plastic welding kit. The ad claims that the product is extremely clean and easy to use. You apply the resin on the desired surface and “weld” it with the device’s UV light. The UV light acts as a hardening agent when it comes into contact with the liquid glass block sealer compound.
I constantly feel stressed out as most of us do. Some days it’s because of work, other days it’s bills, and sometimes it’s the countless other responsibilities that I have. Sometimes it’s all of the above! So I do look for activities to help me unwind a bit. The thing is, I don’t have a lot of time or a lot of money. I discovered that adult coloring books such as the Colorama coloring book really help our relieving stress.
I have long waited for my chance to implement very own Hal 9000 (from the movie 2001: A Space Oddity), or wanted to be like Captain Picard on the Star Trek Enterprise interacting with a computer as if it were a human counterpart. Others have tried (See Apple’s Siri) but ultimately failed to provide the experience I was looking for. Is it too much to ask to be in my kitchen cooking and shout out a song or artist that I want to hear and have it instantly cue up? Or to walk in my home with my hands full and tell the lights to come on? Or how about to sit on my couch and tell my air thermostat to turn down a few degrees because I’m feeling too hot? I didn’t think it was an outrageous request either. Then, I heard about the Amazon Echo. This Amazon Echo review will examine the device in greater depth to help you determine if you should purchase it.
I’ve been saying that this time I want to seriously commit to changing my diet for the better for a long time now, ever since the last New Year’s Eve resolutions. My plan was to quit eating so many processed foods and start incorporating more fresh fruits and vegetables into my diet by cooking more at home: just some simple fresh stuff, nothing complicated. The problem was that I like this kind of food enough to eat it, but I simply abhor all that time wasted in the kitchen, chopping and cutting and slicing and dicing. I did it a couple of time until my fingers got raw, and didn’t feel more enriched by the experience or anything.
That’s why when I first saw the TV ad for the One Second Slicer, I began to feel hopeful that this might at last be the product I was waiting for to finally make my life easier. I ordered mine at the end of May and have been using it ever since, much to my relief and delight, since it works just as well as advertised. I really don’t have any kind of complaint to make about it – even the money guarantee is solid, so I’m as pleased as possible with it.
Are you curious about the latest pain relief orthotic inserts, Walkfit? I sure was. As soon as I heard about them from a friend who is really into jogging, I knew I had to try them out. I read about it online at first. And, after reading other WalkFit reviews and trying it out for myself, I discovered some interesting things about this remarkable product. To put it simply, the Walkfit insoles are perhaps one of the best things that happened to me in terms of my overall health and fitness; even though I fail to jog as often as I should, I am prone to back pain and joint pain a few times a week from my average run (along with typical day to day work sitting at the office).
Imagine how pleased I was to discover that the custom orthotics from Walkfit can solve my problem. All I had to do was put the little gel insoles into my shoes every time I put them on. Since my back problems were usually aggravated by sitting at the desk, I didn’t just wear the gel inserts when jogging, but simply every day, even at the office, and couldn’t be more pleased with the results. In short, my problems were solved and I will now describe what the whole deal is with the Walkfit orthotics.
As we use cars in our daily errands and on the occasional out of the ordinary trip, the range of things we need to keep close while driving also increased. From a drink cup or two (if, for example, you need a cup of coffee but also water or another refreshing drink) to keys, headsets, mobile phone, maybe even a tablet or other gadgets and so on, the list grows ever larger. In order to keep up with everything we need to have close as the car tends to become a second home, car accessory organizers such as the Car Valet have become more and more a necessity, but there still aren’t that many of them on the market. This is why I decided to try out the Car Valet As Seen on TV for myself and see if this cup holder insert is as good as promised.
As a man, I honestly never thought that I would need a pouch purse or any kind of purse holder for my car. I never really thought that a manbag was, well, very manly at all, let alone a car purse holder. I usually just grab my stuff in my arms when I walk out of the house in the morning and then sprawl them on the back seat of my car. I might not be the most organized person in the world, but I usually (I admit, not all the time) know where everything is. I never realized until recently just how much stuff I had to carry around with me all day and how much they can become a pain in the rear in my car. That’s when I learned that I need a product like the purse pouch.
It doesn’t exactly happen all the time, but when it does, it’s cause for celebration. You probably know what we’re talking about: some As Seen on TV products simply seem too good to be true. They make a lot of promises, in terms of both affordability and efficiency. And, then, they fail to follow through on these promises due to shoddy design or high pricing compared to other competing products on the market. Well, I’m here to tell you that this is definitely not the case with the Bit 360 multi bit screwdriver. Check out today’s Bit 360 review, for an unbiased, albeit enthusiastic overview of this modular screwdriver which comes complete with a full screwdriver bit set. I’m basically convinced you’ll want to own one too once you’re done reading.
I have been trying for years and years to get a good lawn. I’ve tried everything, from different types of grass to using professional lawn services. Despite repeated efforts, I was never quite happy with the way my lawn looked. I was sure it wasn’t the fault of the climate or of the local soil, either, as most of my neighbors managed to maintain perfectly presentable lawns, making mine feel even more inadequate. Last year, however, I decided to try the QuickLawn Grass Seed, despite being half-sure that my lawn is forever cursed to remain barren.
The QuickLawn reviews were mostly positive and I thought that might as well try it, since it can at least do no harm. To my great surprise, not only did it work, but it worked without any sort of extra effort on my part. I merely had to drop the seeds unto the ground and make sure they got plenty of water and in an unexpectedly short amount of time, out came the best lawn I have ever had. It was by no means perfect and I suspect that you should probably use a bit more seeds per square foot than the instructions imply if you want a full and evenly spread distribution of the grass, but it was by far the most successful grass experience in the history of my household. It should be noted as well that I used a minimum of organic fertilizer on the land, just as much as I use for my potted plants. Additionally, because I live in an area that is often plagued by acid rain, everybody in town is advised to lye the ground, as a way of countering its effects. While that might not be the case in your area of residence, I do lye my entire garden and am unable to say what effect, if any, that had on my QuickLawn success story.
Several QuickLawn Grass Seed reviews mentioned that after an initial promising result, the lawn thinned out considerably and quite quickly too, but that was simply not the case in my front yard. It lasted for almost the entire year, until it was covered by snow. The seed mix being mostly comprised of annual species, I did it again this year, quite late unfortunately, and am now waiting to see the results that should become apparent in a few days or so. If anything, writing this QuickLawn Grass Seed review is a way of dealing with the anticipation.