Product Review: Secret Outlast Clear

I recently got a free sample of Secret’s new “Outlast Clear” deodorant from as a member of One2One Network.  I am rather picky with my deodorant and normally wear clinical strength, but I figured I would give it a try.  I was not a fan of the “active fresh” scent and I also seemed to get a defective stick that had a sticker that covers the top inside as well.  Fortunately I was able to work around this and get the deodorant to come out.  Aside from the scent I liked how it worked and kept me protected and dry throughout the day (even in an office that can often feel like a sauna.)  I would certainly try this product again – assuming it had a scent that was more to my liking.

Product Review: Pop Chart Lab Print

My Dad’s birthday just passed, and I always have trouble trying to find something unique to get him. However, this year I think I knocked it out of the park with a poster print from Pop Chart Lab.

In 2010 a book editor and a graphic designer joined forces to render all human experiences in chart form. They have made infographical treatments of beer, culinary tools, hip-hop, and dozens more.  Now they’ve expanded and have a small team of researchers, designers and soldiers and continue to assemble, sit, cull and arrange massive amounts of cultural data into meaningful works of art and information.

I received the “Visual compendium of baseball jerseys” print in a poster size of 24×36. The poster features 121 hand-drawn uniforms from 1869 to current and also serves as a visual record of fashion trends in baseball over the past 150 years. Posters are printed on 100 lb archival stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, pressed on an offset lithographic press with vegetable-based inks.

I received a free product in exchange for this honest review.

Book Review: Terry Treetop and The Bear

terrytreetopThis is another book with Terry Treetop – the boy who got his name because he likes to climb to the top of trees and look around. In this book, it is the first day of Spring and Terry is very happy about that. He sees a bear cub walking around and then sees that it got stuck in a hole. Terry decided to go and find a ladder to help the bear get out. The cub’s mother was nervous about Terry because he was a human but realized that it was him who saved the cub and that children can be trusted. Terry ended up naming the cub Barry Treetop because he likes to climb trees, just like Terry!

International Best Seller children author Tali Carmi has a new book :
Terry Treetop and the Little BearBook Description :
Want to take your kids on a spring adventure?
“March 21, the first day of spring!Wonderful things this day will bring.”
In this book, Terry Treetop is about to play with a little bear that came into his back yard, when the bear’s mother calls him back to the woods. But something went wrong and the little bear was in danger.
Will Terry be able to save the little bear?
Will they play together after all?
This beginner reader’s eBook, the 5th in the Terry Treetop best sellers series, will teach your child about the signs of spring, and bears that leave their den in this season.
Your kids will enjoy full-color illustrations of Terry and the bear cub. This book is written especially for you and your kids aged 2- 8, with simple text and 17 colorful illustrations.
The story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for beginner readers.

Product Review: 7-Port USB Hub

If you’re like me – you probably have a lot of gadgets on your desk and things that you need plugged into your computer at any given time – but you may not always have enough USB ports.  I have 3 ports on the front of my computer – but 2 are just above my CD drive and I can’t open the drive if I have 2 things plugged in so I am always unplugging and rearranging things.  I probably have some more plugs in the back of my computer tower – but I can’t exactly easily reach or see them so I tend to ignore the fact that they are there.  Now instead of needing to shuffle everything around – I have enough room for everything and then some with my new USB 3.0 7-Port Hub.

Easily add 7 Super Speed USB 3.0 ports with up to 5Gbps transfer rates depending on your computer or laptop. Ports indicate with LED lights. Built-in Overvoltage/Over-current/Leakage/Short Circuit protection module. Supports Plug & Play and Hot Swaps.  Guaranteed Safety: UL certified design, industry grade materials and premium circuitry ensure superior performance and reliability.

The only “problem” I had with this, which isn’t really a problem is that the power plug is so heavy it kind of pulls at the ports so that it doesn’t lay flat on top of my computer tower like I would like.  It doesn’t affect how it works at all though and is a minor complaint. I’ll have to either find a new spot to house it or figure something else out if I want it to lay flat.

The 7-Port USB Hub can be purchased on Amazon for $24.95

I received a free item in exchange for this honest review.

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