Product Review: Sunsella Bento Style Plastic Lunch Boxes

Lately I’ve been taking lunch to work more and more and have been having trouble trying to figure out how to transport it to work safely. Then I was introduced to Sunsella Bento Style Plastic Lunch Boxes.
These boxes come with 4 different colored lids so if you want to make sure your family members grab the right lunch in the morning you can assign colors to them. These boxes make it easy to plan your lunches in advance, get them packed and stack them in the fridge until it is time to go to work.  The boxes are dishwasher save and one size fits all – can be used for adults or children’s lunches.
Each box has 3 compartments so you don’t have to worry about food mixing in the container – easily fit your meal and a snack inside. Boxes are BPA free, phthalate free and lead free. These boxes have been tested to ensure they meet strict FDA standards and are safe for your family.
In addition to being used a lunch boxes you can use them to serve dips & appetizers, take them on the go on a road trip and fill them with snacks, store baby food in the freezer (the boxes stack to take up less room!), store snacks or candy, freeze leftovers, take them on a picnic OR use them for reasons unrelated to food such as arts and craft supply storage or to separate legos or other small toys!
These boxes are NOT leakproof, so keep that in mind when packing them. They are microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe. They can be stacked to take up less room when storing them.
Dimensions: Length 9.5 x width 6.2 x height 2.2 inches – 1st compartment: 3 1/2 cups, 2nd compartment: 1 1/3 cups, 3rd compartment: 1 cup.

1. Buddy Box’s are not leakproof, therefore, be very careful when using to store liquids
2. Store upright where possible, for added security a rubber band can be used to secure lid
3. Baking paper or plastic wrap can be placed under lid to help protect against spills
4. Leave corner open when in microwave to allow steam to vent
5. Leave room for expansion in freezer and allow food to thaw slightly before removing lid

I received a free product in exchange for this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

Product Review: Mighty Plugs: World’s Finest Ear Plugs

Recently I got the chance to try out Mighty Plugs, the “World’s Finest” Ear Plugs. I decided to truly get an idea of how they worked, they needed to be used at the NKOTB concert I went to.  These ear plugs are different than all the other ones I have used in the past because they are moldable. They are not made of foam and silicone like all the others I have tried, instead they are made from natural ingredients: pure beeswax, sterile cotton and purified lanolin.

All you need to do is open your ear plug package and play with them in between your thumb and forefinger for a bit to get them ready to form to your ear. If you are using them for a child, you can pinch off the amount that you need in order to make a smaller earplug. (This works for adults with smaller ear canals as well) and you’re not stuck with the “one size fits most” like the other ear plugs out there.

When you put the ear plug in your ear, it creates a seal. These can be used to block noise and to block water from your ears when swimming too! (Though I have yet to try them for this purpose.) They are also reusable and each pair can be used 30-35 times or even more and they last for years.

I did have some trouble getting a good seal with my left ear, but my right ear I had no problem with. After re-working the plug I finally got a good seal in both ears. I wore the earplugs for Nelly and at first I thought that they were distorting the sound, but once I removed the ear plugs to do a quick comparison I realized that the sound was distorted with or without the ear plugs.  The plugs really helped drown out all the screaming around me, but I was able to hear the performers on stage just as well (though a bit quieter) as I could without the earplugs in.
My only concern with these plugs is how to clean them if I drop them. With my other plugs I could just wipe them in my shirt if I had no other choice, but I’m not sure if these plugs would pick up on the fuzz from my shirt or not. (I didn’t drop them so I didn’t have to worry about cleaning them but it is bound to happen at some point!)
I received a free pair of earplugs to try out in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

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