SoapSox Bath Scrub: Hunter The Gator Review & Giveaway
When I was young I loved bathes, and I loved playing in the bathtub. I would pretend that my toys were a town, and the washcloth was an evil blanket meant to cover the world from the sun. I started this like with an imagination, and as I aged and got older my imagination changed but the fun of bath time did not.
A couple of years ago I was watching Shark Tank, as I often do, and saw these super cute character wash cloths for kids. My first thought at the time was that I wish they had those when I was a kid and wondered why it had taken to long to bring something like this to market. Since that day I have not forgotten about that company, and when I recently received an opportunity to get a SoapSox for myself, I was excited.
When I was young we adopted a dog and while I tired puppy raising I was young and did not know what I was doing. I had little guidance, and due to my age, I was practically being raised with my puppy.
As pet guardians, we want to do the best for our pets and give them the best life we can. The downside is that we do not speak puppy and knowing what they need or want at each stage of their lives can be difficult.
As regular readers know, we are Shark Tank fans, and last year I saw a company featured that focuses on that special time in your puppies life. The PupBox Subscription Box is a monthly box tailored to the age and developmental stage your puppy is at.
IllumiBowl: Motion Activated Toilet Night Light Review and Giveaway
As I have aged, I have discovered that I wake up more often in the night to use the restroom. At night, our house gets dark and often times lights are needed to walk around.
We have strategically placed night lights throughout my path to the bathroom and, if I am speaking honestly, even those can not assist me on my most tired nights.
Often times I get caught watching reruns of my favorite shows, and it was on one of these reruns I saw a colorful solution to this nightly problem. The IllumiBowl caught my attention to from the color to the simplicity.
There are many advantages to living on the coast, but the one disadvantage is parking. Where we live each resident is allocated one spot that may or may not be in front of your house, depending on the spots numbering. What this means is that if you are a two car household, one person will be parking on the well-traveled and always busy 101.
The most difficult part of this parking situation is when you have items to carry to be brought home. Unless there is a way to carry multiple items, most times a walk down is necessary, as well as repeated a couple of times.
Given that this walk is uphill on the way back (the time when the items are the heaviest), I am always looking for an easier way to carry the items I will need while keeping my carrying load low. When I was recently watching my normal Friday night shows, I saw a potential solution – Smart Cart.