Monday, October 16, 2017

#FitMotion Finger Exercisers review (Tomoson)

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I received Fit Motion Finger Exercisers, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The exercisers comes in a set of three, ranging from light (pink), medium (green), and heavy (purple) strength. The light is for beginners and injured hands. The medium is for daily strenghtening. The heavy is for muscle toning.

I wanted the exercisers for anxiety because my kids drive me nuts. Last week was a bad week in special needs land. I had four strikes against me before the week ended. Brad had some behavior problems in church. I came down with a bad cold. My babysitter/niece completely pulled out on me, when I needed her. Finally, Aunt Flo showed up two weeks after her last visit. I was/am still stressed and sick.

I had issues at first with them, until I realized I was using them wrong. The thumb hole is the biggest hole. Then I put the exercisers on the other fingers, which made the exerciser a lot easier to manage/use. I had it for a few days and I am loving the massagers. The material is made from a type of rubber.

You can purchase the exercisers using the link above. The exercisers are prime-eligible.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

#PlantersChoice Bonsai Starter Kit Review (Tomoson)

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I received Planter's Choice Bonsai Starter Kit, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The kit comes with biodegradable pots, expanding soil pods, seeds, identification tags, trimmers, and instructions.

I wanted to grow a bonsai because it is low maintenance, even if I don't have a green thumb. Bonsais are great for indoor and outdoor gardening, which is perfect because I barely use my patio.

You have to soak the seeds and soil, according to the instructions. When soaking the soil, if you have highly active, nosy, children, keep the soil away from them. I left the soil in the bathroom. Kalen got a hold of it. My soil went from pallets to crumbly soil, which I still used.

The kit comes with 4 types of seeds. The seeds include Rocky Mountain Bristlecone Pine, Black Poui, Norway Spruce, and Flame Tree. Each seed comes in its own container, with the type of each tree printed on top.

Each seed also has an identifying tag, to stick in the soil. I found it easier to soak the seeds, before removing them from the container. This way I can soak, plant, and tag easily.

The kit was easy to use. I just followed the instructions. I don't have any growth yet to show, but hopefully one day.

You can purchase the kit on Amazon using the link above. The kit is prime-eligible.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Multipurpose Cable Clips Review (Tomoson)

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I recieved Multipurpose cable clips, in exchange for honest review. The clips came in a pack of two. I wanted the clips to organize my cords underneath the table and desk. Some of my charging cables and speaker cables are super long and get tangled up underneath my furniture. I hate untangling cable cords. Many times, the surge, cords, and night light, gets knocked completely out of the socket.

The cable clips are a perfect fit for anyone, looking to organize their electronic cords.

Each clip has an adhesive backing to secure to the walls or other furniture. You also can organize cords in your car. This would work wonders for my mother, who has her charging cables going all over the passenger seat and console.

Each clip has five slots to slide your electronic cords through. So far, the clips have held up well and have not fell off the wall.

 You can purchase the clips, using the link above. The clips are prime-eligible.