Saturday, January 6, 2018

Alana Mitchell Travel Foam Cleanser Sponge (review)

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I received Alana Mitchell's travel foam cleanser sponge, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson.

The sponge can be used for an exfoliant, a cleaner, or a mask. The sponge contains Aloe, kaolin,  and vitamin e..

The sponge contains foam, which is activated by water. You can use the sponge to clean your face for a quick clean or leave the foam on your face for 10 minutes for a deeper clean.

The sponge removed a lot of dirt after the first use. I been using the sponge this week and I am impressed with the results. I wish the sponge was a bit bigger though but it did clean my face well. I used the sponge as a mask first. My face was brighter. The sponge also had a nice layer of dirt, removed as well.

The sponge is disposable after a few uses.

You can purchase the product, using the link above.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

The Terry Treetop Collection Book Review (Tomoson)

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I read The Terry Treetop Collection, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The book was written by Tali Carmi and illustrated by Mindy Liang. I received the e-books.

I have read and reviewed Terry Treetop books before. The books have great illustrations and easy-to-read text. The storylines are simple and easy to understand. I wanted the books to "read" to Kalen,

Kalen is one of those kids, who want you to read to him, but doesn't care for what the actual words. He loves the pictures and wants to identify things in the pictures. He flips the pages and repeats the same process. The beauty is, he is absorbing words, he may use later on. I have no clue how many words he knows.

Kalen loved the images in the book. He had flipped through most of the book on my kindle, before I started reading the book for myself. How did he know how to use my kindle, let alone flip through an e-book---the world may never know.

You can purchase the book, using the link above. The book is available in hardback, paperback,  kindle, and kindle unlimited format.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Unsinkable Faith Review (Litfuse)

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I read Unsinkable Faith, in exchange for honest review from Litfuse. The book was written by Tracie Miles. The book is Christian-based.

The book is about having unsinkable faith, no matter what you are going through. If we are down, we need to think positive, instead of letting our troubles take our peace and joy.

This is something, I seriously need to work on. I overthink.about my problems and concerns. I am a mostly negative thinker. I am a single parent of two, special needs kids. Let that sink in. My days are filled with doctor appointments, meltdowns, and struggles over food..

In the past few weeks, my oldest broke the tv and started sleeping back in the bedroom. My laptop died. The wifi has been lagging so I can't blog, listen to music, or watch a show without many pauses. Thank you Amazon on deck for saving me lol.

My youngest has to have his tonsils and adenoids removed to see if it helps his sleep apnea. His heart pauses are increasing. Hit after hit after hit. I need this book.

Miles said we have no control over our circumstances, but we can control our thoughts when we are going through something. We also need to trust God in everything. We don't have to sink. Miles said we don't sink when God is our anchor.

You can buy the book using the link above. The book is available in Kindle and paperback format. The book is prime eligible.