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Saturday, February 28

Spring Reads: The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag

The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag
by Mike Berenstain
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Pub. Date: December 23, 2014
ASIN: 978-0310734796
Pages: 24
Buy Link: Amazon


It's hard to believe that The Berenstain Bears franchise started in 1962 and now has over 300 titles with 260 million copies sold in 23 languages! Sadly, the creators, Stan and Jan Berenstain, have both passed away, but their son Mike Berenstain has continued to write and illustrate more books, which now have Christian themes.

The Berenstain Bears and the Biggest Brag is one of the newest entries in the Living Light series. This tale finds Brother and Sister Bear starting a new habit - bragging and boasting about anything and everything they have done. Papa and Mama are annoyed by this and reminds them what the Bible says, "It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud," but Brother and Sister just continue on with their new bad habit.

One afternoon, Brother and Sister start bragging about the shapes and images they see in the clouds, resulting in an argument, well, that is until Grizzly Gramps happens to walk by and overhear the conversation. He quickly teaches the cubs how silly it is to brag and boast.

Zim's Max-Freeze Review & Giveaway

A muscle and joint pain relief gel or cream can be a lifesaver when you are in pain due to a pulled muscle, backache, arthritis, strains, bruises and sprains.

Recently, I was a sent the Zim's Max-Freeze (gel; 4 oz.) to review, which is one of the best muscle & joint pain relief on the market. It doesn't contain any parabens, synthetic fragrance, sulfates, parffins, DEA, petrolatum and mineral oil. And the product was never tested on animals. It also available in a spray and a roll-on.

The ingredients include:

Aloe Barbadensis (Organic) Leaf Extract
Arnica Montana Extract (Organic)
Camphor Carbomer
Ilex Paraguariensis Leaf Extract (Organic)
Isopropyl Alcohol
Tea Tree Oil
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E Acetate) Water

Skinology Argan Oil Review

I wasn't aware of all the different plant oils until I started reviewing skin products this year. Argan Oil happens to be one of them.

What exactly is Argan Oil?

Well, it is made from the kernels of the argan tree (Argania spinosa L.) that origins from Morocco, where it is used as a breakfast bread dip. Each nut from the tree contains one to three argan oil-rich kernels.

Argan Oil contains many natural phenols, such as vanillic acid, tyrosol, caffeic acid, catechol, oleuropein, epicatechin, catechin and rescorinol, as well as fatty acids, carotenes, squalene, phenols and tocopherols (Vitamin E).

As a culinary oil, it has been known to help prevent cardiovascular diseases, obesity and various cancers. As a cosmetic oil, it is used as a moisturizing oil for the skin as well as for the hair. It can help decrease scars from acne and burns.

Friday, February 27

Book Blogger Hop: February 27th - March 5th

Book Blogger Hop

Welcome to the new Book Blogger Hop!

If you want schedule next week's post, click here to find the next prompt question. To submit a question, fill out this form.

What to do:

1. Post on your blog answering this question:

  This week's question is submitted by Elizabeth!

Do you like blog headers that are bookish or blog headers that are simply attractive?

2. Enter the link to your post in the linky list below (enter your Blog Name and the direct link to your post answering this week’s question. Failure to do so will result in removal of your link).

3. Visit other blogs in the list and comment on their posts. Try to spend some time on the blogs reading other posts and possible become a new follower.  The purpose of the hop is to give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to your own blog.

My Answer: 

I don't care for the generic headers that appear on every other blog. I think a header should should stand out and give the reader an idea of what the blog is about.

Linky List:

DVD Review - Doctor Who: Last Christmas

Doctor Who: Last Christmas
Director: Paul Wilmshurst
Starring: Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Nick Frost
Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
Release Date: February 17, 2015
Retail: $14.98
Running Time: 60 minutes
Rating: Not Rated
Buy Link: DVD, Blu-ray


Now available to own on DVD & Blu-ray from BBC Home Entertainment is Doctor Who: Last Christmas. Paul Wilmshurst directed this 60-minute 2014 Christmas Special that stars Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth, Jenna Coleman as his companion Clara Oswald and Nick Frost as Santa Claus. Bonus Features include Behind The Scenes featurette and a commentary.

Set on Christmas Eve, schoolteacher and frequent companion to Doctor, Clara, is woken up by a loud sound coming from the rooftop. She rushes up to roof to find a sleigh, magical reindeer, elves and Santa Claus. Then the TARDIS appears and once again the Doctor needs her help. And, of course, Clara, hops in the TARDIS to go on another adventure.

The Doctor and Clara arrive at the North Pole, where they encounter a troubled group of scientists as their fellow colleagues have been attacked by a Facehugger-like creature. The aliens puts the victims in a coma, While the victims are dreaming, the aliens slow devours their brains!

Yummy Yammy Sweet Potato Salsa Review & Giveaway

Most of my loyal blog readers probably already know that one my favorite snacks is salsa and tortilla chips, so when I had the opportunity to review the Yummy Yammy Sweet Potato Salsas, I eagerly applied and luckily I was one of the few bloggers that were picked to review 3 different flavors - Moroccan Sweet Potato Salsa, Mexican Sweet Potato Salsa and Tuscan Sweet Potato Salsa.

Unlike other salsas that have a red-tomato look, these salsas have an orange color, as the main ingredient is US-grown sweet potatoes and not tomatoes. There are no sugars, fats, preservatives or artificial colors/flavors in the Yummy Yammy Sweet Potato Salsas. Each 12oz jar has only 250 calories.

The Moroccan Sweet Potato Salsa contains flame-roasted sweet potato, lentils, water, lemon juice, kale, garlic, lime juice, curry, salt, cayenne and citrus acid. I'm not a fan of curry, but it doesn't taste bad in this salsa. To me it has a sweet taste with a hint of maple.

Thursday, February 26

Release Day Blitz: The Curse Servant by J.P. Sloan

Whiskey-soused greetings, one and all! My name is J.P. Sloan, and the last two years have been one hell of a ride for yours truly. I signed the first two books of my Dark Choir series with Curiosity Quills in January of 2014. The first book, The Curse Merchant was released in September, and the sequel, The Curse Servant, is set to launch, well… today actually. With celebration, and a modicum of retrospection, I thought I'd roll back the sundial a tidge and cast an eye back to the long slog that lead me here. 

I've made mistakes along the path to publication. Lots. I've also had several successes and uplifting moments, but hell… the mistakes are a lot more fun to read about, right? Thus, here are six mistakes I made trying to get my first novel published: 

Curiosity Quills Press; Pub. Date: Feb. 26, 2015; ISBN: 9781620078235; Pages 356

1. I THOUGHT I WAS DONE WHEN I FINISHED THE BOOK. Serious rookie error, here. I'd been writing off and on since high school, but never really got serious about sitting down to produce long format fiction until 2002. I decided, "Crap, might as well give this a real go." Everything I understood about writing a novel came from TV and movies. There's this one moment you see all the time… that last page hammered out on a typewriter, the author zips it out, presses it flat against a stack of previous pages, takes a drag of a cigarette or a swig of whiskey, and the book is fait accompli. WRONG! What I had written was a first draft… and it was nowhere near complete. You never see the revision and editing passes in TV shows. When you finish typing, you're nowhere near being done! Write first. Write later. 

2. I TRIED TO EDIT AS I WROTE. Another rookie error. And it went something like this: Type paragraph one. Tighten up first sentence. Type paragraph two. Tighten up paragraph one. Reconsider the first sentence. Type paragraph three. Tighten up all previous sentences. Fast-forward three weeks later, and I'm bald from pulling my hair out and cirrhotic from my sudden onset alcoholism. It took a while for me to realize that I have to keep plugging forward and complete the first draft before I'm allowed to do any revising. Editing while drafting is a slippery slope that leads to developmental quagmire. Write first. Revise later. 

3. I LISTENED TO TOO MUCH ADVICE. I made the mistake early on in assuming that anyone who expressed an opinion online was an expert. Turns out… not so much. Just because someone has a microphone, that doesn't you should listen. For every three writer's blogs in the 'sphere, you'll get four opinions on how to publish… and it's possible none of them is right for you. That's not to say one should disregard the fundamentals of grammar and the craft of storytelling. I'm just saying… it's really easy to fill your brain with so many contradictory admonitions that it makes it impossible to get the ball moving. Write first. Advise later. 

4. I TRIED TO BUILD A PLATFORM BEFORE I ACTUALLY HAD ONE. Among the advice I'd absorbed in heaping fistfuls was the dogma that all aspiring authors must develop their online platform before they query. Whereas it may be true that an agent, editor, or Uncle Rufus who works at Foldybucks Publishing wants to see you've gathered a following before they extend their interest, I found myself getting sucked into a never-

Death Wish Coffee Review

I believe all my blog followers already know that I love a good cup of coffee (or several), so it is probably no surprise that I'm once again reviewing another coffee brand.

This brand is called Death Wish Coffee! The company was founded by Mike Brown, a coffee shop owner, Saratoga Coffee Traders, in Saratoga Springs, NY. His customers kept wanting the strongest coffee and after doing some research he realized there isn't one. Therefore, he set out to make the "world's strongest coffee" -  DEATH WISH COFFEE!

Death Wish Coffee has twice the amount of caffeine than what is found in store bought brands. It has a dark roast blend from high grade coffee beans, which are Fair Trade and USDA Certified Organic! It is available in 1 pound whole bean and ground bags as well as single-serve cups.

PediSoft Callus Remover Review & Giveaway

Having callus on the bottom of your feet can be a bit annoying at times and can cause some discomfort. I go through shoes pretty fast, mostly due to my daily workouts, so I do have callus on my feet. It is even worse during the summertime when I mowing the yard.

Last week, I was sent the PediSoft Callus Remover to review. Yes, it may seem a little odd that a male is wanting to review a product that is pink. Though pink isn't my favorite color, I just ignored that little fact and reviewed the product for what it is - a callus remover.

The Pedicure Callus Remover is a wet/dry hand-held device, similar to an electric razor, with a removable roller. It also comes with an extra roller, a brush, a charging cord and a plastic clear cap. It is recommended to charge it 10 to 12 hours before using it for the first time.

Derma Roller System Review

I wasn't even aware what a derma roller was until I tested one out earlier this year. After I did a little research, I learned that there are different sizes, ranging from 0.5mm to 2.5mm.

What exactly is a derma roller?

Well, it is a small hand-held tool that has roller on end of it. The roller has tiny needles (sometimes called "surgical-grade needles) on it. You use the derma roller to help eliminate scars, stretch marks and cellulite by rolling over an area horizontally, vertically and diagonally! The needles will temporarily open up your pores, which will stimulate collagen and elastin production.

For the the last two weeks, I have been using the Derma Roller System (2.5mm), which has featured on The Rachel Ray Show and The Doctor's Show. This size can be used for cell regeneration, upper derma reborn, deep scar/pores refine treatment, enhanced nutrient adsorption and cellulite & stretch mark treatment.

Wednesday, February 25

Sabotaged by Dani Pettrey Review

Enter the HEART OF ADVENTURE Sweepstakes from Author Dani Pettrey

Alaskan Courage Series, Book 5
by Dani Pettrey
Publisher: Bethany House
Pub. Date: February 3, 2015
ISBN: 978-0764211966
Pages: 336
Buy Link: Amazon, B&N, Indiebound, Books-a-Million, Christianbook

Growing up, goody-two-shoes Kirra Jacobs and troublemaker Reef McKenna were always at odds. Now paired together on Yancey’s search-and-rescue canine unit, they begin to put aside old arguments as they come to see each other in a different light.

Then a call comes in from the Iditarod that will push them to their limits. Kirra’s uncle, a musher in the race, has disappeared. Kirra and Reef quickly track the man, but what they discover is harrowing. Frank’s daughter has been kidnapped. In order to save her, the man must use his knowledge as a mechanical engineer to do the kidnapper’s bidding or she will die.

Kirra and Reef, along with the entire McKenna family, are thrown into a race to stop a shadowy villain who is not only threatening a girl’s life, but appears willing to unleash one of the largest disasters Alaska has ever seen.


Thyroid Support Supplement Review

If you have been eating healthy, exercising on a regular basis and you're still not losing weight, there is a good chance that your thyroid needs some sort of boost. There are plenty of supplements available that are targeted to support thyroid issues, though if you are have thyroid disorder, then you should contact your doctor.

Recently, I was sent a bottle (60 capsules) of LES Labs Thyroid Support, which contains Vitamin D (as cholcalciferol), Vitamin E (as d-alpha-tocopherol succinate), Vitamin B-12 (as methylcolobamin), Iodine (as potassium iodide), Selenium (as selenomethionine),  Zinc, Copper (as copper gluconate), L-Tyrosine and Ashwagandha Extract.

Iodine is a required mineral for a healthy thyroid and metabolism. Selenium supports the supports the thyroid hormone synthesis. L-Tyrosine has is an important amino acid that aids the production of thyroid hormones. Ashwagandha helps you handle your overall stress. Besides from supporting the thyroid function, it also promotes your metabolism and your thyroid hormone levels.

Tuesday, February 24

"A New Me In 2015": New You - Personality Change Review

I can hardly believe that it is nearly two months into 2015 already. It seems like I was just starting my New Year's Resolutions a few days ago. I guess time flies by when you are always busy.

For the past three weeks, I have been trying out the hypnosis program called New You - Personality Change from I know that a few of you might be rolling your eyes at the word hypnosis as you're probably thinking of the hypnotherapy that has been portrayed in comedies where you can snap your fingers and instantly trance someone into doing whatever your order them to do. In reality, hypnotherapy has been successfully used to help people overcome sleeping disorders, phobias, fears, anxieties, depression, stress and grief., LLC was founded by Victoria Gallagher, who is a member of National Guild of Hypnotists. She is a Certified Master Hypnotherapist, Certified Weight Management Specialist
Certified Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner and a Certified HypnoBirthing Practitioner.

The New You - Personality Change is 25-minute hypnosis program that is meant to help unleash the your true inner self. Victoria starts out with a short induction to help you relax before guiding you to the steps that will help improve your personality. You need to imagine what personality traits you want to change about yourself. This can include your appearance, social abilities, expressions and attitude. If you can expand who you are, then you can be a happier person.

DVD Review - Wolfcop

Director: Lowell Dean
Starring: Led Fafard, Amy Matysio, Sarah Lind, Corinne Conley, Jesse Moss, Jonathan Cherry, Aidan Devine
Studio: Image Entertainment
Release Date: March 10, 2015
Retail: $27097
Running Time: 79 minutes
Rating: Not Rated
Buy Link: Amazon

Arriving on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Video this Tuesday March 10, 2015 is the horror-comedy Wolfcop. Directed by Lowell Dean (13 Eerie), the film stars Leo Fafard (Corner Gas: The Movie), Amy Matysio (Lawrence & Holloman), Jonathan Cherry (Final Destination 2), Aidan Devine (Outlander) and Sarah Lind (Severed). Special Features include Film Commentary with Writer/Director Lowell Dean & Special Effects Artist Emersen Ziffle, The Birth of Wolfcop, Wolfcop Music Video, Film Outakes and Trailers.

Set in the small town of Woodhaven, Wolfcop centers on an alcoholic cop Lou Garou (played by Leo Fafard), who ends up in the wrong place at the wrong time late one night. He awakens to find a pentagram carved on his chest. He gets dressed and heads off to work, but quickly realizes that something is definitely not normal especially when his senses become heightened and his body hair begins to grow at an alarming rate.

While his pal, Willie Higgins (played by Jonathan Cherry), tried to convince him that he is now a werewolf, Lou doens't want to believe it, well, that is until Willie shows him video proof of the transformation. Now fully aware of what he is, Lou uses his new-found powers and a souped-up car to take a bite out of crime as Wolfcop!

Forlan Skincare Retinol Cream Review

I've been trying out many different eye creams, gels and moisturizers this year in my attempt to look a bit younger. The lastest product that I have been testing out is the Forlan Skincare Retinol Cream.

This anti-aging moisturizer is meant to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles on your skin with the use of the powerful combination of antioxidants (vitamins A, C, B5 And E). It will also help unplug pores and will decrease dark spots.

The ingredeints include:

Deionized Water
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice
Sodium Hyalurornate
Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filrate
Glyceryl Stearate Citrate
Sunflower Oil


My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: Adventures Of The Cuite Mark Crusaders
Voice Cast: Tara Strong, Ashleigh Ball, Andrea Libman, Tabitha St. Germain, Cathy Weseluck, Nicole Oliver, Michelle Creber, Madeleine Peter, Claire Corlett
Studio: Shout! Factory
Release Date: February 24, 2015
Retail: $14.97
Running Time: 110 minutes
Rating: TV-Y
Buy Link: Amazon, Shout! Factory


Arriving on DVD today from Shout! Factory is My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: Adventures Of The Cutie Mark Crusaders, featuring five exciting episodes - The Cutie Mark Chronicles, The Cutie Pox, Flight To The Finish, Pinkie Pride and Twilight Time. Bonus Features include a Sing-Along and Downloadable Wallpapers.

Hasbro's My Little Pony toy line has became a worldwide phenomenon in the 1980s, resulting in a feature film, television specials and an animated series. The newest animated series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic debuted on The Hub (now known as Discovery Family) in 2010 and has become a critical and commercial hit.

The Cutie Mark Chronicles (Season 1 - Episode 23) centers on Apple Bloom, Sweetie Belle and Scootaloo trying to earn their cutie marks. After failing to earn their marks through ziplining, they decide to ask the other ponies how they got their cutie marks.

The Cutie Pox (Season 2 - Episode 6) Apple Bloom finds a "Heart's Desire" flower that will release her special talent, but it backfires as it gives her the Cutie Pox.

Monday, February 23

100% Pure Organic Rosehip Oil Review

I only recently started using moisturizing oils and I didn't realize how many different kinds are on the market. I received the 100% Pure Organic Rosehip Oil from Foxbrim a little over a week ago.

What exactly is Roseship Seed Oil?

Roseship Seed Oil is harvested from the seeds of rose bushes that typically grow in Chile. It is full of vitamins (Vitamin C, Vitamin A), fatty acids (Omega 3 & 6) and antioxidants (Lycopene & Beta-carotene). It is meant to hydrate the skin, decrease dark spots, wrinkles, fine lines, burns and blemishes.

Foxbrim cold compresses the Rosehip Seed Oil, so none of the nutrients will be lost. It is 100% organic and it has no no fillers, additives, parabens or fragrances. 

Monday Morning Madness #52: Dumb & Dumber Sequel is Dumb!

I'm sick and tired of this cold winter weather. No joking, I'm literally sick with a head cold! I can't wait for spring to finally show up, though I dread having allergies. With me being under the weather, the weekend was an absolute bore. However, I did get caught up on a few DVDs that I needed to watch. I have two of the reviews written and posted already. Hopefully, I can get the third review published later today.

Has anybody seen Dumb and Dumber To? I purchased the DVD (it was cheaper than the Blu-ray) and watched it last Thursday. I watched the original 1994 film repeatedly during my teenage years and I'm one of the few that actually liked the 2003 prequel Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd. Despite reading many bad reviews, I was eagerly looking forward to the sequel. Let me just say that the Farrelly brothers tried a bit too hard, resulting in a half-way funny & uneven comedy. Don't get me wrong, Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels did a good job reprising their roles and I thought Rachel Melvin was adorable as Penny, but the plot and the jokes could have been better written.

Another Jim Carrey film that I did enjoy was 2004's Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events, which is based on the same children book series by Daniel Handler. The movie was based on the first three books of the series and I thought it was a pretty good movie. Too bad the rest of the books were never adapted. It was announced back in November that Netflix is going to produce a series based on the books. This is great news, but I don't have a subscription to Netflix and I don't plan on ever getting

DVD Review - Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy

Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy
Voice Cast: Ariel Winter, Wayne Brady, Sara Ramirez, Travis Willingham, Darcy Rose Byrnes, Tim Gunn
Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
Release Date: February 24, 2015
Retail: $19.99
Running Time: 114 minutes
Rating: TV-Y
Buy Link: Amazon


Arriving on DVD tomorrow from Walt Disney Home Entertainment is the full-length adventure Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy. As an added bonus there are three additional episodes - The Amulet of Avalor, Princess Butterfly and The Emerald Key. Plus, it comes with a Free Color-Changing Necklace.

Sofia the First has been a big hit on Disney Junior ever since it debuted in 2013 (the pilot aired in the latter half of 2012). The series follows an eight-year-old named Sofia (voiced by Ariel Winter), whom becomes a princess when her mother marries King Roland II. She also becomes the step-sister to Princess Amber (voiced by Darcy Rose Byrnes) and Prince James (voiced by Zach Callison). The King gives her the mystical Amulet of Avalor, which gives her the ability to communicate with animals and lets her summon other Disney Princesses when needed.

The Curse of Princess Ivy marks the third television- movie (about 45 minutes) and centers on Princess Amber learning about Sofia's amulet. When Prince Amber steals the amulet, it unleashes a curse that summons the evil Princess Ivy (voiced by Anna Camp), who plans on taking the crown and turning the entire kingdom black-and-white! Princess Sofia and Princess Amber must team up with Tangled's Rapunzel (voiced by Mandy Moore) to retrieve the amulet and stop Princess Ivy.

The Amulet of Avalor (episode 14) finds the thief Cedric stealing the amulet and Princess Sofia is on the hunt to retrieve it. Princess Butterfly (episode 19) centers on Princess Amber asking Cedric to magically make her a butterfly costume for the All Hallows Eve costume ball, but the costume will not come off and it is up to Princess Sofia to save the day. An Emerald key from the kingdom of Hakalo washes up near the castle in The Emerald Key (episode 38) and it is up to Sofia to find the key's true owner.

Sunday, February 22

DVD Review - Horse Camp

Horse Camp
Director: Joel Paul Reisig
Starring: Jordan Trovillion, Dean Cain
Studio: ARC Entertainment
Release Date: February 24, 2015
Running Time: 107 minutes
Rating: PG
Buy Link: Amazon


Arriving on DVD this Tuesday February 24, 2014 from ARC Entertainment is the teen/family drama Horse Camp. The film is co-written, directed & produced by Joel Paul Reisig and stars Jordan Trovillion (Jack Reacher) and Dean Cain (ABC's "Lois & Cark: The New Adventures of Superman"). There are no extras or special features on the disc.

Horse Camp centers on a shy teenager named Kathy (played by Jordan Trovillion), who has low self-esteem. Her father (played by Dean Cain) offers to send her to France for the summer. However, Kathy has other plans as she wants to attend the Black River Horse Camp for girls, but she is afraid to ask her parents' permission to go as her father was injured badly when he use to be in the rodeo. Eventually, she does get approval from her partents.

Upon arriving at the camp, she is instantly bullied by the camp's "mean girl" Stacy (played by Kristen Ryda, whom is also an associate producer of the film), which doesn't help her social problems at all. Luckily, she meets the kindhearted Lisa (played by Rahcel Sowers) and they begin a friendship that is until the popular girls take notice of Kathy's horse riding skills. Soon Kathy's attitude starts to change for the bad as she is determined to take the Camp Princess throne from Stacy.

Saturday, February 21

MultiFlex Excel Review

Exercising on a regular basis is an extremely important for staying in shape, but it isn't easy if you keep injuring yourself. This is what has happened to me repeatedly over the years. Either my knees, lower back, neck or shoulders start bothering me, which leads me to quit my workouts.

This year my neck, shoulder and lower back have been hurting after my workouts, resulting in me taking one or two day breaks in my workouts. In the past, I have taken Backaid Max, but it only numbs the pain for a few hours.

When I heard the MultFlex Excel, a fast-acting natural joint supplement for acute pain, I thought it's too good to be true as I have already tried about anything and everything for my joint problems.

The supplement contains a 650mg Proprietary Blend consisting of:

White Willow (bark) Salix Alba
Turmeric (root) Curcuma Longa
Boswellia (resin) Boswellia Serrata

DSpeed Fat-Melt Vitamin D3

Vitamin D is very important for your body as it promotes normal levels of calcium and phosphorus, which is mostly found in eggs, fish, cod liver oil and whole milk. There are five forms of Vitamin D: D1, D2 (ergocalciferol), D3 (cholecalciferol), D4, and D5. Vitamin D2 is found in plants and Vitamin D3 is found in sunlight.

Due to the risk of skin cancer, not everyone wants to be in the sunlight for very long. Luckily, there are Vitamin D3 supplements on the market for us to take, including the DSpeed Fat-Melt Vitamin D3.

DSpeed is a sugar-free peach flavored fast-melting table. It contains 1000 IU of Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) from lanolin in each tablet. It is meant to help bone & teeth formation and to help support immune & cellular heath. It has a three star Superior Taste Award by The International Taste & Quality Institute (iTQi) in Belgium.

Friday, February 20

Book Blogger Hop: February 20th - 26th

Book Blogger Hop

Welcome to the new Book Blogger Hop!

If you want schedule next week's post, click here to find the next prompt question. To submit a question, fill out this form.

What to do:

1. Post on your blog answering this question:

  This week's question is submitted by Elizabeth!

Is there anything that makes you not return to a blog or not want to look at it even for the first time?

2. Enter the link to your post in the linky list below (enter your Blog Name and the direct link to your post answering this week’s question. Failure to do so will result in removal of your link).

3. Visit other blogs in the list and comment on their posts. Try to spend some time on the blogs reading other posts and possible become a new follower.  The purpose of the hop is to give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to your own blog.

My Answer: 

If a blogger hasn't written a new post in several weeks or months, then there's a good chance I might not return to that blog very often.

Linky List:

Teadora Nourishing Body Polish Review

While I have been reviewing several different beauty products this year that will appeal to both men and women, I have never tried a body wash until I received the Teadora Nourishing Body Polish this month.

What is a Teadora Nourishing Body Polish?

Well, it is an exfoliating super-fruit mud that contains Acia seeds and Amazonian White Clay, which will remove dead skin, decrease ingrown hair and smooth and brighten your skin. It is packed with Amazon Super-fruits that is full of antioxidants, vitamins, oletic and fatty acids (Argan Plant Stem Cells). 

The ingredients are:

Organic Coco Nuciera (Coconut) Water
Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice
Kaolin (Brazil White Clay)
Diecyl Glucoside Diatomaceous Earth
Organic Prunus Amygdalus
Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil
Bertholletia Excelsa Seed (Brazil Nut) Oil
Cetearyl Alcohol
Cetearyl Glucoside

Bloody Mary Mix by SalsaCrazy

While I'm not much of a drinker, after trying out SalsaCrazy's salsas, I decided to try out their Bloody Mary Mix!

Bloody Mary is a cocktail containing vodka, tomato juice and a variety of spices. While the exact origin of the drink is still unknown, it is still very popular today. Some people even use it as a hangover cure.

The ingredients in the SalsaCrazy's Blood Mary Mix are:

Vine Ripened Tomatoes
Soy Sauce
Serrano & Habanero Chilies
Lime Juice
Black Pepper