Did you miss the 66th NBA All-star games? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
The NBA All-Star 2017 ended on the score of 192-182 in favor of the Western Conference against the Eastern Conference. The thrilling final game happened at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans which is well of course a game that brought a lot of astonishments, shocks and surprises to the viewing public.
Sports backed by worldwide popularity are sites of pleasure and bets are being placed by individual fans and organizations from various stretch of the sports public. Usually, many basketball games are covered and under leisure and online gambling complex with which you can play for free or real money. Of course, the NBA All-Star game is not foreign to this obsession especially that basketball is distinctively stirring and extremely stimulating. Read the rest of this entry »
The good people at Care/of let me trial their personalized daily vitamin service. They created this service to help people figure out which vitamins and supplements are right for them. Their goal is to make it easier for people to live well, and that starts with getting a daily dose of vitamins tailored for each individual.
Care/of makes it incredibly simple to get the vitamins you need. You visit their website, answer a few questions about your lifestyle, and they tailor a daily vitamin regimen for you. It’s that easy. You’ll receive a box with 30 packs of vitamins that you can take each day. After taking your initial survey, you barely have to think about it.
If for some reason you don’t trust their algorithm, you can order whatever vitamins you want from their products page. Their prices range from $5/month for daily B12/C/D vitamins to $25/month for their twice a day prenatal vitamins. Orders over $20 ship free.
Care/of makes ordering vitamins incredibly simple and convenient. The days of randomly taking a multivitamin every day are over.
The Jordan XI Low Navy Gum was one of my personal favorites, but doesn’t make this list
As I alluded to in my last post, I’m a sneakerhead. I’m not big-time like the professional athletes and celebrities, but my collection fluctuates anywhere from 50-75 pairs of shoes at a time. I buy, collect, and resell sneakers as a hobby. My wife hates it, but it’s nothing new. I’ve been doing this for years.
2016 was a great year for sneakerheads. Just about every week (more like every other day) there was a hot release, whether it be Nike, Jordan, Adidas, Reebok, or Under Armour (OK, so maybe not the last two so much, but they made an effort). While going through my daily sneaker blog routine, I came across a 2016 Top 10 Jordan Releases article from another site and threw up in my mouth a little. Half the list was trash, and the other half seemed to be out of order. I won’t throw them under the bus (or give them free advertising by dropping their name), but if you follow me on Twitter you know who I’m talking about. So I decided to make my own list. Those Navy/Gum 11 lows get an honorable mention. Without further ado, here’s my Top 10 Jordan Releases of 2016: Read the rest of this entry »
Selling on eBay is a hassle. Type in “eBay sucks” on Google and 953,000 results will pop up. In early 2008, eBay changed their feedback policy to prohibit sellers from leaving negative feedback for buyers. Since the overhaul, eBay has become a free-for-all where there is little to no recourse for deadbeat buyers. It’s like the Wild West, except I can’t challenge the deadbeat to a duel in Town Square at dawn. If an eBay user wins an item and doesn’t want to pay for it, no problem. They can request to cancel an order or simply ghost the seller. Sellers have to wait 2 days before filing an unpaid item claim in order to get their fees reimbursed when a buyer does not pay. Ebay offers an automatic unpaid item assistant, but the earliest that kicks in is 4 days after the auction end. More often than not, I’m left with my dick in my hand item, no cash, and precious time wasted. Read the rest of this entry »
Now that I’ve got my shameless referral link plug out of the way, let’s get down to business. If you’ve watched TV at all recently, there’s a good chance you’ve seen one or several Ebates commercials like the video above. Ebates promises to pay you money for shopping online. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it isn’t. I was once a skeptic like the people in the video. I figured there had to be a catch, or Ebates was a scam altogether. Turns out there isn’t, and it’s not. Ebates is legit. They’ll send you a check for basically adding one step to your online shopping process. Read the rest of this entry »
Finally, the 71st NBA season is upon us and we can tuck into some action.
Some are forecasting one of the more predictable campaigns in a long time and tipping the Golden State Warriors as sure things for the NBA Championship. The bookmakers are in agreement with Golden State favorites through bet365 NBA betting odds of 5/6 and it’s hard to envision any other team lifting the Larry O’Brien Trophy at the end of the season.
The Dorco Pace Power Razor is an attractive grooming tool that gets the job done. Dorco gets it. Razors are for men, not boys, and they should not look like a toy the way other razor companies seem to design their grooming tools (I’m talking about you, Gillette). The stealth black on the Dorco Pace Power Razor looks clean. The Venetian Flow really does allow for easy rinsing like the product description says. Overall, this razor is an affordable alternative to competitors with similar functionality.
I’ve been sporting a beard for about a year, and I generally only shave my neck and edge my chin line. This razor is not ideal for such grooming, as while I did manage to get a clean shave, it was almost impossible to shave a clean chin line with the power turned on. While the power of the Dorco Pace Power Razor may help my beardless clean-shaved compatriots, you’ll likely want another option (or turn off the power) if you’re looking for precision.
My only real gripe with the Dorco Pace Power Razor is that the AAA battery required is not included. I had to go out and buy batteries to use my razor. I hate buying batteries.
The good people at Body Helix reached out to me and asked if I’d like to trial one of their products. I run about 25-30 miles a week and suffer from shin splints from time to time, so I decided to try their Full Calf Helix to ease my pain.
The Full Calf Helix form Body Helix gave me the compression and comfort I’d expect from a high-quality product. It didn’t slip whether I was agility training or running 6 miles. The pain in my shin subsided while wearing the Full Calf Helix, and I felt great post-workout, too.
My main knocks on the product are the appearance and price. The logo is pretty feminine looking, and at $45, the Full Calf Helix is pricier than other options I’ve used. Bottom-line, though, the Full Calf Helix from Body Helix gets the job done. I’ll wear a Hello Kitty sleeve on my leg if it means I’m going to be pain-free after an hour on the treadmill.
Body Helix offers several other products, which are made with high-quality materials and do what they’re supposed to. If they’re not out of your price range and other products have failed you, give them a try. You can browse the items on their website here: https://bodyhelix.com/