Archives for October 26, 2015

DreamSpa® Rainfall Showerhead with LED/LCD Temperature Display is a Must-Have for the Family! Giveaway Opportunity!

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DreamSpa® AquaFan 12 inch All-chrome Rainfall Shower Head with Color-Changing LED/LCD Temperature Display is a Fixed Mount Overhead Showerhead with LED Display. Revitalize your bathroom with the World’s most Luxurious LED Color Changing Chrome Face Shower Head that Features an Extra Large 12 inch Overhead Shower.
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I had the opportunity to review this amazing spa like product and love it! It is super easy to use and doesn’t even need any batteries! It is simply powered by running water. I really like the Built-in Water Temperature Sensor and this is great for kids.

Color of LED Lights Changes Automatically According to Water Temperature:
       BLUE – Cool Under 95F (35C),
       GREEN – Warm 95-108F (35-42C),
       RED – Hot 109-122F (43-50C),
       FLASHING RED – Warning Hot Over 122F (50C)
It will also last a long time. LED Lights Have Long Life of 100,000 Hours (Over 10 Years of Heavy Daily Use). Now, how cool is that?! But, my absolute favorite thing is the Rainfall shower spa experience! This a real must-have for the whole family!

You can purchase on ebay by clicking here.

We have also teamed up for a giveaway! One winner will win their own DreamSpa® Rainfall Showerhead! To enter, leave a comment below telling us why you would like to win! It’s as simple as this product is to use! Deadline to enter is October 29th, 2015 at noon PST. One winner will randomly be selected via Random.org. 

Self Disclosure: I received a free product in exchange for an unbiased review.

The LED Flashlight Koozie Water Bottle Accessory is a fun Must-Have!

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Looking for a fun gift idea? What about a product that helps you see your drinks in the dark? I actually thought that this sounded kind of silly but I am actually impressed with the fun idea! I received a sample in pink and I like how this is actually pretty unique! Great for both kids and adults! I think this is actually a really cool idea for camping trips! I thought there would be only one light but was happily surprised that there are actually 9 LED lights inside the cooler base with RED, WHITE and GREEN bright LED lights. I like that it is easy to use…just unscrew the screws on the bottom and use 3 AAA batteries. I think these would also be great for parties!

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You can purchase on Amazon.com.

Self Disclosure: I received a free item in exchange for an unbiased review. 

Find Your Haunted National Park this Halloween

With Halloween creeping up on us, did you know there are haunted national parks and historic sites around the country? With more than 400 national parks there are ways for everyone to #FindYourPark this season.

See below for haunted national parks to visit this Halloween:

  • The Ghost Ship of the Outer Banks, Carroll A. Deering, is a ship lost in the Outer Shoals that was found abandoned. The ship was discovered without its crew, personal belongings, anchors or navigation equipment, however food was laid out as if it was prepared for a crew meal (Cape Hatteras, NC.)
  • Essex National Heritage Area is the spot where the Salem witch trials occurred (Salem, MA.)
  • Visit spots such as:

The Corwin House, also known as “The Witch House,” is where Jonathan Corwin lived. Corwin was one of the judges who tried the accused witches.

Salem Witch Trials Memorial is a site with 20 stone benches, each engraved with the name of the executed victims.

Gallows Hill is thought to be the location of the witch executions.

Nurse Homestead is the presumably haunted home of Rebecca Nurse, who was one of the accused and executed witches.

The National Park Foundation’s Find Your Park movement encourages everyone to get up, get out there and #FindYourPark in celebration of the upcoming 2016 Centennial of the National Park Service.

Credit: The National Park Foundation’s Find Your Park movement.