Digital Photo Keychain

I’m big on techy gadgets. I always have to have the best of everything! :) Whether it be a iPod (which I WANT to get!) or a Dell Laptop (which I own!) I want the best! I’ve been looking for a affordable yet usable key chain that works and won’t crash on me. (a gal’s gotta show her pictures off!)

So I was excited to review a Digital Photo Keychain.

This nifty little device features-

  • 1.5 inch 128×128 LCD display;
  • 32 MB internal memory which can store about 475 pictures;
  • Auto / manual picture slide show, slide time adjustable.
  • Manual switch between picture and time display
  • Time display including date, week, hours, minutes and seconds.
  • Time manual adjustable or sync with computer via software.
  • Picture format: JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF;
  • Picture size automatically cut by software.
  • Input / output picture via photo View software included
  • Built-in rechargeable battery
  • Charged / data downloaded via 5 pins USB cable

 

My Thoughts-

Before I start this let me just say that I am pretty tech savy. I can install computer software, figure out a iPod and Cell Phone. And I can also figure out Facebook. (yeah, even a moran can do that!) So when I first got this product I thought that it would be a piece of cake to install right? WRONG! After I set it up I plugged it into my computer to get some pictures off and it didn’t do ANYTHING! I tried multiple times. Still nothing. I tried again. Nothing. I read the instructions over and over again and it didn’t do anything. I was not impressed at all. Oh, sure it was easy to set up, but after I plugged it into my computer’s USB slot in order to get the pictures off nothing happened.

To sum things up, this product didn’t work and I didn’t like it.

Would I recommend this product? Nope. Only of course if you can figure it out! :)

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Review of John Frieda’s Luxurious Volume Lavish Lift Root Booster

Okay, so I signed up to get a free sample of John Frieda’s Luxurious Volume Lavish Lift Root Booster before I bought it and BOY am I ever glad I did! This product is absolutely awful. I tried this quite a few times last week just to see what it was like and it made my hair feel and look horrible! My normally pretty, silky, and tangle-free hair looked horribly tangled and atrociously frizzy after using this product! (and I never have frizzy hair) And to make this review even worse, this product didn’t even add volume to my hair like John Frieda said it would. Thankfully a good washing took this nasty stuff out of my hair. Needless to say I won’t ever, ever, ever be purchasing this product and I’ll be throwing my sample out.

Sorry, John Frieda I love some of your other products but I HATE this one. Girls, don’t purchase this product. You are just wasting your money if you do.

Baggy Clothes Make You Look Fat


“The more voluminous your clothes, the bigger you may appear – so don’t go overboard with oversize pieces.” -Tim Gunn

This may seem obvious – in fact, it may just be obvious:  baggy clothes make you look fat.  So do overly tight clothes (WHAT is with the skinny girls wearing too skinny jeans and having muffin tops).  But that’s not what we’re discussing right now.

Spring & Summer bring an onslaught of light, flowy, loose tops.  Everyone begins to celebrate being let out of their stuffy, restricting winter clothes.  Tunic tops seem to be a constant Spring wardrobe contestant, along with gypsy-esque dresses, and a million things with a billion layers.

When clothes fit loosely, one tends to feel thin.  It’s like when you’re loosing weight and suddenly realize your pants are falling off in public – you realize you’re smaller and feel slender and sexy.  Except with these Spring styles that are supposed to fit loosely, you don’t buy a next size – you keep rocking the whole tablecloth, imagining that you look skinny.  For us bigger girls…  That’s just not the case.  In fact, it’s not even the case for a lot of fit women who just don’t feature model proportions.

So, I’ll say it again.  Baggy clothes make you look fat.  That doesn’t mean that you should wear clothes so tight it looks like you’ve been dipped in liquid latex.  As hard as it may be, you need to find clothes that fit.  Loose material will exaggerate your size, tight clothing will reveal every flaw…  It’s all about balance.

**Product Recalls**

If you bought shoes from Wal*Mart lately, you might want to check this out

&& This one…

“FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — April 29, 2009 — Personal Care Products of Bingham Farms, MI is voluntarily conducting a nationwide recall of all lots of Personal Care non-acetone nail polish remover, conditioner enriched with gelatin, 6 fl. oz., UPC 4815592076, because it does not meet product specifications and has the potential to cause chemical burns to the fingers of users.

The product has been sold nationwide in small discount retail stores and retailers are being instructed to remove the product from sale and to return it to Personal Care Products.

Personal Care has received two complaints of burns to the fingers resulting from the use of the product.

Any person who purchased a bottle of Personal Care non-acetone nail polish remover, conditioner enriched with gelatin is urged to return it to the store of purchase for a refund. Consumers with questions may contact Personal Care Products at 1-248-258-1555, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. EDT.”



5 Reasons To Skip “He’s Just Not That Into You”

Original article by Sarah – East Carolina University

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    It was a Saturday night. We were out for a girls’ night, just looking to have dinner and loosen up with the sort of movie we can’t drag our boyfriends to. Under the influence of estrogen and bad decisions, we decided to go see what looked like a cute movie, just something to keep us in the spirit of femininity.

    Wrong. All wrong. Wrong movie, wrong time, wrong situation. In all fairness, I kinda knew what was coming, having heard about the book well before the movie was even in the works. I didn’t like the idea of it then, but somehow between two weeks ago and last Friday, I decided that I needed to see the movie with the bestie as a girls’ night out scenario. Here’s why I advise that everyone without ironclad self-esteem skip the movie, at least until you can see it in the comfort of your home.

    1. If you’re into escapism through upbeat movies, this is not the one for you. After two hours of ‘He Just Not That Into You’, not a single one of the main characters’ plot-lines even resembled positive. I was literally crawling out of my seat trying to salvage the remainder of a happy evening as commitments combusted, relationships crumbled, and ruthless reality checks conspired to sink the Girls’ Night. The only reason I made it through is because I had to see if the writers would actually throw the audience a bone and make a happy ending. [...more]

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