Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Team Naturals Natural Shampoo and Conditioner: Sulfate and Paraben Free

I use a lot of sulfate free shampoo and conditioner because I get my hair colored. Mostly I have my own color (red) just brightened and then a few streaks of purple but my hairdresser told me sulfate free is a must.

I also love oils like argan oil, avocado oil, and olive oil. All three are excellent for the health of your hair.

Team Naturals Natural Shampoo and Conditioner are both sulfate and paraben free and have all of those oils and more. They're natural, vegan, and work for all hair types, which is great because I have dry hair but when I use products, my hair tends to get oily fast.

I received these in exchange for an unbiased review and so far, I really love how they seem to work with my hair. There's not a strong scent - just a subtle, pleasant one and a little goes a long way.

You can find both on Amazon and look at all of the other awesome reviews.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Dunrite Swimming Pool Basketball Hoop

With the cold weather in most of the country, even here in Florida, it may seem too early to think about swimming pools - unless you have a heated one. However, it's never too soon to check out awesome things for your summer fun and here is one, the Lifetime 1301 swimming pool basketball hoop.

This portable basketball hoop for your swimming pool has a ton of features like a five year warranty, rust resistant, and requires no tools to adjust it. It's 44" and rectangular with a white granite backboard and a nylon net with welded steel hooks.

It's made in the USA and you get free shipping so the price you see is what you pay for hours and hours of enjoyment this summer.

Check it out and get it before the summer rush!

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

#Yodify your Grammar

Yodify your Grammar Infographic

Credit goes to Grammerly

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Where to Find the Earned Income Credit Table

We've never qualified for the Earned Income Credit since we don't have children and have always made more than the minimum requirements but we have a lot of friends that do. If you are wondering where to find the earned income credit table, you'll have to check out this article that really helps you learn more about it and how to qualify - or if you do.

For instance, here is the regular credit table but this does not actually give you all of the information you need since there are specifics that you need. For that, check out the link - but this is a general guideline.

You definitely want everything that is coming to you so check out the link and see if you qualify for the EIC (Earned Income Credit) and recoup some of the money you've spent over the year.

No eligible children $14,590 ($20,020 if married and submitting together)
1 eligible child $38,511 ($43,941 if married and submitting together)
2 or more eligible children $43,756 ($49,186 if married and submitting together)
3 or more eligible children $46,997 ($52,427 if married and submitting together) 

Making a Murderer

I usually eat these type of documentaries up but I think I'll have to watch this one again. Now I always watch shows while working and can usually pay attention but I'm having a harder time doing so.

This does not mean that I'm not enjoying the show but it's not quite as engaging to me as say, the Paradise Lost series.

However, with Netflix I can watch it again and again so I do think I'll get into it more by checking it out again.

Making a Murderer is available streaming on Netflix and I imagine it'll hang around a while since it's so popular.


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