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I absolutely loved this book- I just devoured it in about 3 hours. It's so much like her show, her personality shines through. I have been a fan of the show for years and really enjoyed hearing the inside scoop about what went on during the renovations. It's nice to get some insight into her personal life as well, she's very candid. It's really an amazing American success story and very inspiring.
Great book and easy read. Even if you are experienced at writing performance reviews, this book can be a good refresher.
These tools are exactly what you need for the small issues on your face. I've bought medical tools before and these are of the same caliber. They come in a nice zip back to keep them in too. Good for anyone with small issues and especially teenagers. I wouldn't recommend using them for larger issues or for a prolonged length of time, just when you notice blackheads, etc.You receive five tools with each end being a different extractor. I would recommend the tools.
this product has made absolutely 0% difference in my hair, if anything i notice more hairloss... super upset with this "natural" hair care product. do yourself a favor save your time and money
I've been mountain-biking for 20 years, and started out using Shimano SPD pedals, which have twin locking mechanisms and hold your shoe firmly in position. I found that after a hard ride my knees would hurt from having my foot in a fixed position while maneuvering the bike, so I sought another solution. A salesman at REI recommended the Speedplay Frog pedals to me about 15 years ago, and I have been using them consistently since. Unlike the Shimanos, the Frog pedals have no moving parts and allow my feet to "float" on the pedal so my knees don't hurt anymore. These pedals also have grease points (the phillips head in the centerline of the pedal) that allow you to re-grease the bearings so they will last indefinitely (the grease tool is sold separately). In 15 years of riding at least once a week on mostly rocky terrain, and hitting the pedals on rocks more times than I can count, I have only broken one cleat, and one pedal, in a fall that literally split the pedal in half.