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Monday, April 6, 2015

Nature Valley - Breakfast Biscuits

I don't usually share foods that I found in the grocery store - but these are delicious! 


 
Nature Valley Blueberry Breakfast Biscuits

Last week I purchased Nature Valley Blueberry Breakfast Biscuits and LOVE them! They are rather crumbly but very tender & crispy and not over sweet. 4 biscuits come in each package (6 packages per box) an with a pricetag around $3.50 I thought very well priced. I do need to say that none of my daycare kiddos will eat them (but they are rather picky and about to start having a very bland, no sugar diet introduced to them very soon if complaining continues) - but I love them and I think any normal child that loves cookies and blueberries will love these as will their parents!

There are Blueberry & Honey Breakfast Bars available at all stores & I picked mine up at Walmart. Delicious!

Disclaimer: I was not asked to post a review by Nature Valley or any marketing office on their behalf. Regardless I only recommend products or services I have personally read or used & think my readers will enjoy. 

Thursday, April 2, 2015

The Soup Club Cookbook ~ Review


The Soup Club Cookbook
by: Courtney Allison, Tina Carr, Caroline Laskow, Julie Peacock

ISBN: 978-0-7704-3462-5

$15.62 (paperback)
$11.84 (kindle)

About the book:
Food-sharing is the hot new thing in the "getting dinner on the table" conversation, and in The Soup Club Cookbook, four busy moms share not only their formula for starting a soup club--which gives you at least three meals every month when you don't have to worry about dinner--but also 150 fantastic recipes for soups and sides and storing tips for stretching those meals across the week.

Soup is forgiving, versatile, and perfect for sharing; it can be spiced to taste, topped elaborately or not at all, and dressed up or down. It travels well and reheats beautifully.  The Soup Club Cookbook also has dozens of tips for cooking in quantity and for tailoring soup to individual tastes and needs. Here, too, are simple guidelines for starting your own soup club, anecdotes, and a few cautionary tales that will inspire anyone to share food and eat well. 
 
Recipes include quick and easy's, classics, twist on favorites, and dozens of flavor-rich new crowd pleasers:  

   • Carrot Coconut and Chicken Chili, 
   • Senegalese Peanut Soup 
   • Faux Ramen 
   • Red Lentil Curry Soup 
   • Potato Cheddar Soup 
   • Sun Dried Tomato Soup 
   • Jeweled Rice Salad 
   • Cheddar Cornbread, 
   • Summer Corn Hash 
   • Soy Simmered Chicken Wings


My thoughts:
The title of this book intrigued me. Who wouldn't love to have dinner delivered to them at least 3 times a month by a friend? That's NO cooking, No shopping, NO asking "What the heck am I going to make TONIGHT???? The soup club is similar to a Freezer Cooking Party where several friends get together and prepare 10 recipes to throw into the freezer for another day. The difference is that with the soup club everyone makes up a soup recipe, jars it up and then everyone who wants to try that soup gets to take one home - its ALREADY MADE! The hostess can serve a light snack or one of the recipes from the cookbook for a luncheon.

Personally I think it would be better to can the soups in Pint or Quart Jars so they can be kept on the pantry shelf - however, if I planned on eating them up in the next week then I could just put them in the fridge & then use other containers to package up the rest for the freezer....  

The recipes are healthy, using many ingredients that you can get from your garden, the local farmer's market or your grocery store. I did like that the cookbook isn't limited to just soups but also includes side dishes, rolls, salads, veggies. The downside to the cookbook is: The recipes are large - so if you are a small family & not participating in a Soup Club be prepared to possibly need to freeze some, 1/2 a recipe, share with friends or have company. You'll need a large Stock Pot and possibly an immersion blender and some have lots of ingredients. Always remember, with soups it's hard to ruin a recipe - if you are missing an ingredient likely you can substitute or leave it out. Don't be afraid to have fun with this and try something new. =D

The Soup Club Cookbook would be ideal for a new cook, a wedding gift - even Mother's Day. I'd even suggest a copy of the book with a basket full of the veggies to make one of the recipes as a hostess gift or a birthday gift. Another idea: the soups could be prepared for shut ins, families with a new baby - or perhaps someone that needs a little Tender Loving Care.

Free Recipes available: There are several recipes from The Soup Club Cookbook posted on Amazon - Click here to find one you'd like to try!

Note: Due to the beauty of this book and the detailed recipes I highly suggest you treat yourself to an actual copy of this book. Unless you have an iPad or large notepad/laptop you will find it very hard to utilize the recipes and actually read this book. It's very detailed, some of the recipes you will have to refer to many times while cooking and the pictures, color detail and sketches in the book only add to the enjoyment you'll find with reading this particular cookbook.

Disclaimer: I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for my honest review. Regardless I only recommend products or services I have personally read or used & think my readers will enjoy.

I Love You Blankie ~ Review

It's been a while since I last did a review for a cute baby/toddler storybook. Many of you know that until last year I also blogged on Classic Children's Books and last year I made the decision to consolidate both blogs onto GivingNSharing and know the kids books are starting to come in again. =D My kiddos are excited and I have to say: So am I!

I Love You Blankie
by Sheryl Haft
ISBN: 978-0316283564
$8.99 (board book)

About the book:
A flowing sail, a hot air balloon, a fluffy cloud, a glowing moon... with a little imagination, a blankie can be anything!

This sweet and playful board book will encourage little ones to think big as they head off into dreamland. As bedtime nears, the blankie turns into a balloon, a cloud, and a shooting star, eventually placing him safely into bed where he can keep dreaming and snuggling, too.

Debut author Sheryl Haft and artist Jane Massey have crafted an adorable story around a universal bedtime theme. Featuring a soft padded cover, this is the perfect book to inspire sweet dreams.


My thoughts:
Gianna (15 months) and I opened a surprise book from a publisher about 3 weeks ago and she was so excited! Everyday the minute she walks in my door (she is a daycare kiddo) she immediately heads to a little bookshelf & reading nook that I set up just for her that has books for her to dump on the floor bring to me to read. Besides Animal Noises and a book about colors the other book that she needs to read everyday (several times a day) is I Love You Blankie! by Sheryl Haft.

The pictures are big, the colors attract her attention and while she doesn't understand that the child in the book is pretending she loves to "talk" about the whale and the balloon (Boo) and she also loves to point at the blankie. I see this storybook being a favorite for a long long time. 

I Love You Blankie is available NOW to order: http://bit.ly/ILoveYouBlankie

Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for my honest review. Regardless I only recommend products or services I have personally read or used & think my readers will enjoy.

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Need a GREAT Kids Book?


Please visit my other blog for GREAT Books
to read with your kids! You'll find adventure
and excitement for a wide range of ages 0-15. 

I am no longer blogging on that site (at
least for now....) but you can still find awesome
books on THIS site for kids approximately 14-15 through
adult in a range of genres: romance, christian, 
cooking, health, adventure & more!


Mom Bloggers Club & Friends! ~ Welcome

Hi everyone! 

This last year has been a struggle financially and with my health. I run a daycare from my home and keeping it full has been interesting but I still feel like I'm doing the right thing and right where God wants me to be. I've learned to be patient and lean on God for all my needs and over time my fibromyalgia has gotten under control more and more. In the last 7-8 months my pain has disappeared at least 70% thanks to using Lavender. (read my story here)

Please continue to pray for my exhaustion and back pain. This weekend I'm TIRED and my pain has increased with it. Standing straight sometimes is difficult until I walk a few steps and then I'm fine. Other times I have to get in a HOT shower and then the pain disappears for several hours so long as I'm not sitting or standing still for long. Good thing I have a 15 month old to chase hmmm?


I've started sewing Therapeutic Hot/Cold Rice Packs, Eye Pillows with Lavender, Bath Teas and Sachets to sell this summer at the farmers market as well as online. I thought I was going to focus on Essential Oils sales but feel more relaxed and comfortable being creative and I feel like I'm where I need to be. It helped that I sold tons of rice packs over the fall & holiday season too. =D

Visit me on Facebook HERE to see the therapy packs that I'm making. They are awesome for gifts, with kids in the cold car (I throw them in the car seats to warm them up - or let the kids hold them to keep their hands warm). I love using mine to keep me warm during the day or at night (I'm always cold!) and you can also use them straight from the freezer for sprains, bruises and aches & pains. I'll be adding other versions for kids & adults as well as other products this month too. 

Please leave your name & blog link below if you follow me on bloglovin'. So, SPAM me with your family friendly blog (nothing else please) or FB page - and I'll return the favor!







Saturday, January 31, 2015

Clean Slate ~ Book Review



Clean Slate: A Cookbook & Guide
Reset Your Health, Detox Your Body & Feel Your Best
ISBN: 978-0-307-95459-6
$17.10 (paperback)
$11.99 (kindle)

About the book:
It’s time to hit the reset button. This book emphasizes eating clean, whole, unprocessed foods as part of a primarily plant-based diet, with delicious and healthy recipes that make it easy to do just that. Refreshing juices and smoothies, savory snacks, protein-packed main dishes, and even delectable desserts will keep you satisfied all day long; among them are plenty of vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, and allergen-free options, each identified by helpful icons. Comprehensive, informative, and utterly satisfying, Clean Slate is the complete go-to guide for boosting your energy and feeling your best.

More than just a cookbook, Clean Slate, from the editors of Martha Stewart Living,provides you with the nutritionally sound information you need to shop for and prepare food that nourishes body and mind. You’ll find guidelines for restocking your pantry with whole grains, beans and legumes, lean proteins, and healthy fats; glossaries of the best sources of detoxifiers, antioxidants, and other health-boosting nutrients; and menus for a simple 3-day cleanse and a 21-day whole-body detox, with easy-to-follow tips and strategies for staying on track.
 
Get inspired by more than 160 beautifully photographed recipes organized into action-focused chapters, including: 

My thoughts:
I have a confession. I LOVE just sitting and looking at cookbooks. I don't actually cook out of them much anymore as my fibromyalgia advances and I don't have much energy but this book caught my eye because of the cover and the text on the front. 

I choose this book for a couple of reasons. 
1) I feel better when I watch my processed foods and while I don't do it 100% (and not even 80%) I do feel better when I cook my own food and eat healthier. It seems to help me control my symptoms & I'm not nearly as tired.
2) As the years have gone by I've gained weight and as I've gained I've gotten sicker and I'm ready for that to end. The phrase "Detox Your Body" caught my eye and I'm wondering if Detoxing will help me feel better in the long wrong as the chemicals & preservatives in processed foods, our everyday produce and meats leaves. I've been told it will - and it just might.

When I took it out of the package I was excited to find a book that was interesting, beautiful and caught my attention. I immediately fell in love with this book. It's truly beautiful. I don't say that lightly - the pictures are gorgeous and the information that is contained is interesting, well written and concise. It is not a DIET book - but more of a lifestyle change type of book. You will not find a book full of dry scientific facts like "why this works and why you shouldn't have.....". 

I found several weeks of menus - there is a 3 day and a 21 day Detox plan that is easy to use. The detox itself uses a variety of smoothies & salads that are filling and has enough flavor so you don't get bored. I think the thing that most impressed me is 10 pages of Smoothies with easy recipes that don't need special ingredients - there are mangos, pineapple, apples, kale - and that most dreaded veggie in MY house BEETS! Ugh. 

Breakfast was my favorite chapter and I even purchased some Quinoa to use to make Cardamom Quinoa Porridge. I haven't tried it yet - but will soon. I found chicken and fish and several side dishes I want to try.  One thing I always look for in a cookbook anymore (I am dairy, whey & soy intolerant & Baby is Gluten Free) is whether the recipes are labeled vegan, dairy, nut or gluten free. I found plenty of anti-inflammatory ingredients & recipes that will help with the pain and discomfort of a Chronic Pain condition. =D 

A few good recipes:
Replenish: Get off to a good start
Whole-Wheat Waffles with Strawberries and Yogurt; 
Poached Eggs with Roasted Tomatoes
 
Reboot: Drink to your health
Grapefruit, Carrot, and Ginger Juice;
Green Machine Smoothie
 
Recharge: Load up on vegetables
Roasted Mushroom Tartines with Avocado; 
Steamed Vegetable Salad with Macadamia Dressing 
 
Reenergize: Choose your snacks wisely
Warm Spinach-White Bean Dip; 
Trail Mix with Toasted Coconut
 
Restore: Make meals with substance
Wild Salmon, Asparagus, and Shiitakes in Parchment; 
Grilled Chicken with Cucumber, Radish, and Cherry Tomato Relish
 
Relax: Have a little something sweet
Dark Chocolate Bark with Hazelnuts; 
Berry-Almond Crisp

I'm planning on trying out the 21 day detox program and will let you know how I do. The only reason I'm waiting at this point is that I don't have a juicer for the smoothies. 

Anyone have any suggestions for a good juicer that is $50 or less? (that is easy to clean?)

Disclaimer: I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for my honest review. Regardless I only recommend products or services I have personally read or used & think my readers will enjoy.

Book Tour: Have I Told You Today How Much I Love You?



Have I Told You Today How Much I Love You?
by Cheryl Sturm
ISBN: 978-1500356804
$9.26 (paperback)
$3.99 (Kindle)

About the book:
Have I Told You Today How Much I Love You? is one way to express love - beyond an inch, foot, yard, mile, the moon, stars, and Mars - to anyone dear to you. It was written by Strum as a bedtime story for her nieces and nephews, but given that it teaches children some fun facts about measurements while reinforcing how much you love them, this book is an ANYtime story. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, godparents, and friends will enjoy telling the children in their lives how much they are loved.  This colorful book is a fun, quick read with both basic and profound lessons.

My thoughts:
Have I Told You Today How Much I Love You is a quick read for kids that explains the units of measurements and then uses those to talk about how much a parent loves their child. It starts with a inch, showing it on a ruler and showing 3 different items that are a inch in size - from there it builds up to a foot, yard, mile and the distance to mars and always ends with the parent saying "I love you this much!" or "I love you much much more." I would suggest this book for kiddos about 4-5 years old and using it as a lesson about measurement. They can use a ruler to measure different things in the house and out. 

Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for my honest review. Regardless I only recommend products or services I have personally read or used & think my readers will enjoy.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Jack Templar Monster Hunter and Reaching Your Reluctant Reader Review

Jack Hunter Monster Hunter
by Jeff Gunhus
ISBN: 978-0988425903
$ 9.86 (paperback)
$   .99 (kindle)

My thoughts:
This new Middle Grade book opens with a 13 year old's LAST SUPPER before he learns the truth about who he is and who his family is (or was). Jack Smith is our hero and he is a Monster Hunter. And the Monsters want to KILL HIM. Jack Templar Monster Hunter shares his experiences as he tries to stay 1 step ahead of the monsters!

There are several reasons this book is a must on your kid's bedside table. 
1) Monster Hunter is very well written. It's written like a diary and completely in 1st person. Usually I found this method very hard to read but this time it sucked me in and held me till I got it done.
2) You can tell the author took the time to write this story correctly - it catches a kid's attention and makes him WANT to read. The writing is very smooth, spelling & grammar is correct and very easy to read.
3) Action oriented - You kid will be on the edge of their seat throughout the whole book.
4) Read Aloudable (is that a word?) - I strongly encourage you to read this book with your kids at night (maybe not to close to bedtime if you are reading with younger kids). It's perfect to read aloud to kids 8 and up into early high school!

I'd say this book would be good for boys and girls 6-7 years and up. There is mention of Jack seeing a corpse floating face down in the river as he flies overhead (and it is about Monsters but we all know - Boys especially love Monsters and being scared). If your kids enjoyed Percy Jackson or Harry Potter books they'll enjoy this series. There is some violence. So, you need to really know your kid and what he/she can handle emotionally. Try reading it first if you aren't sure.

 
About the author:
Jack Templar Monster Hunter is book #1 of what will eventually be a 7 book series (Book #4 just came out October 2014). I wrote Jack Templar as a way to get my 11 year old reluctant reader excited about reading. It worked and he's now an avid reader. I wrote about my experience with him in a book for parents called Reaching Your Reluctant Reader. This small parenting book is available on Amazon with 100% of author proceeds benefiting Toys for Tots Literacy Program. 

You can purchase Reaching Your Reluctant Reader on Amazon to read on your Kindle device or computer for $1.99 here or purchase a hard copy for $6.26 here.


As a father of 5, giving my kids a passion for reading has been a challenge. Some of them immediately gravitated to books... others not so much. My experience with my reluctant reader forced me to research creative ways to encourage reading. I hope you agree with me that parents could benefit from the tips I discovered and listed in the Amazon article.

While I wrote the book for middle graders, the Jack Templar series has found a great audience with readers from upper elementary school through adults. Essentially, its the same audience who enjoyed Percy Jackson and Harry Potter books. The books are full of adventure to grab hold of even the most reluctant reader, but each book carries a positive message. Book 1 discusses how bravery is not being fearless, but doing the right thing even when you are afraid.

Disclaimer: I received on or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Combine Goal Setting & Scheduling with the Tools4Wisdom Planner


Tools4Wisdom Planners
by tools4wisdom.com
Available on Amazon

Several years ago I was at an Usborne Books meeting and one of the consultants had invested in a planner that was goal focused and also encouraged her to prioritize her daily tasks/goals at the end of the day. I thought it was a neat set up but never ordered one. A couple years ago when I started up my In Home Daycare I started looking around for something similar and even contacted one of the other consultants to see if she remembered what planner that was that was shown at our meeting and she couldn't remember which it was either.

Fast forward oh, 8-9 years and suddenly I find myself overwhelmed. The last couple of years I've put something together on my computer but it just wasn't quite fitting my needs. Between the daycare and my Simply Aroma business I really needed something that would help me stay organized. I am not very good with goal setting and/or follow thru & frankly the idea of doing every step of this planner is a bit to much for me - but then I don't think that is truly the idea behind a Goal Oriented Planner. To me I think it's more important to start in the areas you can do and then make an effort to add in 1 or 2 new tasks.

The Tools4Wisdom Planner which is one of the Top Rated Planners on Amazon & has several tools to help you succeed with Goal Setting:
1) A monthly calendar (I excell when using monthly calendars!)
2) A double page spread where I can list my main goals, new ideas for meetings, marketing, products, and also to prioritize my actions.
3) The beginning of the book starts with a very easy to read set of instructions on how to set Goals and also how to use my new planner.
4) Each month ends a set of pages where I can write notes to myself about Goal Completion, a section on Goals and how I did in completing them & reflecting on my success.


I can see myself using the monthly calendar for meal planning & tracking attendance for the daycare and using the weekly calendar sections to keep track of my Simply Aroma business: hostess coaching, orders, parties, training & more. Like I said above I'm not a very goal oriented person - but really this planner can be used in many many ways to suit your goal setting style (or not) and your priorities and needs.

Update 1/11/15:
I've now been using the planner for a couple weeks and more regularly in the last week. I think I'm really going to like using this planner more and more as the year goes by. There is plenty of room on the actual calendar to note school holidays, which kids I'm having when, all the little details a daycare (or nanny/parent) could need - dance, tutor's, school holidays, birthdays, etc.... as well as the all important vacation! lol I'm using the daily planner for my other business - to write notes from webinars, hostess info, directions, a to-do list and so on.

What I'd really like to see added to the planner is:
1) A Contact Section - family & business addresses/phone numbers
2) A section for websites/passwords (!!!) and notes about those websites.
3) Monthly Tabs on the side to easily find each month. I find myself going back & forth as I plan certain parts of the year in advance & as I set up my income/expenses spreadsheets on the computer & this would really help a lot. I keep forgetting to check at Walmart to for these little tabs.

Another thing I liked as I learned more about the Tools4Wisdom Planner is that they are working with active volunteers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to evolve & continuously launch new features in future planners. Maybe I'll see my suggestions in next years planner. =D

Learn more about Tools4Wisdom Goal Planners at:
FB: http://fb.com/Tools4Wisdom
Website: www.tools4wisdom.com
Amazon: www.amazon.com/tools4wisdom

Disclaimer: I received the Tools4Wisdom Planner in exchange for my honest review. Regardless I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. 

Gabriel ~ Kid Inventor needs some help!

How many of you remember the old Choose Your Adventure Books of the 1980's? These books were written to draw kids into and encourage them to pick up a book and have some control in how the story went. 



Creative Storytelling
Today I learned about a boy named Gabriel who has created a game of Storytelling Cards - a deck of 54 cards that kids can use for storytelling or as a fun game to play with their family & friends. Teachers can use it for Journaling or Writing exercises, Preschool Teachers can use it as Story prompts for memory building to help little ones  make up their own stories. 

You can help Gabriel get funding for his game on IndiGoGo - his goal is $5500 and so far he has 16 benefactors and $288 in his fund so he still has a little ways to go... Click Here to help him out.

Just a heads up part of the funding will also go towards the producing of more books in The Adventures of Joe-Joe Nut & Biscuit Bill Adventure Series. These books are science based and teachers in school districts or homeschools will be able to use them for students in the 2nd - 5th grades. These are mysteries that cover such topics as animal tracks, rocks & minerals, weathering erosion & art. You can learn more about these books on Gabriel's funding page as well as see the book covers. Or go to his mom's author website www.reneeahand.com .

Please feel FREE to leave an encouraging message for Gabriel on FB HERE and then help them out with a ReTweet here: 




Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Children's Music CD "Sing the Bible" with Slugs & Bugs ~ Review

Sing the Bible with Slugs & Bugs
by Randall Goodgame
$18.99 (Audio CD)

My thoughts:
We actually received this CD before Christmas and have been listening to it in the car and in the house while playing games. Gianna (1) loves to dance to it and I've caught Connor (7) listening to it very closely. It's great that it's based on scripture and many of the songs actually have the scripture address right in the song. The songs are upbeat and very catchy and even on the first time through I caught myself singing along as most of the verses are just repeated sentences. Very cute CD. There are also 4 others in this series that I could find: A Slugs & Bugs ChristmasSlugs & Bugs Under Wear?, Slugs & Bugs Lullabies and a DVD Slugs & Bugs - The Videos #1

About the CD:
Children's CD, "Sing the Bible" by Slugs & Bugs. Sing The Bible is the fourth installment in the popular Slugs & Bugs CD series for families. Written by acclaimed singer/songwriter Randall Goodgame and produced by Ben Shive (Brandon Heath, Jeremy Camp) Sing The Bible is the first Slugs & Bugs release featuring exclusively word-for-word Scripture songs.
The collection of songs is overflowing with rich and varied collaborations. On highlights “Freedom” and "Trust in The Lord" (Galatians 5:1, Proverbs 3:5-6), Goodgame is joined by The African Children’s Choir.  “Alien” (Deuteronomy 14:21), features hilarious spoken dialogue from Sally Lloyd-Jones, best-selling author of The Jesus Storybook Bible, and on “For Us” (1 John 3:16), Goodgame shares lead vocals with his daughter, Livi. “The New Testament Song,” includes a memorable harmonica performance by harmonica legend Buddy Green, and "Deuteronomy 6:5" includes the surprising vocal contributions of Count Dracula, Frankenstein, and The Wolfman... and some singing bumblebees.  
With infectious world beat and bluegrass influences, Sing The Bible raises the bar for children's music with such top Nashville musicians as Ron Block (Alison Krauss & Union Station), Stuart Duncan, (Dolly Parton, YoYo Ma), Dan Needham (Chris Tomlin, Michael McDonald), Jeff Taylor (Elvis Costello, Paul Simon) and others.
“These songs were written to help families learn scripture together,” Goodgame says. “My grand hope is that these Slugs & Bugs songs will help fasten God's word to the heart of all who listen. The musicians on Sing the Bible are some of the worlds best, but they did a masterful job of keeping the focus first and foremost on lifting up Scripture." 
A singer and sought-after songwriter, Goodgame has penned selections for Caedmon’s Call, VeggieTales, Jason Gray and Ginny Owens, among others. Along with award-winning singer/songwriter Andrew Peterson, Goodgame created Slugs & Bugs & Lullabies in 2007 to an overwhelming response from parents. Goodgame, who now helms the series, has released A Slugs & Bugs Christmas (2010) and 2011’s Slugs & Bugs Under Where?, as well as a Slugs & Bugs Vacation Bible School curriculum. His popular Slugs & Bugs LIVE concert for families tours in and out of the country all year long.

Disclaimer: I received on or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.