Well. Comcast is Comcast. There are not a huge variety of other options where I live. It's fine, as long as a person does not need to call the service live, because with that comes the endless barage of transfers, automated questions later asked by a real person (if your'e lucky), etc. You deal with it, because there is no other option.
I love the smell of gold Dial. It reminds me of after finishing a solid workout/ run and showering off. Nothing fancy- no frills such as moisturizers, granules, massage lumps- just clean and fresh smelling. No matter how many other soaps I have in my shower, I always have a bar of gold Dial.
This sunscreen seems to stay on after applied much longer than many other brands do. The scent is not overpowering or coconutty in the way that bugs smell you from afar and land on you. I've never had any skin irritations when using this, and when applied according to directions, has never allowed me a sunburn.
I prefer the plain-old dependable non-flavored Pringles. They remind me of summers at the cabin. There really isn't another chip that is as light as a Pringle and doesn't involve grease on your fingers when you finish eating them. Tried and true standard for my chip-eating behavior.
This is great stuff. It goes down in a few gulps and there you have 4 grams of protein, limited sodium, and don't feel stuffed to capacity after finishing it. I haven't found any other low-sodium counterparts to this, so it's the only game in town for me.
This is the option that is closest to what I drink every morning- Trop50 no pulp vitamin C and zinc. Love this stuff. Soo much less sugary and syrupy than regular orange juice, but still tastes delicious. I can't really understand why people still purchase high-calorie, sugar-laden orange juice when this is available.
Diet Dr. Pepper is the nectar of the Gods. This soda tastes almost exactly like the regular version, but isn't so heavy and sweet that it coats your tongue. I allow myself one soda a day, and this is always my choice with no regret.
Easy to pair with pretty much anything- cheese, nut butters, veggies, etc. I appreciate that they have a reduced fat variety that is still tasty- often when I have tried a regular Wheat Thin they taste too heavy and bulky for me. A pretty healthy choice amongst other chip options.
This is the closest option available to the regular smokehouse almonds I always buy. Sure, they're full of salt and artificial flavorings, but at least there is an almond under that/ aka better for you than Cheetos! The little can of these are mandatory for me when taking road trips- yum.