I bought a small batch of this brand for my kitten to try out and he absolutely loves it! It's the only food he devours immediately, as opposed to taking a few bites every few minutes. It has great ingredients, which are natural and has no filler, and actually looks like food. The price is a bit steep, but for the quality it makes sense. I probably won't buy a full case of these, but it'll be nice to be able to grab a few cans here and there for a treat.
This is a game with a fun level highly dependant on who you end up playing with. If you have an entertaining group of friends or don't mind teaming up with randos then it will probably stay entertaining for a while. But there isn't a story line and the quests are highly repetitive, and while you can solo play you are an easy mark for other players which takes the fun out of it when you are constantly being boarded or stolen from. I don't see this one lasting for years unless it goes through some major updates.
I began shopping at Chewey because Amazon decided to put my cat's food as a Prime exclusive and I haven't looked back. Chewy has some great prices on their supplies and if you choose to automatically buy food every month (like a subscription) you get a bit of a discount as well. The shipping times are really quick as well, which is fantastic when compared to other sites that take the longest amount of time every single time. This site has been such an anxiety saver. Not to mention they seem to actually care about their customer base. I received a personalized card thanking me for my order (written in several different colored sharpies no less).
I really liked the fact that this bottle had a little section in the bottom specifically for you to place things you would like to infuse into your water. It keeps it contained so there is no fruit floating around and out of the way of the straw. These bottles do have some issue with water shooting out of the top at times, but it's infrequent. If you don't plan to use the infuser I do recommend getting another bottle from the same brand without the section on the bottom. It is impossible to drink the water out of that bottom section as the grate stops the straw.
I started out loving this series, but somewhere towards the middle, it started to become somewhat tedious to get through. I found Kaname to be creepy and was frustrated to have so much of the story focus on his relationship with Yuki. After losing some interest all the political maneuvering towards the end became more than I could care for.
Crunchyroll is a streaming service for anime and Japanese dramas, that offers a free service and a premium service. The free service is fairly standard and it comes with ads. Depending on the show you may only have two ads evenly spaced out in an episode, or you may get slammed with 4 to 5 per episode. I personally have the premium and I love it. There are no ads and you get access to the latest episodes to come out of Japan without having to wait. You can also read a selection of manga on the site itself, however, I personally don't see that as a reason to subscribe as the selection is limited. If you enjoy watching anime regularly then it is absolutely worth subscribing too. It's inexpensive and they have a very large selection to choose from. It is all subbed anime, so if you prefer English dubs you maybe want to look elsewhere.
I decided to try this food out after finding it on sale and my kitten adores it. He enjoys almost all food, but he digs into this much more readily than others. The ingredients list is fantastic and from what I can tell the company themselves does some pretty great work. The pricing of this food is on the high side though, and I recommend trying to find an individual can or two first to give it a shot to see if your cat takes to it. Otherwise, you might be out $30+.
This is my second time trying out Merrick's wet cat food, but this time with much less success than before. My cat did not care for this at all. He nibbled at it a few times but spent most of the time attempting to bury it in the tile floor. This also has the same issue I had before with the cans not being completely filled. For the price of this food I definitely expected much more from them.
As with the shampoo this is not one that I would have grabbed for my hair type, and I tend to avoid conditioners because they irratate my skin. This one still caused me some irritation, though I wouldn't say that it's the brand's fault as I have always had issues with conditioners. It does smell amazing and my hair was left feeling light and soft.