I have had Comcast for over a year now and if I were allowed to have another provider in my apartment complex then I would switch in a heartbeat. It's a bit pricey and there are ALWAYS discrepancies on our bills. There are something like 100,000 Comcast employees and it seems like none of them are on the same page, and you will never speak to the same one twice. For almost the entire first year we were being charged $10-30 extra every single month for data overages and whenever I'd call about it they'd insist it was because we exceeded the whopping 300GB! FINALLY after the year was over and we were trying to sort out a huge mess of a bill (where they tried to charge us over $200 for a service we didn't have!) they sent us a new box -lo and behold it WAS a data leak, just as we said it was, and we haven't even come close to using the 300GB since. However, it's been a snowball effect of bad business since then. Weeks of calling every other day or so and writing one very intense letter finally got me on the phone with a woman from corporate who promised to make everything better . . it really did sound promising. Here we are though, trying to sort out another ridiculous bill. If I went into detail of every issue we've had with them . . *sigh* . . the only reason I gave them 2 stars instead of 1 (or zero!) is because their 75 mbps is great, if you have the money and patience to keep it.
I've yet to be disappointed by a Freschetta frozen pizza. Naturally Rising, Classic Supreme is my second favorite (Chicken Club is #1!) . . their ingredients always look and taste good. I buy Freschetta at Kroger at least every other week -at full price it costs a bit more than some other brands but it's worth it and Kroger has it on sale (or offers coupons) frequently!
I usually buy the original Dove bar soaps for my son, as recommended by his pediatrician, but last week I decided to try Dove's Sensitive Unscented because the other kind has such a strong fragrance. I bought the 2pk at Walmart for like $3, not bad. I have a seriously sensitive nose, I often detect even the faintest scents, and my blood hound sniffer picked up sort of a funky unpleasant odor in this soap. No one else seems to notice it so maybe it IS just me . . over all though, it's working well to cleans my sons skin without drying his skin out or leaving any residue. I'd buy it again, not for myself haha, but for my family.
I almost always buy my Herbal Essence products at Walmart because they are almost always in stock and they've got the best prices. Long Term Relationship has been one of my favorite shampoo/conditioner combos for 6 years or so . . even though I switch shampoos and conditioners constantly I always wind up with this one eventually. Now, I hadn't bought it in a few months or so but I got them the other day and *surprise!* it's pomegranate. I didn't even think to look at the bottle, I just grabbed the red one -it's STILL called Long Term Relationship but the the LTR that I am in love with was Raspberry scented. The scent was what really sold me on it so now I could take it or leave it. For the price, it is a good product- hair is clean, silky, smells good (at least the first day, I have fine hair so 2nd day hair is a little heavy at the roots & tangled at the ends) . . I could get the same results with a dozen other products. The smell though . . where are my raspberries?? That scent brought on crazy nostalgia for my college days.
I adore this polish. I don't always buy it because it IS more expensive than some of the other brands I like but when I do I'm never disappointed. They're always true to color, dry quickly . . smooth and flawless. They tend to resist chipping a bit longer than some cheaper brands so I like to use it if I have something special planned especially away from home and won't be able to do touch ups!
I love these Sally Hansen Nail Art colors. They're inexpensive, come in plenty of great colors, dry quickly and hold up. Some other brands are more expensive (might be worth it?) and I don't bother buying them because it works just as well to use a fine paintbrush with a regular bottle of nail polish . . but when it comes to this brand I don't often think twice before buying. Inexpensive and convenient for at home nail art.
Wet n' Wild nail polish has so many amazing colors to choose from and they're crazy cheap. This is one of my go to brands (and colors, RED!) because I can pick them up just about anywhere for a couple dollars or less, which is great when you have a nail emergency and need quick touch ups. They sometimes chip, fade or get goopy pretty quickly but for the price I'm willing to deal with it. SO, if they were more expensive I'd give fewer stars but all things considered they're my 5 star brand.
I like NYC nail polishes because they're super cheap, you can just swing by any Target, Walmart or drug store to grab one and when they get goopy just toss 'em . . I mean really, if you get a couple uses then you've already got your money's worth. They go on smooth and dry quickly (at LEAST for a few uses) . . they might not be as tough as some higher end products but they work in a pinch, especially if you change your color frequently!
I love the variety, so many amazing colors to choose from! It goes on smooth and slick and dries quickly. It's not expensive either. It does seem to get goopy faster than some of my other polishes though so I add a few drops of nail polish remover to score a couple extra uses before I toss it.