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Review: Shavekit Razor Subscription

I’m currently on the hunt of the perfect razor blade and subscription service, and today I’m taking a look at Shavekit.

Razors are one of those things that can be expensive especially if we tend to buy the industry leading brands such as Gilette. 193 more words


I Signed Up for a #FabFitFun Annual Membership

Anyone else drowning in advertisements on the socials for FabFitFun or do they just know their demo? I was only two flashy reviews in and they had me. 1,130 more words


Apple's Safari browser leads the privacy battle

”Apple’s decision to put an army into the war against ads tracking and surreptitious finger-printing techniques used to identify and track people online is a huge – and necessary – step forward for everybody – even the ads companies,” Jonny Evans writes for Apple Must. 200 more words


Apple can't protect you from data trackers forever. No one can

”The battle to protect your privacy is like a roller coaster, with breathtaking highs and turbulent lows,” Alfred Ng writes for CNET. “It is, after all, a constant game between the technology that guards your information and the trackers that find new ways to profile you.” 714 more words


Japan Crate Mini Unboxing April 2018

It always takes me forever to get these posts up. I think both of my April boxes came late this time, but the May boxes came on time. 357 more words


Subscription Models: Price Elasticity

Paywalls, subscriptions…they’re on the rise for the digital versions of magazines and newspapers. And consumers seem to be willing to pay. Our research indicates that the sweet spot sits somewhere between $4.99 to $9.99 per month. 371 more words


Reconsidering Ipsy Subscription-My May Glam Bag

Hi blogging babes!

I wanted to share with you not only my Ipsy Glam Bag goodies (and baddies) for the month of May and to explain why I am considering canceling my subscription… 447 more words