Rita Hazan’s Ultimate Shine Color Gloss Collection


Rita Hazan

Your hair can often be your “crowning glory”.

When I was younger I had A LOT of hair. So much so my hair dresser referred to it a “Lion’s mane”. It was long and super thick. It was so thick that trying to put it in a ponytail was a chore.

Fast forward 30+ years. My hair is still thick and long but it’s not as beautiful and luscious as it used to be. Age, the elements, years of hair care products, coloring and those dreaded perm years (I used to perm my hair as a teen/young adult) has left my hair drab and dull.

I still use hair care products and color my hair, but I am more “picky” about the products I use. I want to use products that will over all benefit my hair.

My hair is dull and lacking that healthy, youthful shine. That is not the case anymore now that I’ve had the opportunity to try Rita Hazan’s Ultimate Shine Color Gloss.

Here is a little background and information about the product I was sent to review.



I was sent to review the gloss for red hair and the clear gloss.

I normally color my hair an Auburn color. I’m a natural dirty blonde with strawberry highlights. I feel as though I should have been born with Auburn hair. I look so much better with Auburn hair. My natural hair color is just so “blah”.

I wanted to see how the gloss for red hair helped when I finally got around to coloring my hair again. The company also sent me the clear gloss which works with any hair.

Warning… if you have a lot of gray/silver/white hair the gloss makes them REALLY stand out. I found that out when I used the clear gloss before I colored my hair. I didn’t realize how much the gloss made those colors stand out until my husband said to me that he didn’t realize how much gray/silver/white hair I had. Yikes! That comment prompted me to color my hair right away.

This product is so easy to use. It also rinses out very well. I was concerned that it would leave my hair feeling stiff, sticky or have some kind of a funky residue on it. It doesn’t. Just put it on, wait a few minutes then rinse it out. It’s that easy.

I have tried both the clear and the red. Initially I thought the red was supposed to add a “tint” of hair coloring to my hair with use. I didn’t notice that at all. I think the colored glosses are more so to maintain your hair color (if you color your hair), not add color.

Me - although I don't think you can really tell how shiny it is from this picture.

Me – although I don’t think you can really tell how shiny it is from this picture.

I feel like the red has made the color keep in my hair a little longer then it usually does. My hair doesn’t seem to absorb hair coloring too well. I can color my hair and then 2-3 weeks later the color has faded and it doesn’t look like I colored my hair at all. I think the gloss has helped to slow down the fading process.

I didn’t think to take a before/after photo of my hair after I colored it. It would have been nice to compare the photos to see if the gloss really did keep my hair more colorful and vibrant then usual.

If you don’t color your hair the clear gloss would be perfect for you.

The product does work – and very well too I might add. It really does leave your hair shiny and healthy looking. It’s not a fake looking shine either. In the past I’ve used products that add shine that make your hair look like it was dipped in clear nail polish – meaning the shine looked fake. Not only that it made my hair look greasy.

With Rita Hazan’s Ultimate Shine Color Gloss your hair has a more youthful, healthy appearance. It’s not weighed down, nor does it come across as being “fake” or leave your hair feeling greasy. Your hair feels soft to the touch and you can style it any way you please.

Over all I am very pleased with the result. Even my teenage daughter enjoys using the clear gloss on her hair.

The gloss is available at Rita Hazan salons, www.RitaHazan.com, Ulta and Sephora.

You get a lot in each bottle which should last a decent amount of time with regular use (I use mine 2-3 times per week).

Does your hair need a bit of shine and vitality? What do you think about the hair gloss idea? Have you tried similar products?

Rita Hazan Ultimate Shine Gloss


*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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The Gnarly Whale 100% Vegan and Cruelty Free Bath and Body Products



When it comes to bath and body products I think I’m obsessed. I LOVE bath and body products. I have several favorites (many of which are products I was once sent to review), but I am always open to trying out new products and finding my next favorite.

When looking for products to use on myself, my family or in my home I always try to make sure that the products are non-toxic, cruelty free and ec0-friendly.

I am also a BIG fan of scents. I love scented thing! Soaps, sprays, air fresheners, candles, perfume… I love them all. Especially if they are unique scents and scents that last a long time.

Not too long ago I was introduced to a company called The Gnarly Whale.

Gnarly Whale


The Gnarly Whale offers men and women bath and body products that are 100% vegan, cruelty free, low impact and made with a minimal amount of ingredients. They even donate 10% of their profits to charity to help out causes like the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and a non-profit law organization called Earth Justice. Some people might recognize the Clearwater Marine Aquarium as the home (and rehabilitation center) for Winter, the dolphin made famous from the film Dolphin Tale. A squeal to the film, Dolphin Tale 2, is in theaters now. It opened on September 12, 2014.

The company first started out on the popular hobby site, Etsy by Ashley & Nathan Griffith in 2012. Their mission to cultivate a greener Earth has gained the attention of eco-conscious consumers with major retailers Urban Outfitters and Kitson, which sell the product line.

What I really like about this company – aside from being socially conscious and donating to charity – is that their products are available in 70+ scents. For someone like me who LOVES scented things, shopping on their site is like being a kid in a candy shop. Ha Ha.

Some of their scents include Peach Mango, Vanilla Cola, Thai Coconut, Pineapple, Sandlewood and Bubblegum.

The Gnarly Whale carries the following products;

Hair Care

  • Beach Waves Spray
  • Detangler
  • Shampoo

Body Care

  • Body Spray
  • Face & Body Scrub
  • Green Tea Facial Toner
  • Soap
  • Lip Balm
  • Beard Oil

I was sent a few products to review. I honestly couldn’t decide on what scents so I had the company sent me random products (surprise me!).

Lip Balm

I received a lip balm in Pina Colata scent. YUMM!!!!! The scent is amazing! It’s exactly like a real Pina Colata.

The lip balm is made with candelilla wax instead of beeswax so they are completely vegan. Other ingredients include coconut oil, jojoba oil, mango butter, grapefruit seed extract, vitamin e, and flavor and/or essential oils. There are no colored tints but the lip balm does leave your lips shiny and healthy looking.

I found the lip balm to be just a little too oily for my personal preference. I found that if I blotted my lips on a piece of tissue paper (the same way women take off excess lipstick) that the results were much more to my liking. Once the excess oil was removed my lips felt really soft and hydrated. The feeling lasts for a very long time too. It doesn’t wear off after a few minutes. I can apply the lip balm in the AM and it will stay on my lips for for a few hours.

It applies smoothly due to the oils unlike other lip balms which are made out of wax. This is much more gentler in your lips.

I also received a of Beach Waves in Lemon scent. Beach Waves products are made out of water, Mediterranean sea salt, coconut oil, aloe vera gel, grapefruit seed extract, essentials oils and/or fragrance.

The lemon scent is very light. It reminds me of a lemon drop candy.

The Beach Waves product is simple to use. Simply spray it on wet hair and let it air dry to give your hair that “beachy” look with loose waves.

I was worried that the salt would dry out my hair or make it “crunchy” and stiff when I touched it. That wasn’t the case at all. I think the oils and aloe vera gel help to soften the salt.

I have really thick hair. I used the product as directed and found that the top layer (outer layer) of my hair had a nice wave to it but the hair underneath didn’t seem to be affected by the product. In defense of the product my hair is VERY thick and heavy and it’s possible the outer layer of hair weighs down the rest of my hair to much.

Beach Waves

I also have a bit of a natural wave to my hair too. I found that the Beach Waves spray made the wave more defined looking – kind of like how it would look if you used a hair gel except not sticky or weighed down.

As for the waves they lasted a long time. I was impressed by that. That is if you leave your hair alone and don’t comb it or run your fingers through your hair. If you do that you could disturb the beachy-wave and it will come undone. Not all the times, but I have noticed that happen from time to time.

When I am at work I sometimes get very warm and have to throw my hair up in a ponytail. A few times when I removed my ponytail at home I did notice that the beachy waves were still there.

This product would probably be amazing on someone with thinner hair. My daughter’s hair is equally as thick as mine – and longer. She was only able to get a little wave at the ends of her hair. She liked it but wished more of her hair would get wavy.

The products washes out well too. There is no left over residue or stickiness.

I also received a bottle of Detangler in a Coconut Milke and Peach scent. I LOVE this scent! At first you smell the coconut but if you want just a few moments you’ll notice the peach scent. It’s almost like two scents in one because each scent stands out at some point. I love it! I wish the scent would last all day (it doesn’t).


The Detangler is made out of water, aloe vera gel, glycerin, grapefruit seed extract, and essential oils and/or fragrance. 

As I mentioned, I have very thick hair. I do get a lot of knots in my hair, especially when I first get out of the shower. I found that the Detangler really does help to lessen, and at times eliminate, the number of tangles and knots I get in my hair. It works on dry hair too.

This would be great to use with children.

The Gnarly Whale carries a nice assortment of products and fragrances. I am planning on trying out more products and scents in the near future, especially the scrub, soap and body spray. I bet the body spray is awesome.

For more information about The Gnarly Whale please visit www.TheGnarlyWhale.com. You can also find the brand on the various social networking sites. All the links are found at the bottom of the brand’s website.



*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Gorgeous jewelry from Waffles & Honey



Did you ever hear of a business name that totally catches your attention? Some fun examples would be Indiana Bones and the Temple of Groom (dog grooming salon), The Found Sock (laundromat), Lawn & Order (landscaper) and Shear-Lock Combs (hair salon). These are actual business names.

What do you think of when you hear the name Waffles & Honey? My first thought is a restaurant, like a home town country restaurant.

Whatever Waffles & Honey is, it’s an adorable name.

Waffles & Honey is a company that creates jewelry. It’s was named after the owner’s (Karina Harris) pets. I think that is a fun idea. My family has several pets. I don’t think I could call a business Espn Velcro Kitty Padmé Anakin Bella Fishy Wishy Wudy (or dog, cats, fish and adopted wild bunny). Ha Ha. Unless I use the first initials, but EVKPABFWW doesn’t sound as cute as Waffles & Honey. :-)


Karina’s passion for designing gorgeous jewelry started when she entered a local bead store in San Francisco. When she became a teenager she traveled a lot around the world including Africa, Asia and South America. She was inspired by the jewelry designs and textiles that she came across during her travels.

Karina’s designs for Waffles & Honey Jewelry reflects Karina’s travels.

Adorned with hand selected jewels and dripping in 14 and 24 karat gold, our pieces will inspire your readers to indulge in one of a kind luxury. Handmade in small batches in San Francisco, each timeless piece of jewelry is designed to make the wearer exude unique grace and elegance. Our pieces are made to fit every reader’s personal style and can be worn individually, for a simplistic look, or stacked for maximum effect.

Waffles & Honey was kind enough to send me a piece of jewelry to review. Let me tell you it was very hard to narrow it down to one piece. Each of their pieces is unique looking and very beautiful.

Waffles and Honey

Notice there are two different gold chains?

I finally selected the 3/2 Necklace in Labradorite. Not only is the necklace beautiful, but I love the legend that the stone contains Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) which explains why it has a “Labradoressence” (displays different colors). I thought it was a fun legend and the stone has a greenish-gray hue to it (my favorite color is green). 

The necklace is 30″ long which is perfect for me. I don’t like necklaces that are too short. They often fall inside my shirt and no one gets to see them. This necklace is the perfect length.

The necklace has two different chains which I think is a nice touch. Most of the necklace is made of small, gold, oval links. The part of the necklace that connects the three stones is made with bigger and longer gold oval links.


Waffles and Honey Necklace

I LOVE the stones. They are very pretty. They change color when the light hits them a certain way. They are very shiny too. They have good weight to them too.

The stones have a unique shape to them too. They remind me of chubby tear drops (for lack of a better description).

I have received a few compliments on the necklace and even my teenage daughter really likes it. I think it if it can impress a hard t0 impress teen that should tell you something. Ha Ha.

I tried to take my own photos but it didn’t do the necklace justice. The necklace is so much more beautiful in person.

I also love that it can be dressed up or dressed down. This piece is great for running errands around town or a night on the town. It’s very versatile and can be pair with other pieces if you are into the layered look.

Check out some other pieces currently available at Waffles & Honey.

Waffles and Honey


Waffles & Honey carries necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets. These lovely pieces retail for $50-$315. They are available on the Waffles & Honey website, www.WafflesandHoney.com. The brand is also found on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest (links found on the brand’s website).

What do you think about Waffles & Honey jewelry? Do any of the pieces showcased here catch your eye?



*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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The Goldbergs: The Complete First Season now available on DVD


The Goldbergs The Complete First Season

I grew up in the 80’s. I hate to admit that (it makes me seem “old”) but it’s true. I was born in the last 60’s. I was a child in the 70’s and a teenager in the 80’s.

The 80’s were a lot of fun. The music, the hair, the fashion… it was certainly a very unique decade.

I love it when my teens watch music videos from the 80’s. They find them “trippy”. They can’t understand them. Frankly I don’t think 80’s music videos are supposed to make sense. I think they were meant to be silly.

Have you seen the ABC family comedy The Goldbergs? The Goldbergs is a series about a family living in the 80’s complete with big hair, neon clothing and the lack of current technology.

Did you know that The Goldbergs is loosely based on the show’s creator’s own family? The series creator, Adam F. Goldberg, had a family similar to the Goldbergs including some of the family’s misadventures.

Here is the show’s official synopsis.

Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for just showing up, and peanut allergies, there was a simpler time called the ’80s.  For geeky 11-year old Adam these were his wonder years, and he faced them armed with a video camera, ready to capture all the crazy.

The Goldbergs is produced by Happy Madison Productions, Adam F. Goldberg Productions and Exhibit A Productions in conjunction with Sony Pictures Television. It was created by  Adam F. Goldberg (Fanboys) and executive produced by Adam F. Goldberg, Seth Gordon (“Marry Me”) and Doug Robinson (“Rules of Engagement”).

Available today on DVD is The Goldbergs: The Complete First Season.

My family and I have watched several episodes but admittedly we’ve missed several too.

We like the series. It’s funny. At times I can almost relate to the show and the characters.

I met Wendi McLendon-Covey earlier this year in Los Angles. She is a WONDERFUL person. I truly enjoyed each and every moment I had with her. Even though she’s the celebrity she was more interested in me and my life. I’m still shocked that she cared what I had to say and asked ME questions when it should have been the other way around.

Me and Wendy

Oh I love her! She’s such a sweet lady. I still find it hard to believe she’s the mom from The Goldbergs. I think it’s her hair in the show that throws me off. LOL!

The Complete Series includes all 23 episodes from the first season on three DVD discs. The episodes included in the collection are pictured below.


There are a lot of great bonus featueres included in this collection.

  • Cast and Crew Commentary on five episodes:  Never Say Die!, Kara-Te’, Call Me When You Get There, Lame Gretzky & You Opened the Door
  • Five All-New Featurettes:

o   Blast from the Past:Making Season One – Go behind-the-scenes with the cast and creator Adam F. Goldberg to get the inside scoop about creating this dysfunctional, yet loving family.

o   Our House: The ‘80s Revisited – A tour of the Goldberg house with the production design and props team to get a glimpse into the intricate ‘80s detail from the show.

o   On Set with Jeff Garlin – Spend a day behind the scenes with the patriarch of the Goldberg family.

o   Patton Oswalt: Adam Grows Up –Hear from Patton Oswaltabout his favorite moments from the show & a rare glimpse into his process as narrator.

o   Costumes of the ’80s: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – From Beverly’s sweaters to Murray’s tighty whiteys, fans can tour the wardrobe department with Costume Designer Keri Smith.

The complete collection has a run time of 495 minutes and is not rated, although I feel this is a family friendly series. It’s released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

My family and I have not made it completely through the entire collection – yet. We watch and episode or two here and there whenever we can. It’s nice to catch the episodes that we missed in the first season.

Look for The Goldbergs: The Complete First Season wherever DVDs are sold.

Are you a fan of The Goldbergs? Do you have a favorite character and/or episode? Feel free to share your thoughts.

The Goldbergs Screen Shot


*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Movie Review: Draft Day plus giveaway (ends 9/20/14)


Draft Day Blu-ray

It’s football season. Changes are football fans have already had their fill of the game with Thursday night football, football all day on Sunday and not one but TWO Monday night football games today (Sept. 8th). So far it looks like it’s going to be a great season. Not for all teams (my husband’s team especially) but the season just started so there is still time to turn things around.

My husband’s birthday is in April around the same time as the NFL draft. For his birthday every year he doesn’t ask for a gift but rather to be able to sit and watch the draft play out on television. How he can sit and watch it for hours at a time I’ll never know.

One day I hope to surprise him with passes to be at the draft in person. They hold it at Radio City Music Hall which is not too far away from where we live. That would be a dream come true.

To be honest, watching the draft can be dull, especially if you are not a die hard fan or have a vested interest in one of the players. At least that is how I looked at it until I saw the film Draft Day.

Draft Day stars Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Sam Elliot, Terry Crews, Frank Langella, Denis Leary and Sean Combs. This is an impressive all start cast.

What you see on television when you watch the NFL draft is nothing compared to the drama, wheeling and dealing that goes on behind the scenes in the “war room”.

Kevin Costner plays Sonny Weaver Jr., the General Manager of the Cleveland Browns. As the General Manager it’s his responsibility to pick the best players for his team. Since his team is in a “funk” it’s important that he makes some great picks for his team at the draft.

Sonny father recently passed away which only adds to his stress. To make things even more stressful his girlfriend Ali (Jennifer Garner) is pregnant.

How he doesn’t snap under all this pressure I’ll never know.

Draft Day Screen shot

I think I got whip lash when it came to all the wheeling and dealing to trade draft picks with other teams. After a while I got lost but my husband was almost mesmerized by the whole film. He “got it”.

I foolishly thought this film had another story line and that the draft stuff was secondary. That was not the case. This film is all about the draft and what goes on behind the scenes. Soap operas don’t have nothing on the NFL Draft! It’s crazy confusing and very stressful. Even I was getting a bit frazzled by the situation.

Don’t get me wrong, it was a good film, but I think you have to be really into football to appreciate the film as much as it should be. My husband loved it. He thought it was fantastic. I got lost and sort of gave up trying to keep up with things and just enjoyed the film “as is” without getting too deep in thought about it.

I think all the actors did a fantastic job. I was a bit surprised by Jennifer Garner in the role of Ali, but she made it work. I’m so used to seeing Jennifer in silly, light hearted films like 13 Going on 30 and The Odd Life of Timothy Green. I’m not used to seeing her in more serious roles.

I was surprised to see Sean Combs in the film. I never thought of him as an actor but he did really well in his role.

Football fan will enjoy the cameo appearances from actual NFL players like Deon Sanders, Jon Gruden and Ray Lewis.

The film comes with special features.

Blu-Ray Special Features:

  • “On The Clock: The Making of Draft Day” featurette – Cast interviews and a look behind the scenes in the making of this film.
  • “Welcome to Primetime” featurette – An interesting look into the real NFL draft.
  • Audio Commentary with Writers Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman – I never do commentary. I find it distracting.
  • Deleted Scenes 
  • Theatrical Trailer

DVD Special Features;

Audio Commentary with Writers Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman

Deleted Scenes

Here is the film’s trailer for your enjoyment.


If you would like to learn more about this film check out DraftDayTheMovie.com. You can also find the film on Facebook, Twitter (@DraftDayMovie) and Instagram.

The film is rated PG-13 for language and sexual references.

One lucky reader will win Draft Day on Blu-ray/DVD combo pack.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on September 20, 2014 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me what your favorite NFL team is – OR – why you would like to win a copy of this film?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries wont’ qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

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*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review. There was no ccompensation The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Break free from cellphone contracts with Net10 Wireless



It seems like everyone has a cellphone these days. Many families, such as my own, have even opted to do away with a home phone and simply use our cellphones. We thought it was silly to pay $50+ a month for a home phone that we never used.

I work in a childcare situation and I can’t tell you how many times I have seen very young children walk into our room with cellphones, and not just their parent’s cellphone. Many times the cellphones belong to the child. I’m talking about children as young as 5 or 6 years old.

Back in the day when my kids were younger they had “no frills” flip phones. These days kids are coming in with iPhone 5’s and Galaxy Notes.

When we first picked up phones for our children it was out of necessity. We had an incident at summer camp that warranted us to get our kids phones. They were more so for emergency purposes only, or to let us know if they needed to be picked up from a friend’s house.

At that time my husband and I had a cellphone plan but we weren’t ready to put our kids on our plan. Instead we used a pay-as-you-go plan which worked out very well for us. These days our kids are on the same cellphone plan we’re on.

Girl cellphone

The reason why we didn’t want to put our kids on our plan initially was because we wanted to see how things worked out with their phones. We didn’t want to put them on our plan then have to pay a huge penalty fee for discontinuing their portion of the contract.

If you’ve ever tried to cancel a cellphone contract I’m sure you know how much of a headache that is. Not only that most carriers charge you a hefty fee for early cancellation.

I guess I can understand why companies don’t want you to end their contract but at the same time I dislike contracts because it makes me feel like I’m “trapped”. Essentially you are when you think about it.

Net10 Wireless offers consumers something that most carriers won’t – no cellphone contract. The means you are free to cancel at any time – no questions asked.

Net10 Wireless not only offers you no contract service but they also offer a variety of airtime choices so you can customize your service to the way you like it.

Net10 Wireless plan


Starting at only $40/month, consumers can experience unlimited talk, text and data. Knowing how much we are playing for unlimited talk, text and data Net10 Wireless is a bargain at only $40 a month.

The plans vary so you are able to pick the one that is right for you. There are even talk only plans that would be ideal for children who don’t need the text and data option. Those plans start as low as $20 for 200 minutes of talk time (no international calls and no auto-refill).

I find it interesting that Net10 Wireless also has contract free family plans for 2-4 people. These plans include talk, text and data. Data includes things like checking email and surfing the internet.

Another think I like about Net10 Wireless is that allow you to use your own device rather than buy a phone from them. That means you can keep the phone you love while enjoying the service from Net10 Wireless. That also saves a lot of money because you are not obligated to purchase a new phone through them. Net10 Wireless works with any cellphone from any network.

Of course if you are looking to get a new phone, Net10 Wireless carries many popular cellphones including iPhones, LG and Samsung.

Net10 Wireless offers consumers the nation’s best 4G LTE networks at about half the cost.

Net10 Wireless sent me a phone and some pre-paid airtime cards to test out their service for myself. I was very impressed. I had no issues whatsoever with the service. No matter where I brought the phone I picked up service just fine. I was worried that their service might be limited but that was not the case at all. It didn’t matter if I was at home, work, at the mall, or visiting family upstate, the service was available where ever I went.

Net10 Wireless

Set up was super easy, even for someone like me who tends to be “technologically challenged”. I was able to set things up quickly and easily and start using the phone right away. I enjoyed the phone too. I have an iPhone and I was sent a Galaxy which is an Android phone so it was fun to explore the different things you can do with an Android.

Using Net10 Wireless I was able to do everything I would normally do on my phone including read and reply to email, update my Facebook status, share photos on Instagram and surf the internet. I was able to text with no issues either.

I only used the phone a few times to talk a few times but each time the connection was crystal clear and I wasn’t disconnected or experience any static.

In other words, I had the same exact quality service using Net10 Wireless as I do with my current cellphone service provider. The only difference is I pay a small fortune for service and if I cancel our contact earlier I’ll have to pay a hefty penalty fee.

When it comes time to renew our contract my husband is going to look into Net10 Wireless, especially when it comes to our kid’s phones. Our son doesn’t use his as much and our daughter will be paying for her own phone service once she gets a job. We’re just “stuck” for now because we can’t get out of the contract. With Net10 Wireless this would not be an issue.

If you are interested in learning more about Net10 Wireless, their plans and the phones they offer (or how you can use your own phone) visit www.Net10Wireless.com. You can also look for a Net10 Wireless dealer near you on their site.

Don’t forget to check out the brand on social media too – Facebook and Twitter (@Net10_Wireless).

What do you think about Net10 Wireless? Does it sound like a better option than your current cellphone plan?

Do you have any contract cancellation “horror stories” you’d like to share?

Net10 Wireless


*I received a free phone and air time in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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