Thursday, April 9, 2015

Awesome Life Friday (iBounce Giveaway)

Time to party!  Here's a peek at what we've been up to this week (between sneezes and itchy eyes from Spring colds and allergies, that is):


Michael shares what comes in his 2nd Wet Shave Club subscription box.

After finding herself sunburnt, Jessica puts together an easy Skin Soother Bag and shows us how to do our own.

 Chelsea tried out a few flavors of Crazy Cups K-Cups.

Jessica works with Sinchies - clear, reusable snack pouches in a variety of sizes, and we're giving away a sampler pack to one of our readers!

 Crystal explains why cricket flour is a sustainable source of protein - and Exo protein bars are a great why to try it for yourself! Enter the giveaway for a  chance to win a 12-count box of Blueberry-Vanilla Protein Bars.

Before we move onto this week's features, we have a great announcement!  Last week, Jackie shared a review of the Jumpsport iBounce with iPad/Kindle connectivity.  This week, we've been allowed to give one away to one of our US readers!


To enter the giveaway, leave a comment in this entry as instructed by the Rafflecopter, then leave the name you commented under and your email in the box in the Rafflecopter entry. (This allows us to contact you if you win!)  This will open up additional optional entries to increase your odds of winning.

This giveaway is open to US RESIDENTS ONLY
and will end just before midnight ET on 4-24-15. 

The winner will be notified by email within 24 hours after the end of the giveaway.  In order to claim the giveaway prize, the winner will need to respond within 24 hours of notification, or an alternate winner will be selected.

Good luck everyone!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

 This week's features, as usual, offer lots of inspiration!  Here were our picks, although you should visit all the links, because there were so many good things going on!


Now that the days are growing warming, a main dish salad is just right for dinner, and this one looks delicious!

As a gardening neophyte, I relish clearly written tutorials like this one.

 Sweet and sophisticated neutrals turn old books into interesting decor elements.

These lovely lacy creations will let your favorite little girl be Queen of the May!




Thanks to everyone who shared!  If you were featured, please feel free to grab a button!



69 comments:

  1. I like how easy it is to assemble. I'm not handle. Brittney House

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  2. Thank you for hosting. Have a lovely week :)

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  3. Thank you so much for including my DIY Book Jackets among your features this week. Thank you for hosting - have a lovely weekend. Cathy

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  4. I liked the comparisons of their trampolines vs other trampolines.

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  5. It's cool that it can have the tablet attached to it!

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  6. I didn't realize that it came with an interactive fitness program for my son! I love that!

    Nicole Vosburgh

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  7. I learned that active learning series featuring an adorable kangaroo named RompyRoo.

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  8. This would be so awesome for my 5 year old son!!

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  9. I like the interactive fitness program

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  10. Late getting to the party this week - but love the posts I already see here! Thanks for hosting!

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  11. It's a great way to get exercise in!

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  12. I love the interactive fitness program

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  13. comparisons of these to tramploines was intersting

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  14. i learned that it isnt just a trampoline which is totally what i expected and i knew even my kids would love that, we live in apartments and they have always asked me for a trampoline but obviously that couldnt happen. so i was super excited for the chance to win one for them and then too see that it isnt just any trampoline but it interacts with your child is awesome. i love that it works not only on exercise but the brain too! for christmas i got my now 5 and 7 year old leap bands just for that fact and they absolutely love them. i am so behind this kind of engaging exercise that i also bought one for their nephew. thank you for the review this product looks awesome!!!

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  15. i think there are a few good things about this and one is interactive and i like that there are handles to hold on too makes it safer

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  16. That it assembles in 15minutes or less and it is a great way for my little one to excercise

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  17. I learned that is was a 2014 product of the year!

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  18. I learned that the company is very safety conscious and they have a trampoline basketball game! How fun!!

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  19. I learned it was a top toy and assembles in 15 minutes

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  20. I learned that it has a Sturdy handle bar adds stability so kids can work on their balance & motor skills!

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  21. AlleyOOP Sports Outdoor Trampolines include our Patented Safety Technology with integrated safety enclosure, and represent the ultimate evolution in trampoline safety and fun.

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  22. I learned that its easy to assemble, which I think is really important!

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  23. I learned that the JumpSport iBounce comes with an active learning series featuring an adorable kangaroo named RompyRoo.

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  24. It was the 2014 product of the year

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  25. The app is not available for Android yet :( It still looks awesome!

    MJ Moore

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  26. I learned that it helps develop coordination, balance and endurance for toddlers and younger kids.

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  27. I love the interactive fitness program!! My daughter would love that!! (Tiffany Banks) banks_family_5 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  28. you can use an i pad with it amysmeltzer21521 at yahoo dot com

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  29. I like that you can attach a tablet to it.

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  30. It's so cool!! It has an attachment for a tablet with an app for interactive fitness for the kids!

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  31. I like that it helps develop coordination, balance and endurance for as young as a toddler.

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  32. I love that it doesn't have traditional coils and it has such a big weight range, too!

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  33. It's cool that the trampoline has a Tablet Holder that you can add. Would be great to have for kids fitness and music videos.

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  34. I learned that it can be assembled in about 15 mins!! Trisha Burgess

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  35. I love that it's easy to put together and that it is interactive!

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  36. learned it's perfect for my little niece ages 2 to 5 years old. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  37. i didnt know it was the product of the year in 14!! my kids would love this!

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  38. I learned that it has a full 90 day warranty!

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  39. I learned that they were Toy of the Year for 2012, 2013 and 2014.

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  40. I LOVE that it has an active learning series!! I had no idea about this! I thought it was just a regular trampoline!

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  41. I learned that they are made specifically for younger kids with a focus on safety. I also learned that most accidents occur on the bouncing surface.

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  42. The interactive fitness program looks very nice.

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  43. Develops coordination, balance and endurance; perfect for my daughter!

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  44. I learned it can be easily assembled in 15 minutes and that it's intended for 2-5 years of age.

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  45. I learned that it says it takes 15 minutes to assemble but it actually takes 3 times that long. lol I also like that the JumpSport iBounce comes with an active learning series featuring an adorable kangaroo named RompyRoo.

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  46. I learned that it can be assembled in as little as 15 minutes and has won 7 awards.

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  47. It's recommended for ages 2-5. It has a mount for a tablet.

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  48. I learned that it has a mount for tablets, so cool!

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  49. I learned that he can play on his tablet and get excersize at the same time!

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  50. I learned (and love) how easy assembly is!

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  51. Customers Give JumpSport 5 Stars for Products and Service.

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  52. I love that it has an easy assembly and helps teach kids coordination. And better yet it gets them off the couch to exercise!

    Carly D.

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  53. How fun! Great that it teaches as well as gets kids to exercise. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
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    Jann

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  54. I learned that it's for children ages 2-5.

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  55. I learned that it is intended for kids 2-5 yo

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  56. I learned that it has a 90 day warranty.

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  57. I learned that the learning series is available as an app for iPad, as well as DVD form! Awesome!! I love this!

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  58. I learned that it is for ages 2-5 and it was product of the year 2014.

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  59. I learned that it has a interactive fitness program. This is such a bonus!
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  60. I learned that it is relatively lightweight, weighing 13.5 lbs.

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  61. I learned that it helps develop coordination, balance and endurance.
    racheljeramie (at) gmail (dot) com

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  62. I learned it is for ages 2-5.I also see that it has the ball and loop bungee cords when putting together. It looks so fun for my son and daughter.

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  63. I learned that it is easy to assemble and recommended for ages 2-5

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  64. I learned that they have an app that you can download to your iPad as well as a dvd, so that your child can bounce along with their program/ game.

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