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I bought this for a couple of months for my wife during her pregnancy. Now, it doesn't compare at all to eating real fruits and vegetables, but it definitely works as a good meal replacement shake (she got her chocolate fix!) while providing all the benefits of a multivitamin.
You know this 'Cloud' version of Photoshop is a total ripoff when you see that the older CS6 is running from $500 to $1500 dollars. Obviously people are willing to pay top dollar to get hold of the superior stand-alone software that you only had to pay for ONCE! I deeply regret not picking up a copy of the old software back when it was reasonably priced. Hopefully the Photoshop CC will quickly prove to be a failure so that Adobe will start selling the non-cloud version again.
I've had my Fitbit Flex for about a week. At first, I was fairly impressed when I actually counted my steps and compared it to the Fitbit calculations. However, it can be very quirky and inaccurate under certain circumstances. I have mine on my right wrist, and I am right-handed, so I made sure to set it to the "Dominant" wrist setting. But, to get truly accurate readings, your arm really needs to be at your side. If I'm carrying things around the house, I don't get an accurate count. If I'm walking through the store, pushing a grocery cart, I don't get an accurate count. It seriously under counts my steps. I'd like to send it back and exchange it for the Fitbit One, which I have since heard is more accurate. However, I didn't realize that Amazon only takes returns on unopened items, and otherwise charges a restocking fee. And, I'm not sure this is defective. I think it's just not accurate. Should have bought this from a Brick & Mortar store.
This is my third stroller for our almost 9 month old baby! I was all set on purchasing the Baby Jogger City Mini (as many who buy the Britax B-Agile have mentioned) when the salesperson said that she recommended the B-Agile over the BJCM. She pointed to all the "better thought out" features and the one that really stood out was the brake bar in the back. I'm not that tall (5'5") but even I could see myself kick that bar every time I would use the stroller. I also hated the look of the brake bar -- it was so large and unappealing. Plus, trying to press on the brake was tough; getting it to disengage was even tougher. But I LOVED all the color combos of the BJCM, the handle bar was a tad taller, the canopy a smidgen longer and the most important fact: that it was the original with that ingenious seat handle one-fold design. I like to support original design! But I couldn't help but be distracted by the brake bar. My second stroller is the Uppababy G-Luxe and we both tend to step on the back wheels when using it so I knew that if many others have complained about the brake bar then it's probably going to happen for us as well. My 2nd stroller is lightweight but just not the right one for frequent use. I wanted something super durable that wouldn't take up all of my trunk space! My usual stroller was a travel system Chicco Keyfit 30 Cortina. It has done me proud. I found it extremely easy to unfold and fold and attach the car seat for seamless, "covered" naps. But it really took up the full horizontal length of my trunk. And I realized that I would like to get my trunk back. At least 1/2 of it! So that's where I came to search for my 3rd and hopefully final stroller...(unless that is I have another baby!)...
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