Thursday, August 27, 2015

A Few New Products to Try (& a Mini Giveaway)

I am always keeping me eye out for new stuff that makes life easier or better or tastier. Sometimes, I just need a bit of zest in my day and like to experiment.

Yesterday I was cleaning out my mini appliance cabinet. It is full of crap. Waffle irons that make heart-shaped waffles (used only at Valentine’s Day). A sandwich maker that hasn’t been used since 2009. A crockpot (not at all useless, I use that thing to death – right now I’ve got a pork roast in there), another waffle iron (we all need Belgium waffles in addition to heart shaped waffles) and a rice cooker (also under-used).

I noticed  bright blue thing in the back – a gift we received at Christmas that I never even opened because who needs one more mini appliance. Actually I thought it was a spaceship for Barbies or Polly Pockets.

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Hmmm…what is this thing and how does one use it?

After watching a very corny stupid tutorial, I was hooked. Anyone who knows me knows I am a huge egg eater. I will eat an egg on anything. Day-old casserole? Plop a fried egg on top and call it lunch. Toast smeared with avocado? Poach an egg and put that sucker on top. Don’t even get me started on pizza with an egg on top (I first had this when I spent a semester in Paris. When knew this was a thing?)

Here’s the thing with this egg maker. It’s easy, no mess, quick and make the perfect eggs. You can poach, do omelets or make hard boiled eggs. You throw in water, put on the lid and push the “on” button. It cooks the eggs and then turns off automatically. This thing rocks the house.

Me poaching an egg today. Fascinating.

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Then putting it on zucchini brown rice casserole with a smathering of hot sauce. BAM.

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So, there you have it. I don’t know if this particular brand is still available (it is the MCM brand and I think it came form QVC), but there are many others like mine.

Onto my second product. Nothing says goodness more than three words = Honey Stinger Waffles. I feasted on them throughout marathon and Ironman training. The perfect breakfast? Two waffles held together by almond or peanut butter. In the past years, the waffles have gotten fancier with new flavors. I just noticed there is now a CARAMEL waffle and the thought of that has me drooling. Maybe I will put an egg on it.

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Anyway, I just ordered a few boxes from Amazon because I have PRIME, shipping is free and they come out to about $1 per waffle. Nice.

Last thing…

There are a bazillion running socks on the market. I know because I have a drawer full of them. If you are like me, you have favorite brands or certain socks you wear with certain shoes. However, these new socks I tried have a new twist. Yes, they are a great running sock, but there is something else.

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For every pair you buy, Bombas donates a pair. They are motivated by a quote heard from the Salvation Army, “Socks are the number one most requested clothing item at homeless shelters.” I did not know that.

Anyway, Bombas kindly sent me a few pairs of socks, which are awesome. I have an unopened, unused pair (navy blue) to give to someone…so…in the comments tell me about the last thing you donated or gave to someone. Then I will send the winner a pair of socks and I might put an egg on it.

Best new product you’ve tried lately?

SUAR

101 comments:

  1. oooo have you seen the gingersnap honey stinger waffles? they are SO good. those and the lemon. i want to just eat them by themselves. I... well, not to toot my own horn, but I work down on skid row in los angeles providing outreach, housing, and advocating/resident services/resources for the homeless population down here. So every day I'm doing something like that? But also I donate a lot of clothes, yesterday or so I bought a coffee for a homeless guy outside a starbucks, in general I like to give to others my excess. I cant seem to get a good savings account/stockpile since i just keep giving it away!!

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  2. Umm...stinger waffles are my jam...but I have to hide them with the cookies because I CANNOT stop with just one. The last thing I gave away was food vouchers/gift certificates - I usually keep a bunch in my glove compartment for situations when someone is asking for money or help by stop signs in my town.

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  3. I gave money to a homeless woman yesterday. I rarely do that, but after living a year in Honolulu with it's high homeless population, I'm a lot less skeptical when someone asks me.

    I'm trying out tubeless tires on my bike tomorrow. My husband loves them and finally had the time to convert mine.

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  4. A new hire at my company is just starting out in her career and is renting a place. Money is tight right now since she just graduated and she was saving money to get a tv. My husband and I had a flat screen we weren't using so I gave it to her as a house warming gift - she loved it :D

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  5. We take all out stuff to goodwill. The last thing was probably a bag of clothes.

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  6. I gave my parents some treats from a local amish store last time I was with them. Love these socks!

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  7. I donated a couple formal dresses to a charity that provides formalwear for proms to women in low income areas.

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  8. I helped a person out with bus fare at the bus stop yesterday. I also keep a granola bar in my backpack to give to people who panhandle around my area (I live in a city and ride the bus, so it happens a lot). Fun fact: after my last race, a guy on the bus started hitting on me and then switched up to asking for money when I turned him down, so I gave him the extra banana and yogurt I got after the race (that race seriously gave out tons of food--two bananas, two yogurts, cookies, and hot chocolate).

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  9. I used freecyle yesterday to give away a big vertical planter I had made from a pallet but didn't have room for anymore. It was great to see it go to a new home instead of throwing it out!

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  10. I donated a horse blanket to a therapeutic horse back riding program. I also donated an old set of weave poles to the humane society.

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  11. My time....5 kids, all athletes....running mentor, dance mom, snack bar queen, ext....

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  12. I had a huge bag of clothes for Goodwill. My cleaning lady asked me if she could have a few things...seriously, she could take the whole bag if she wanted. I love her. She didn't take the whole bag, but did take about 1/4 of the clothes for her friend who was "my size".

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  13. I took several seasons' worth of outgrown kids clothing to the Salvation Army. It was almost embarrassing to have that much excess - even though it was for two kids over about two years.
    Best new product I've tried lately? Picked up some vegan cheese for my husband that tastes better than real cheese. Amazing - but for the price, it ought to be!

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  14. I crocheted a princess crown hat for a little girl undergoing chemo.
    I would love to try those socks. I have a drawer full of socks that I hate (nothing wrong with them, just not comfy for running) - I think I'll donate them knowing what I now know, thanks to your blog!

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  15. I gave my 8 bottle wine fridge to a friend because I just bought a 38 bottle wine fridge.
    I LOVE my egg cooker! I gave one to my best friend for Christmas a few years back and she was all "what do I do with this" and wasn't real keen on it. Didn't take her long to love it also!

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  16. Half a can of cashews to an AT through hiker.

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  17. a bag of clothes to the Salvation Army

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  18. I gave my neighbor some clothes for her little guy!
    I have an egg cooker as well, but I use it for boiling eggs more than anything else.

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  19. We donated an older car to the Oregon Humane Society. I can't have anymore house kitties but I can help others!

    How about if you donate those pair to your favorite charity?

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  20. I gave friends been from our garden.

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  21. I donated a huge bag of clothes when we moved last summer. I think the total included 15 pairs of jeans!

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  22. Who knew that something you've had for so long would finally come in handy. I eat a lot of eggs too. And those honey stingers are delicious. I wish they fit in my pouch better though, such an odd shape. Who couldn't use a new pair of socks? I just threw a pair away that had a hole in them. I donated a huge bag of clothes earlier this summer to Goodwill.

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  23. The last thing to donated was a purse to goodwill. Usually I collect a bag of stuff but it was taking up room and had to go.

    Re the rice cooker....it will cook any packaged noodles, risotto or quinoa. Makes it very easy.

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  24. Love getting new running socks. My husband only wears running socks now, he likes them so much. A while ago I sewed up some skirts for little girls in an orphanage in Haiti.

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  25. I have a bag ready right now that is getting picked up Saturday by "HOPE for Domestic Violence" - you can donate clothes and household items and I think they call about every two weeks that they are going to be in the neighborhood so it's super convenient! In the current bag is a black skirt, an ivory dress and a few tops.

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  26. My friend could no longer afford rent at his apartment so I let him live in my condo while he tries to pay off some debt. That's not really a thing, but he was pretty happy about it. Besides that, I gave my sister a bag of Lancaster caramels because they are her favorite.

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  27. We moved and renovated an older house last summer, turning it's two kitchens (it had an in-law apartment) into one. We are now planning to donate all of the cabinets, counter tops and appliances we removed (essentially an entire kitchen) to Habitat for Humanity.

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  28. A friends infant carrier was damaged when it was checked as baggage for an airline flight so we gave her ours. We have no baby to put in it for a little while, so I'm glad they are putting it to good use.

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  29. I give away my time as a volunteer 😀

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  30. It's neat that Bombas does that! This isn't about me, but is a story about my mom. I really admire her consideration for others. She also told me about the sock statistic and bought about 100 pair of socks recently to donate to the homeless and needy in our area. I hope to keep the needs of others in the forefront of my mind like she does.

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  31. I have a stack of clothes in my car for a running friend and her daughters.....she's a single mom of 3 girls and trying to make ends meet, and is the nicest person in the world so instead of giving to goodwill or selling I'm giving to her to save a few bucks for back to school.

    Also, Carmel stingers were a game changer for me for IM training, soooooo good!

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  32. I gave my Aunt/Uncle/Cousins a food dehydrator and soft serve ice cream machine. They were just collecting dust in my home, and I thought the kids would enjoy them.

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  33. Heh, I have one of those egg makers! I've never used it though. I was going to give it away but since they're so nifty I may end up keeping it!
    I gave up 1 year of my life in the States to fight child trafficking in SE Asia by volunteering as a nurse. The best thing I ever gave up!

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  34. A beautiful winter coat that my son never wore, because "duh" why would he wear a coat in the winter?? I would love a pair of Bombas socks, everyone raves about them, but the last time I tried to order they were having "difficulties" and I never could!

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  35. The last thing that I donated to someone was a locker! Some of my students cannot afford the school locker fee, so I anonymously donate one to a deserving student every year.

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  36. We're going to donate some building materials to a Habitat Restore. We just redid our bathrooms.

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  37. We have a family visiting from the Ivory Coast for a medical procedure. Mom and dad needed running shoes since they didn't have room to bring them. I had a pair in the my closet that just weren't the right fit that I was able to give mom. Glad I kept them around!

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  38. I clean my closet out at least twice a year and always seem to have 2-3 bags of clothes to donate to Goodwill. I don't know how it happens. I certainly don't feel like I buy a lot of clothes but obviously I do!! And yes, at least 1/2 of a bag is running clothes!!!

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  39. I adore crocheting and two falls ago did a big project of crocheting hats to donate. It was such a wonderful experience and I hope to do it again this fall! :)

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  40. So I thought I'd give Grape Nuts a whirl since my sister is always professing her love for them. I couldn't even swallow the first bite. They are just not edible. SO....I donated the rest of the box to my weirdo sister.

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  41. we put my husband's bachelor set of furniture (residing in our basement 'man cave' for the past 12 years) on the curb along with a roll top desk, a huge stuffed animal won at the state fair and a locked, 25 year old briefcase. we invited our friends over, had a fire pit in the backyard, made bets on how long it would take to be picked up, and spied on the people taking it. that's after we took a bunch of pictures of us sitting on it and drinking beer.

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  42. I just started reading your blog and have been loving it! I recently donated a lot of clothes that I never wear - I'm trying to clean out my closets a bit!

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  43. I donated about 1/3 of the junk in my daughter's bedroom in hopes to one day see the floor. Does that count?

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  44. I donated a full day of my time to play in a charity softball game to help the American Heart Association. I also donated money by purchasing things at this event.

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  45. We are moving my parents out of their house, so in the last 2 weeks, I have taken no less than 7 van loads of items to Goodwill and St. Vinny's for donations. And more to come I'm sure!

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  46. We recently moved out of our house of 18 years and moved everything to a storage unit while we renovate our new (old) house! I have donated more things recently than anyone can imagine.

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  47. So funny, we just bought this same egg cooker this past weekend after using a friend's on vacation two weeks ago! It was $9.99 at Walmart (looks a little more expensive online, but not much!!

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/37017598?wmlspartner=wlpa&adid=22222222227026011627&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=43010410112&wl4=&wl5=pla&wl6=81548395952&veh=sem)

    We just donated all of our kids ski gear that we had had donated to us and they outgrew.

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  48. I was cleaning out my house while avoiding my job (we do very similar work!) so I donated a million things to Goodwill-saw some kids outside the store and gave them the board games that I had been hoarding for when my nieces visit. Also, I donated alcohol to the needy (my friends) last weekend...a lot...it was tax deductible I assume.

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  49. I donated a bunch of summer clothes to this LGBTQ organization that works with teens. I've already seen some teens rocking the clothes that were definitely too tight for me haha

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  50. Are these socks thin?
    I have been looking for socks and am having a hard time finding thin ones - they all seem to have some cushion/thickness to them now.

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    1. Try the DryMax Hyper Thin. They're very thin and durable.

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  51. I just donated a bunch of old clothes to goodwill.

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  52. I am currently on the hunt for new socks so I might look for this brand. I don't like the no-shows and I like them thicker. Apparently that is a tall order because they are hard to find!

    I recently cleaned out my closet and donated old clothes to a nonprofit rummage sale. I also had a random behind-the-door mirror laying around, and someone in my neighborhood put out a call for a mirror, so we gave it to her. Then three days later we actually needed it again. Ha! Oh well.

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  53. I recently donated a huge dollhouse to Goodwill. It broke my heart because my dad and I built it together when I was little. But I was moving and literally had no space for it. I hope some little girl is loving it right now.

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  54. Work for The Salvation Army :) Just purchased two new pairs of shoes for a gentleman!

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  55. I won a skateboard in some random contest I entered and gave it to my neighbor (10 years old) - could have sold it but you should have seen the look on his face! Priceless.

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  56. We moved a couple months ago from a house with a basement to one without... so we donated a TON of stuff to Goodwill.

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  57. Gave some of my teachers a couple of my hydration drink, Mestrength to try. She's a new runner and wanted to try it to see if she likes it.

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  58. Thank you for writing that socks are the number one item requested at homeless shelters. Last winter (an atypically frigid one in Washington DC), I started carrying pairs of new wool socks on my walk to and from the Metro to where I work to give to homeless women and men. The comments I received were so heart-felt and genuine. One man told me, 'Sugar, this is better than money for whisky." After I ran through several dozen pairs, I started buying them in sets of four at Costco (merino wool at a good price). So, bravo to you and to Bomas!!!!!

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  59. I dontated blood last week. Summer is the season they need help the most. Our blood bank actually has a program to pair up donations with scheduled pediatric surgeries. Newborns have a better success rate apparently with blood that has not been chilled and stored. I spend my 15 minutes saying a silent prayer for the family and thanking God I never had to face anything like that.

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  60. Lunchtime - donated canned goods to our local food pantry. And had pizza to celebrate :)

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  61. We donate all our clothes and goods to our local children's home. We love to help them out since Goodwill usually gets so much and our orphan kids get so little.

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  62. TODAY (I'm not kidding) I donated a bag of clothes and shoes to goodwill and then went to work and gave a pair of shoes and 3 pairs of jeans to a coworker. I'm looking for a small dining room table for one of our foster parents too..... When we moved two months ago, we downsized and minimized. We donated 65% of everything we owned. We've decided life should be less about stuff and more about experiences - which we have increased with our kids - all 13 of them!! More trips, more family time. All of them donated tons of their own belongings so we're spending more time with each other. But a girl always needs more running socks!!

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  63. I donate food, treats, and toys to my local animal shelter.

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  64. We just donated a box load of books to the local library for their annual book sale. I also have about 4 bags of gently used kids' clothes in the attic that are going to the Goodwill next week.

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  65. Donated locks and ceiling lights to Habitat for Humanity store. Let's say they are in my car ready to take over there. I gave away clothes and 2 purses to Veterans a month ago

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  66. I donate to Goodwill all the time, usually clothes, kids' toys that aren't played with anymore, and shoes. My last donation was a half dozen cycling waterbottles that I'd accumulated over the last year. They were cluttering up our cabinets and my wife said they gotta go!

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  67. I LOVE Bombas! They are the best. And, I work with an organization (Hannah's Socks - shameless plug!) that collects and distributes socks to those in need, and we are one of the organizations Bombas donates socks to! For every pair you buy, Bombas donates a pair. Thanks for spreading the word about them - they deserve every accolade.

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  68. I went through a back to school purge-a-thon and donated 3 bags of books to our local library for Friends of the Library who have huge book sales and use the proceeds to help our local libraries.

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  69. The last thing I donated.. TIME. I organized a volunteer day with my work teammates to spent the day packing boxes with food for needy families at our local food bank. I also recently got rid of half the crap in my kid's rooms because all that "stuff" just made me crazy, so while I donated it, I must admit my intention was selfish- getting rid of crap makes me happy.
    I hear ya on the egg thing... I eat an OBSCENE amount of eggs, yolks and all! My fave egg dish is a veggie omelet. I throw in whatever veggies I have- spinach, grape tomatoes, avocado, mushrooms, red onion, diced squash and zucchini, plus garlic and sun-dried tomato feta cheese. Pure deliciousness. Could eat it breakfast, noon, and dinner.

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  70. The last thing I donated was a ton of clothes and shoes.

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  71. The last thing I donated were clothes and food to a nearby shelter.

    And those waffles are TO DIE FOR btw!!

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  72. clothes to goodwill and a bike to the bicycling community center

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  73. Have donated produce from my garden (tomatoes, carrots, potatoes), clothes to a family with 7 children, books to the library. It feels good to make someone else's day a bit brighter! Never tried this brand of socks. Curious because I have heard great reviews.

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  74. Carmel waffles will rock your world!!

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  75. I gave my sister in law the gold cookie sheets my mom gave me for my last birthday.

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  76. The last things I donated were 4 pairs of retired running shoes to Goodwill. :) I did not know socks were the most requested thing in shelters either (I would have assumed warm clothes or blankets).

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  77. My mom got me a pair of Bombas for Christmas. They are so amazing that I wore them out over the span of winter because I would take off my shoes at work and wander around barefoot while telling everyone how comfortable and charitable my socks were.
    Anyway, we just cleaned all of the baby stuff out of our house and I have everything away. It felt wonderful. Crib? Stroller? Clothes? Take it take it!

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  78. I would have to say that it was a meal -
    thefiggtree@yahoo.com

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  79. I gave away perfect push-up set today to a poor soul searching for push-up perfection.

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  80. Not sure if this counts, but I am donating my time, effort, and money to honor the memory of my dad who died from chronic lymphocytic leukemia complications. I'm working with Team in Training and my fundraising page is here: http://pages.teamintraining.org/mn/yourway16/anoser

    Also, I paced a half marathon last weekend for the first time, and IT WAS SO AWESOME. I paced 1/2 hour slower than my race time and it was just perfect. I really enjoyed myself (except for a wind tunnel where my pace sign whapped me in the face, knocking off my hat and making me run for it--haha) and plan to do it again.

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  81. As a new mom, the last thing I donated were maternity and (ugly) baby clothes! BAGS full. I also think I will donate some socks the next time I make a trip... I always get conned into thinking I need non-running and non-hiking socks, but I don't... So I never wear them. And I can't even think of the best new product I have tried.... Apparently I am in a rut, or my brain is not functioning well enough to holding onto memories of said new awesome products.. Maybe both.

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  82. I give monthly to St. Jude hospital. Thanks for the chance at the socks!

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  83. A pair of barely used running sneakers to a girl at my son's school

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  84. A pair of barely used running sneakers to a girl at my son's school

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  85. I go through our closets every season change and donate clothes to the AmVets. My 8 year old son hates seams on socks so in my search for seamless socks I discovered Bombas, and love them! Now both my kids and I wear them, I'm slowly building up our collection so they'll be the only socks we wear. My husband hasn't discovered this yet (they are a bit pricey, so I haven't included him in on them yet! ha ha!).

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  86. I always swap clothes with my sister. We just give stuff back and forth.

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  87. The Honey Stinger waffles look really tasty, but I'm considering foregoing the energy supplements for half marathon distance and shorter. Used one packet of the Honey Stinger original gel for my first half in May, and felt nauseous in the last mile or so. I ran my second half marathon this past Saturday and used a Honey Stinger again -- and this time I felt nauseous from between mile 9 &10 on to the finish. In 11-12 mile training runs I've done no energy gel (water only), I have not felt sick at all, so I'm considering ditching them altogether. I've signed up for another half in three weeks, so I'll try my theory out at that time.

    Does anyone else use energy gels/blocks for 13.1 distance?

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  88. I donate my hair every few years. I've donated my height (5'5") throughout my 34 years on this planet. I think that was the last thing I donated.
    That egg thing looks awesome and I LOVE Honey Stinger waffles. I can't eat them while I'm running (too dry), but will happily shove one (or ten) in my piehole when I'm "recovering." :)
    My new favorite product is my Mission Endurance cooling towel. You run it under water and snap it a few times, and the thing stays chilled for like half an hour. It's amazing

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  89. I have one of those egg cookers! I love it, and I use it every day. Typically I make a mini omelette in it, and I add chopped up veggies. Top it with a little salsa and bam! Breakfast!

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  90. In January I decided to start eating 'cleaner'. 7 months in and I was able to donate almost my whole closet due to a 40+ lb weight loss. Kind of neat :)

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  92. I don't know if it's considered donating, but I always carry extra fruit/bars in my car so I can give them to people when I see them asking for food/money/a job on the street. I never carry cash, but I figure this is better than nothing!

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  93. Hubs and I teach ESL for my church. The class meets in a thrift store located in a part of multi-ethnic part of town. Since we are in perpetual decluttering-mode, each week we take a box to the store and donate before class.

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  94. I gave all of my children's boardgames they have outgrown to teachers to use for indoor recess.

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  95. I gave neighbors my kids' really cute (IMO) outgrown raincoats. And I gave several too small bikes from our garage to St. Vinnie's.

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  96. My Wife divorce me for no reason, Thanks to Dr Brave for bringing back my wife,and brought great joy to my family once again, My name is James Mack. i live in Italy, I`m happily married to a lovely and caring wife,with two kids A very big problem occurred in my family seven months ago,between me and my wife so terrible that she took the case to court for a divorce she said that she never wanted to stay with me again,and that she did not love me anymore So she packed out of my house and made me and my children passed through severe pain. I tried all my possible means to get her back,after much begging,but all to no avail and she confirmed it that she has made her decision,and she never wanted to see me again. So on one evening,as i was coming back from work,i met an old friend of mine who asked of my wife So i explained every thing to her,so she told me that the only way i can get my wife back,is to visit a spell caster,because it has really worked for her too So i never believed in spell,but i had no other choice,than to follow her advice. Then she gave me the email address of the spell caster whom she visited.(bravelovespell@gmail.com}, So the next morning,i sent a mail to the address she gave to me,and the spell caster assured me that i will get my wife back the next day what an amazing statement!! I never believed,so he spoke with me,and told me everything that i need to do. Then the next morning, So surprisingly, my wife who did not call me for the past seven {7}months,gave me a call to inform me that she was coming back So Amazing!! So that was how she came back that same day,with lots of love and joy,and she apologized for her mistake,and for the pain she caused me and my children. Then from that day,our relationship was now stronger than how it were before,by the help of a spell caster . So, i will advice you out there to kindly visit the same web site: http://bravesp.blogspot.co.uk/,if you are in any condition like this,or you have any problem related to "bringing your ex back. So thanks to Dr Brave for bringing back my wife,and brought great joy to my family once again. { bravelovespell@gmail.com }, Thanks you Dr Brave, i will always be testifying about your good work.and for any questions call me {James Mack} on +393279282206.This spell is a 100% Guarantee for your situation.

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  97. My Name is Anita.I will love to share my testimony to all the people in the forum cos i never thought i will have my boyfriend back and he means so much to me..The boy i want to get marred to left me 4 weeks to our wedding for another girl..,When i called her she never picked my calls,She deleted me on his facebook and he changed her facebook status from engaged to Single...when i went to her place of work he told his boss he dont want to see me..I lost my job as a result of this cos i cant get myself anymore,my life was upside down and everything did not go smooth with my life...I tried all i could do to have him back,all did not work out until i met a prophet when i Travelled to Africa to execute some business have been developing some years back..I told him my problem and all have passed through in getting her back and how i lost my job...he told me he gonna help me...i didn't believe that in the first place.but he swore he will help me out and he told me the reason why my girlfriend left me and also told me some hidden secrets.i was amazed when i heard that from him..he said he will cast a spell for me and i will see the results in the next couple of days..then i travel back to Us the following day and i called him when i got home and he said he's busy casting those spells and he has bought all the materials needed for the spells,he said am gonna see positive results in the next 2 days that is Thursday...My boyfriend called me at exactly 12:35pm on Thursday and apologies for all he had done ..he said,he never knew what she's doing and her sudden behavior was not intentional and he promised not to do that again.it was like am dreaming when i heard that from him and when we ended the call,i called the man and told him my girlfriend called and he said i haven't seen anything yet... he said i will also get my job back in 3 days time..and when its Sunday,they called me at my place of work that i should resume working on Monday and they gonna compensate me for the time limit have spent at home without working..My life is back into shape,i have my man back and we are happily married now with kids and i have my job back too.This man is really powerful..if we have up to 20 people like him in the world,the world would have been a better place..he has also helped many of my friends to solve many problems and they are all happy now..Am posting this to the forum for anybody that is interested in meeting the man for help.you can mail him to Dr.jartospellcaster@gmail.com I cant give out his number cos he told me he don't want to be disturbed by many people across the world..he said his email is okay and he' will replied to any emails asap..hope he helped u out too..good luck:Dr.jartospellcaster@gmail.com.Once Again His Email Address Is:Dr.jartospellcaster@gmail.com

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