Popband Ponytail Holders : Recipient was very happy with them

first_imgPopband ponytail holders – meadow. Popbands are lovable minor hairbands, which is meant to leave hair dent cost-free when you release it. My daughter has wonderful hair, so hairbands do not are likely to leave a kink when taken out, but they do typically fail to keep her hair without the need of slipping. These come on a card, so it is easy to shop them with out them having lost. There are 5 different styles. Three simple types – pale pink, green and blue – and two patterned just one with purple bouquets and the other with blue/yellow flowers. These held her hair pretty perfectly, did not snag or pull, and she liked the types. You can put these on your wrist when not sporting them, so they are not lost. I haven’t brought these ahead of, but i absolutely will in future as my minimal female loves them.These dont rip my hair out right after having them in all day so snug and actually good solution.I experienced to buy these soon after i found a mate of mine constantly sporting 1 all around her wrist they are really funky head bands. To be good i you should not definitely use it as a hair band (i particular want restricted bands) but like to use it spherical my wrist, it seems like a festival band. Sad but truethey are highly-priced assumed, so that was a downside. Clearly shelling out for the brand.Good, enjoyable colours and very long long lasting.A very little high priced for what they are but they perform perfectly.Popband Ponytail Holders, Gingerbread : Great for presents for young and older. Would not don any other ponytail holders.I experienced to buy these soon after i found a mate of mine constantly sporting 1 all around her wrist they are really funky head bands. To be good i you should not definitely use it as a hair band (i particular want restricted bands) but like to use it spherical my wrist, it seems like a festival band. Sad but truethey are highly-priced assumed, so that was a downside. Clearly shelling out for the brand.Rapid shipping, good services.These are lovely but a bit dear.I really like these hair ties so substantially. I have on them on my wrist all the time, they are comfortable and never ever get caught in my thick, tangly hair.They are a minimal dear for what they in fact are. Nonetheless they do hold hair up with out snagging or leaving kinks in it, but they truthfully will not maintain as organization in my daughters hair as regular ponytail bands. Also they search wonderful at the beginning , but right after only a handful of makes use of have a tendency to get a little sloppy and glance a little bit twisted, so would not be donning them on the wrist when they start to lose tightness and twist. So all in all a bit of a blended assessment from me, i won’t be repurchasing these as there are much improved products and solutions out there at this selling price array. On the in addition aspect they did arrive extremely immediately.I really like these hair ties so substantially. I have on them on my wrist all the time, they are comfortable and never ever get caught in my thick, tangly hair.A very little high priced for what they are but they perform perfectly.Brought for my three year aged who has very fantastic hair susceptible to breaking with tight elastic ones. Brought for my three 12 months previous who has very fine hair inclined to breaking with restricted elastic kinds. Located these good held all hair up tightly and failed to depart a kin following all working day wear. Might have also stole 2 for myself as they were being definitely great.Terrific and do not depart that ripple in the hair after. Fantastic and will not leave that ripple in the hair after employing these.They are a minimal dear for what they in fact are. Nonetheless they do hold hair up with out snagging or leaving kinks in it, but they truthfully will not maintain as organization in my daughters hair as regular ponytail bands. Also they search wonderful at the beginning , but right after only a handful of makes use of have a tendency to get a little sloppy and glance a little bit twisted, so would not be donning them on the wrist when they start to lose tightness and twist. So all in all a bit of a blended assessment from me, i won’t be repurchasing these as there are much improved products and solutions out there at this selling price array. On the in addition aspect they did arrive extremely immediately.Good, enjoyable colours and very long long lasting.Exceptional snag totally free bobbles. I slip them more than my wrist and get them wherever i go, completely ready to use when my hair will get on my nerves blowing in the wind or slipping more than my confront as i generate. They do not surface to snag possibly. I have not recognized and problems removing them or owning strands of hair clung to them following being yanked out of my head.I really like these hair ties so substantially. I have on them on my wrist all the time, they are comfortable and never ever get caught in my thick, tangly hair.Popband ponytail holders – meadow. Popbands are lovable minor hairbands, which is meant to leave hair dent cost-free when you release it. My daughter has wonderful hair, so hairbands do not are likely to leave a kink when taken out, but they do typically fail to keep her hair without the need of slipping. These come on a card, so it is easy to shop them with out them having lost. There are 5 different styles. Three simple types – pale pink, green and blue – and two patterned just one with purple bouquets and the other with blue/yellow flowers. These held her hair pretty perfectly, did not snag or pull, and she liked the types. You can put these on your wrist when not sporting them, so they are not lost. I haven’t brought these ahead of, but i absolutely will in future as my minimal female loves them.I really like these hair ties so substantially. I have on them on my wrist all the time, they are comfortable and never ever get caught in my thick, tangly hair.last_img read more

GeoTour Spotlight: Heritage Hide’n’Seek in Ontario

first_img SharePrint RelatedHeritage Hide’n’Seek GeoTourOctober 16, 2015In “GeoTours”GeoTours Deliver More Fun With FavoritesJune 29, 2015In “GeoTours”Ontario Heritage Hide’n’Seek GeoTourJune 18, 2013In “Geocaching Info” GeoTour Name:Heritage Hide’n’SeekLocation:Northern Ontario, CanadaNumber of Favorite Points:143Photos by S. Hansen.You remember the first time you took your kids geocaching like it was yesterday. Their excitement at finding the cache and rifling through the goodies it contained was likely what kept your family looking for more geocaches. But now your babies are off to college or university. As they spread their wings and take flight, they will be putting to use the skills and lessons you taught them over the years.Geocaching may have taught your family some things to, such as persistence. If at first you don’t find the cache… take a deep breath, review the description and the hint, and keep looking. There’s nothing wrong with asking for help, either. Geocache owners and geocachers who have previously found the cache are happy to help. Most importantly geocaching creates a sense of belonging, whether it be simple family bonding or feeling part of the world-wide community of geocachers.So, as you pack your car to take your big kid to college or university, why not re-live those joyous memories and go geocaching together one last time by making a road trip out of it. There may even be a GeoTour along the route, which will let you earn a prize for your efforts.For example, if you are heading to Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, participate in the Heritage Hide’n’Seek GeoTour. Here are some geocaches which may appeal to students going into various programs:Engineers, should try HHS-Perry G. Walker or HHS-Canadian Visionaries.Outdoor Recreation enthusiasts will work up a sweat finding HHS-Logging on the White River.Business majors can pick up pointers from HHS-Sault Ste. Marie Commerce.History buffs will enjoy the entire series!We’d love to hear about your geocaching experiences as you head off to college or university this fall. Why not share them with us?!What geocachers have said:Jakehound mentioned he was “In Thunder Bay to drop my son off for school & had a few hours on a beautiful Saturday morning to get some caching in…enjoyed the adventure. TFTH”Clodhoppers found HHS-What’s in a Name and wrote: “Went to Thunder Bay to pick up our son and take him home for the summer. He is attending Lakehead University. He took us to some sites while we were there. When he was younger he used to enjoy caching. TFTC.”Additional Information:Find more about the Heritage Hide’n’Seek GeoTour here.Note: All the above information was provided by the GeoTour host. Copy has been edited by Geocaching HQ.Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

Latest addition to the Dashboard and Profile makes this project a wrap

first_imgJune:In June we added the ability to filter recent logs in your newsfeed. This allows you to choose if you want to show only your activity, or your and your friends’ recent activity on the Dashboard. Additionally, you can collapse sections on the Dashboard that are not relevant to you, or expand them for an overview of everything that is happening in your geocaching world. SharePrint RelatedMake it YOUR Profile and DashboardJune 20, 2017In “News”Make friends with the updated Profile and DashboardMay 16, 2017In “News”Updates coming to Profile and DashboardMay 11, 2017In “News” August:We introduced a new personalized events calendar on your Dashboard in August. With one look you can see if and when there’s a geocaching event near you. It’s easy to RSVP, look up details about the event, or browse for upcoming events. Last May we announced that changes were coming to your Profile and Dashboard. However, this release was different. Instead of releasing big changes every few months we wanted to be agile and update features quickly to get them ready for you to play with. We listened to your feedback through surveys and the forums to tweak and adjust pages until they were just right. Today we’re excited to announce another improvement to your Profile and Dashboard based on your feedback. You can now customize your “/my page” with your own cover image.  To customize your image, visit your Profile Settings and upload a photo in the “Cover Photo” section. The new photo will only appear on the new version of the Profile and Dashboard on web.Additionally, we’ve made improvements to the events calendar. You can now customize the radius in which you’d like to see events on your calendar. Mega and Giga Events will also be highlighted more prominently. While we’ll continue to make sure your Profile and Dashboard are working seamlessly, it’s time to move on to our next project. As we prepare for our next venture, let’s look back at the work that’s been done on your Profile and Dashboard throughout the year*. May:We released the new “opt-in” versions of your Profile and Dashboard. To build a foundation to better support geocaching friendships on Geocaching.com, we updated your Profile and Dashboard (aka: the /my page). This allowed us to add a newsfeed to your Dashboard, that keeps you informed about what your friends are up to. September:We added cache owner logs to the Latest Activity feed on the Dashboard. With that update cache owners are able to view logs and pictures geocachers posted on caches they own. Even more exciting, for the first time they can see when their cache earned a Favorite point. This information was previously not available.November:In November a new owner maintenance tool was added to the Dashboard. If one or more of a cache owners’ geocaches has a problem, geocache owners see a widget on top of their Dashboard. Examples of a problem with their cache could be a full, or soggy logbook, a change to the hiding location, or a broken or missing cache container.December:You can now customize your “/my page” with your own cover image.  To customize your image, visit your Profile Settings and upload a photo in the “Cover Photo” section. The new photo will only appear on the new version of the Profile and Dashboard on web.We also made improvements to the events calendar. You can now customize the radius in which you’d like to see events on your calendar. Mega and Giga-Events will also be highlighted more prominently. This approach to building features was new to Geocaching HQ but the insights we were able to gather to help direct our path were invaluable. Building the new Profile and Dashboard was a community effort and we couldn’t have done it without you. We look forward to sharing plans of our next projects soon, but for now it’s on to bigger and better things! And maybe a little caching too 😉 . *This blog post highlights only the prominent features of the Profile and Dashboard project. Numerous tweaks and improvements were made each month. Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

La Salle sends UE to 0-6, spoils Pasaol’s 49-point explosion

first_imgPasaol’s career game, the most in 15 years after now National University head coach Jeff Napa scored 43 in 2002, wasn’t enough for UE as La Salle big men Ben Mbala and Abu Tratter also produced career-highs.Mbala broke his personal record for the third time this season finishing with 39 points to go along 15 rebounds while Tratter put up 24 points with 10 boards.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutLa Salle, however, didn’t cruise to the victory as UE outscored the defending champion 25-6 in the final four minutes.“For the first 36 minutes of the game, we played really good except for the last four minutes,” said assistant coach Miggy Solitaria. “I think there was the factor that we were up by 25 and the team kind of relaxed after that. Fortunately we got the win.” Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netDe La Salle extended University of the East’s misery in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament with a 106-100 win Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The Green Archers improved to 5-1 to stay at the second seed as they overcame Alvin Pasaol’s 49-point showing for the Red Warriors, who dropped to 0-6 and tied University of Santo Tomas at the bottom.ADVERTISEMENT Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Read Next Mark Olayon was able to cut the deficit to seven, 104-97, after driving the lane for the layup at the 37-second mark.Tratter responded with a tip-in with around 13 seconds left in the game to stop UE’s comeback and give La Salle a 106-98 lead.Philip Manalang ad Olayon also finished in double digits for UE with 14 and 13 points, respectively.ADVERTISEMENT Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games PLAY LIST 01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF presidentcenter_img Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ Manganti in the right place at right time to save the Falcons LATEST STORIES Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View commentslast_img read more

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a month agoMan City boss Guardiola: Why De Bruyne angered me

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City boss Guardiola: Why De Bruyne angered meby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City boss Pep Guardiola admits Kevin De Bruyne angered him during their 8-0 thrashing of Watford.De Bruyne had a hand in five of the Blues’ eight goals, including scoring the last, a rasping right-footed drive that gave Ben Foster no chance. But Guardiola said, “Kevin sometimes is a special player, sometimes he sees something the other guys cannot see on the pitch, not even off [it].”Sometimes I’m a little bit [angry] when the simple ball you lose it, how with your quality you can lose it? “But he is incredibly talented player, and sometimes you miss it from here, loses it from here but sometimes his vision up front and the quality he has [is incredible].” last_img read more