Twenty or so years ago, my sister went to our local antique store to buy me a birthday present. She found a creepy coconut man (or perhaps a monkey) and thought it would be a funny gift. Years later, I found him in a box… and here’s how my two-year-old daughter reacted.
As COVID-19 and social unrest keep their grip on the world, scammy social media sellers seem to keep multiplying, hoping to capitalize on product shortages, people shopping from home, and people looking to support important causes. In particular, Facebook and Instagram are teeming with storefronts with strange names and spectacular sales. As the saying goes, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. Here’s how to spot them.
For the past few years, both my Facebook and Instagram have been peppered with ads for FabFitFun’s seasonal subscription boxes. They always intrigued me, but I didn’t bite the bullet until the Summer 2020 box, which was being offered at $39.99 for first-time subscribers. Will I buy it again? Here’s what I received and my review.
As guidelines encourage folks to social distance during the COVID-19 outbreak, local supermarkets have marked aisles with arrows so shoppers can only travel in one direction and easily keep six feet away from other shoppers. Stop & Shop, our local supermarket, is no exception. However, its efforts were impeded by another one of its efforts.