I might be far from done, but I don’t think I would have lost the weight I have if I hadn’t used weight loss apps. Yes, apps. Plural. I’ve serially jumped from app to app over the last two and a half years and used the corresponding websites. So what is the best free weight loss app out there? I’m going to go through the four that I’ve used, compatible with both Android and iPhone, to try and answer that very question.
We’ve all heard about Nutrisystem and Jenny Craig—the diet programs that send you great looking foods like spaghetti, red velvet cupcakes, chicken sandwiches, French fries and syrup covered pancakes. There are so many dietary restrictions we’re aware of now, either by choice or for medical reasons, that it begs the question, is Nutrisystem better than Jenny Craig at supplying foods for vegetarians, vegans, gluten-free or diabetics? Or is it the other way around?
The biggest downside to any diet or weight loss plan is cost. It is the most common thing that makes people hesitate when joining programs like Jenny Craig or Weight Watchers. You should never choose a diet program that doesn’t fit in your budget, but cost does not just refer to money. It can also measure time spent and productivity. So is Jenny Craig or Weight Watchers Cheaper? Well, when it comes to these two programs, which one is truly cheaper depends upon how much you get out of both your time and money.
I’ve never technically joined a diet program, mostly because I cannot afford it. I prefer to stick with free websites and corresponding apps that let me track my progress, calorie intake and expenditures. But Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers are now providing these services, too, but with a fee of course. More convenient than going in for a meeting or consultation, is Jenny Craig or Weight Watchers Online the better option?
Oh, the holidays. They bring with them egg nog and cookies and lots of pastas and sauces and seven fishes and bread and little pigs in a blanket, or at least that’s what they always bring in my rather large Italian family. I’ve struggled with my weight my whole life, and currently have it relatively in control (it depends on the day), but when the holidays come I always fall apart. I know I’m not alone, which is why diet plans like Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig are out there. But which one is really more effective at not only shedding the pounds but keeping them off? Is Jenny Craig better than Weight Watchers? Viewpoints diet reviews have lead us to an interesting answer to that very question.
Buying gifts for your teenager or maybe a family friend’s can be a bit tricky. They’ve hit that age where they just aren’t easy to shop for anymore. As Seen On TV might be able to save the day. You’ve seen their infomercials and wondered about their products but are not really sure if you should make the leap. Well we at Viewpoints have found a few As Seen On TV products that might be un-reviewed, but the teenager (and possibly adult) on your Christmas list will like regardless.
The most popular As Seen On TV products are often times kitchen gadgets of some kind, whether that is the Slap Chop or an actual appliance like a blender. No matter where these gadgets are being used they usually fall into one of two categories (and sometimes they fall into both): fun or functional. Today we took a look at a few popular indoor and outdoor appliances and tried to determine if they were worth the cost.
Most of the infomercials featured on late night TV emphasize people hurting themselves using the current most popular product for an activity, including slicing a finger with a knife, or a heavy mop hurting your back, or falling while trying to reach something in a disorganized closet.
Thankfully these infomercials always show us a fix for these previously unknown problems that have apparently been plaguing us for years. They offer solutions like a lightweight cleaning system, a safe way to chop vegetables, an easy way to clean up a messy space. Two As Seen On TV products caught my eye that are supposed to make cleaning your home easier and, at least to me, look kinda fun to use.
We’ve all seen late night infomercials on the nights we can’t seem to fall asleep, as well as the resulting As Seen On TV labels in stores. As I watch them, I personally can’t help but wonder, does that thing really work? Most of them look incredibly convenient, functional, but I always hesitate before dialing in to get that special offer. I don’t want to waste my money on something that isn’t going to work, no one does. So do they? We set out to get some answers.
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I love purses. I change mine all the time. In fact, I’ve had to force myself to do it less often since I’ve started buying leather purses because I just cannot afford it. I’m not the only woman in this position, which is why Miche Bags are such a good idea. Being able to change the look of your purse without buying a whole new bag is novel, but not all Viewpoints reviewers have been happy with the execution. The reviews are at odds with each other, stuck between style and cost effectiveness, and quality and durability.