Book Light is just AMAZING, and then some!

Be ForeWarned!!!! When you receive this product it is in a little box.

When I saw it I thought, “WOW…. I got gypped! That box is waaaaay too little.”


Then, I opened it and was I surprised. Inside that ‘ittle, bittle, teeny, weeny box was a treasure!

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#2, regular sized, Pencil added for comparison.

That treasure being, the LED Book Light.

It comes with an USB cable, and AC charger. (Gotta love when the charger is included and not just the cable… I get seriously annoyed when they don’t include the charger.)

 

 

The seller states this about the BOYON Eye Care Book Light:

  • Protects eyes.Natural and Non-flickering light. The LED lights provide soft light that is perfect for reading.

  • Long lasting, rechargeable battery, long-life ultra-bright LEDs and 5 brightness levels.This unique lamp also comes complete with a USB cord and wall outlet for charging versatility. And it will charge fully in 3 hours and will operate for up to 12 hours without recharging.

  • The adjustable, dual arm, gooseneck design allows for easy light adjustment!Just bend each light to your desired angle and position. The sturdy clamp is very strong and features adjustable grip allowing a secure placement on a range of different surface thicknesses.

  • This BOYON light is very small & convenient making it the perfect tool for those on-the-go: such as students, travelers, drivers, etc. …One need only clip the base of the light and adjust arms and brightness as desired. And the base can also be used as a stand for lights on flat surfaces.

  • Our goal is 100% satisfaction.If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us directly. No question is too small.

To me, that last statement is the all-important one.
Sure…. We love that it protects our eyes as avid book readers.
We love that it is long-lasting AND rechargeable.
We love that it’s totally adjustable, because really… when is a lamp ever “just right”?
And of course, being small and easy to take where-ever is truly important… You never know when you’re going to find that perfect place to read, or when it’s going to be a long wait time.
BUT….. 100% satisfaction????
NO Question is too SMALL?
That’s what I, an avid reader at night, love to hear from a company.

I could not find a Con.
No, seriously… I couldn’t find one. I have left this book light in the hands of my 11 yr old son, and his 7yr old brother, for 14 days and it’s still looking and working great.
My 11yr old uses it to read every night before bed…. I’ve only had to recharge it once!

The Pros:
* It truly is long-lasting!

* Who doesn’t LOVE something that is so versatile and easy to use?!?

*It folds up so small! You can pack it in a purse if needed! (I have)

*The light is soooo bright, and with TWO positional lights you get total coverage of the pages so that you’re not stressing your eyes.

* I’ve used it as a night light for my youngest when his night light wasn’t working. Yes… It does clip to almost EVERY thing.

*It has a durability that just amazes me.

*I may have to buy a second one.
( Ok… this isn’t so much a “Pro” as it is an opinion…. but something that proves its-self to me in such a way that I consider buying a second one says a lot about the product.)

To me, the overall quality is wonderful for this little (itty-bitty) LED book light. It lives up to claims made by the seller. The way the product was shipped by Amazon was perfect for keeping it nice and undamaged.
I highly recommend this to anyone that reads at night or in low lighted areas.

Okay… now for the part I have to state…
~Full Disclosure: This item was supplied to me at a reduced price by the seller in exchange for my honest and truthful review. I am not told what to write, nor will I remove a negative review/remark/rating if that is what I feel the product deserves. My words are my own, and this review is based upon my personal experience with this item.~

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Musings From An Upset Mind

Now… lately there seems to be a string of childish behavior. An epidemic really, and I’d like to address it.

I can’t voice any one else’s opinion on this subject, as I don’t know it, but I can voice mine and so far all I can come up with is – Some people need to grow the *insert any word of choice here* up!!!!

We are adults, childish behavior needs to be left behind with the childhood, or in some cases “teen”, years and if you still feel the need to act like an adolescent then feel free to put on a diaper and grab a bottle. Childish behavior helps no-one and gains you absolutely no sympathizers, although in some cases as people tend to lie quiet well they do have some.
How I wish the truth could be voiced to them but what good would it do? We must wait on Karma, as people will always “reap what they sow”in the end.

Now, this type of behavior does, howsoever, in most cases gain you the title of “Self-Centered B****”, be you male or female. It gains you the ability to look like someone who hasn’t learned that the world doesn’t revolve around you, and is able to isolate you into a place that no-one wants to be.

I’m tired of the “Poor, Poor Pity Me” trip and people who tell lies to gain whatever gram of sympathy they can from people who truly just want to love you for you and be there as family, friends, to just be together.

I guess that’s all I have to say on this now other than, No-one is a pawn to be used by another. We are all individuals who create our own happiness and are entitled to that happiness as well as keeping that freewill that allows us to keep those who wish to bring us down out of our lives.

The flip-side of this is that when those who have wronged us may or may not be able to enter our lives without a door being there for them to use.
 So when/if we tell those who continually bring us headaches to take a hike because we don’t need, nor desire the stress they induce upon our lives, we should also allow them the door to enter our lives again. We can accept the apology, or just accept that they have changed, until evidence contrary to this presents it’s self. And hopefully those who are family will realize we love them and want them as a member of our lives, but we hold the right to be individuals without requiring their permission to be who we are. We also hold the right to kick them out again should they begin the same BS again. Unlike a child… an “Adult” doesn’t require more than one chance, and is old enough to know that a true apology means they WON’T repeat the behavior and will do all that is necessary to prevent a repeat performance. 


These are my thoughts and now that it is off my chest I feel slightly better. I hope this little rant of mine can help another but if not, It does help me.

Warmest Wishes and Wonderful Thoughts to you,

Ya-Ya

P.S. Do not let the “Emotional Vampires” of the world “suck the life” out of your day. Be strong, and continue being positive.

Is the Federal Government over stepping in our rights?

Considering the “recent” issues concerning the Bundy ranch located in Bunkerville, NV it seems that we are seeing, quit publicly even if the local news seems to not want to cover it, just how far they are willing to go to take land for a reason that we can not see at the moment.
It is concerning because this is just a step farther in taking away our rights and access to public lands. There are correlations between other stand-offs between citizens/groups and the federal government that greatly concern me, ie. snipers.
The lively hood of this family is being threatened and taken away. While I do agree that the family should pay the money to graze the cattle I do not believe the BLM, Burial of Land Management,  has the right to take their cattle and restrict access to the land like they are, nor employ goons to assault people.

I know the treatment of the Veterans that fight for the country and have been in war are treated horribly in Nevada. Just journey down the I-15 and into California and you would receive better treatment as a Vet, unfortunately unless your willing to pay the expenses yourself it isn’t affordable to most of them and they, therefore, must accept the free treatment from the VA Clinics in Nevada. I’m off-topic now but what I was attempting to point out is that, in Nevada, it seems that no-one gets a fair shake.

There are so many things I could comment on and give my view-point but I’ll try and stick to this. The claim has been made that they are removing the cattle to save the desert tortoise.  This has been proven to be a wrong move time and time again. The BLM has had to euthanize a few tortoises because they CAN NOT manage them. The removal of cattle from the area where the tortoise lives is a horrible idea, unless you want to kill the tortoise off and have ulterior motives. The cattle and tortoises are connected in a food web. The tortoise is dependent upon the cattle, esp in times of drought as they will eat the droppings from the cattle for moisture. They are also dependent upon the cattle as the rancher will haul water out to them when needed and supply feed as needed, which the tortoise takes advantage of. When these things are taken away, what is left for the tortoise? Nothing, and then it dies. This is not management of the tortoise, to kill them off, this is greed over the cattle and rancher by the BLM.

I can not say more on this, except to say that I hope eyes are being opened and that people with make their voices heard.

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New Year’s Resolutionary – Answered

Dear Ya-Ya,
   I’ve been trying to get in shape for this year and seem to have no luck. I take precautions with what I eat and try to exercise a couple of times a week, but I just can’t seem to keep the weight off. What should I do?
Signed,
  New Year’s Resolutionary
Dear New Year’s Resolutionary,
    Many times when we take on a set perspective of what we want to happen and a set time-line for it to happen in it tends to bring us down when the results tend to fall short of what we expected to happen within that time frame. We all seem to do this and in many different areas of our lives, not just weight-loss.
   I’ve done many diets myself, and they all seem to end in the same way. Even with added exercise to what I’m already doing for a diet/change in meals. I’ve set out a block schedule and expect myself to loose so much within that block of time and when I plateau and become discouraged I tend to “cheat”, which just adds the weight back on.
I do not know if this is what is happening with you or if it’s something entirely different.
   I’ve a friend who, try as they might, can’t seem to get the toned look that they desire and recently found out that it’s just the chemical make-up of their body.
I’ve another friend that just couldn’t seem to lose weight no matter what they tried and upon speaking with their Dr, found out they had a medical condition that was easily treatable. Now, with the proper diet and medication, my friend is happily beginning to shed the weight they had worked so hard to lose, unsuccessfully, before.
   My suggestion is to talk with a nutritionist and your Dr before starting anything and make sure that what you plan to do is good for your body as well as making sure there is nothing medically wrong/unbalanced to undermine your good intentions.

All successful “diets” or life-style changes start with knowing for certain what your body specifically needs and can handle. Until your able to see a professional though, I would start with just being sure to eat 3 small healthy meals a day and 3 healthy snacks, cutting out junk food such as chips and sodas (use your own judgment on what you can cut out and what you can’t) and try to walk where-ever you can, if possible. If walking isn’t possible, due to your situation or location, then I would recommend just doing some simple toning exercises (the repetition and movement is what counts) , taking the stairs instead of the elevator, and parking as far from the entrance as possible so that you have farther to walk to and from your destination.

Another thing people tend to do is denying themselves things which tend to lead to “cheating” on their “diets”. Don’t deny it just limit it to so much, or find a healthier substitute that tastes just as good and sometimes,tastes even better. Little things like this tend to add up and just remember, Don’t give up, the end result is worth all the hassle.
For some great meal ideas and delicious deserts check out “The South Beach Diet“, which is a life-style change that a Dr put together for his patients with heart conditions. It’s full of good advice and, in most cases, won’t hurt anyone to try out.
My best wishes on your success and take care. I hope I answered your question. 🙂
Many Blessings your way,
Ya-Ya 🙂