Monday, December 15, 2014

My Geeky Goodies December!

Once again the outstanding people at My Geeky Goodies,were nice enough to send me their monthly box.  This box was the Dark and Festive box or the Winter Box-O'-Fun.

My Geeky Goodies is a monthly box with the price plan being:
1 month-$24.99
3 month-$71.91 ($23.97 a month)
6 month-$137.94 ($22.99 a month)
For just a little bit more than Loot Crate, you are guaranteed a Funko Pop Vinyl or a t-shirt!

I loved everything in this box,as always it was amazing and I loved that everything was Winter/Christmas related.

First thing in the box was a bag of plushie snowballs so you can have an indoor snowball fight.  You don't have to worry about wet mittens and cold noses!  But you might have to watch out for someone trying to take out that lamp you love but everything else thinks is hideous.

 Next I pulled out a little pin with the My Geeky Goodies logo on it.  I'll put it on the lanyard with my other pins.

Then I got the Elf on a Shelf An Elf's Story Mint Chocolate Chippey lip balm. I tried it after I was done with my unboxing video.and it was great. It feels moisturizing and it smells and tastes really good.
After the lip balm there was the Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer, Reindeer Noses cinnamon candies in an adorable tin.  These were so good.  I only ate one during the video but afterwards while I was editing I had about 15.
Next to last was the Funko Pop Vinyl from the movie, Frozen.  It's adorable and I'm gonna put him on my shelf o' awesome with my other pops.
The Last two things in the box were The Nightmare Before Christmas mystery mini fingures. I got Sally and Devil.  I was really hoping for Santa Jack because it was really cute but I'm happy with the ones I got.

If you are in the market for a monthly subscription box, I highly recommend My Geeky Goodies.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

5 Hour Energy Shots!

Recently I got to try the 5 Hour Energy Shots in Pink Lemonade free through Smiley360.  My opinions are my own though.

I am always tired, I have chronic fatigue, so trying an energy boosting drink is always great.  Now I am not a fan of those energy drinks that taste like liquid pixy sticks and I was kind of worried this one would too because of the flavor, Pink Lemonade, but it didn't.  It was just the perfect amount of sweetness to make it taste like a treat instead of if I was drinking syrup.

The energy boost kicked in quite quickly and lasted for hours.  I don't technically know if it was 5 hours because I didn't watch the clock to time it.

Also there was no crash afterwards.  My energy levels slowly went back to normal instead of me feeling like I needed a nap, which is always good.

The best thing about this product isn't the energy or even the taste.  The best thing about this product for me was that 5 Hour Energy Shot gave money to Living Beyond Breast Cancer for every pink and white Pink Lemonade bought.

If you have a chance to pick up an energy shot, definitely get 5 Hour Energy Shot Pink Lemonade.

Monday, November 24, 2014

My Geeky Goodies November 2014!

It's once again time for My Geeky Goodies and I thought I loved the first box I got (September) but this box is even better!
My Geeky Goodies is a monthly box with the price plan being:
1 month-$24.99
3 month-$71.91 ($23.97 a month)
6 month-$137.94 ($22.99 a month)

First thing I pulled out of the box was the Jelly Belly Star Wars Galaxy Mix jelly beans.  Omg, these are the coolest jelly beans ever, they look like they've been painted with edible gold paint. They are shiny, and metallic, and sparkly.  I was going to chow down but I decided to save these and put them on the shelf o'awesome.
Next up is a Star Trek Floppet.  It's a little figure attached to velcro so you can stick it on things!  I got a klingon brandishing a bat'leth.
Then I got a CB (Character Building) Doctor Who micro figure.  I got Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor and I had to put him together.  I didn't realize while I was doing the video that it looked like the poor thing had dislocated his shoulder but I fixed him for his close-up.
Next were two, yes two Funko Science Fiction Micro Figures. These are not rinky dink little plastic toys. These are solid and fairly heavy. I love the details on them both.  When I showed off my box to my family, these are the things that were fought over. I emerged victorious in the end though.

First up is the Alien Figure.
Then is Alien's nemesis...Predator!  I'm so glad I got them together but I hope their epic battles don't keep me awake at night.

Lastly is the best thing in the R2-D2 Funko Pop Vinyl.  It's so cute and I'm gonna put him on the shelf o' awesome right next to my Pop Yoda.

All in all this was an amazing box and I'm so glad that they sent it to me.  Those are some awesome people at My Geeky Goodies.  I recommend you subscribing today!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Spoilers! My Geeky Goodies September Box.

My Geeky Goodies is a new subscription box service catering to the geek side of life and I love it. They just started sending out boxes in August so this is their second box. They were kind enough to send me a box so I can show all of you.

My Geeky Goodies is a monthly box with the price plan being:
1 month-$24.99
3 month-$71.91 ($23.97 a month)
6 month-$137.94 ($22.99 a month)
Now this is a little more expensive than my beloved Loot Crate, but with a shirt or pop vinyl guaranteed every month I think the price difference is worth it.

The first item I pulled out of the box is a Adventure Time figure set featuring Jake (he's my favorite) and Tree Trunks.  They are so cute!

The next thing in the box is a Pop Vinyl Mordecai from Regular Show. I'm not as familiar with this show as I am with Adventure Time but the ones I've seen were funny.

Thirdly from the box was a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles vinyl figure.  I got Donatello.  It's such a cute little figure, I wish I got Mikey to go with my others but Donnie is cool too.

Then in the box we have a My Geeky Goodies exclusive artwork from Mike Vasquez of MikeGoesGeek. It's called Galaxy Time, and it's a Guardians of the Galaxy/Adventure Time/Regular Show/Bravest Warriors crossover. It is just so cool.

Last in the box we have a t-shirt and this t-shirt was fought for when I showed it off.  In the end I won of course. This 80's cartoon hero mashup was done by Dan Harris of Pencil Pirates.  Dan's info card that was included with the box is also an adorable piece of art. Poor Jon Snow, he knows nothing.

All in all, I loved everything in the box and I look forward to seeing what they do for October.