Bamboosa Lap Log

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Road Trip with Kids: 5 Tips That Will Keep You Sane

For many of us, with summer comes at least one family road trip. We have a couple of road trips penciled in our calendar for this summer, and with kids who are too excited to sleep in the car, I have had to come up with ways to keep them busy (and keep the peace!) for long stretches of time. Road Trip with Kids: 5 Tips To Help Keep the Sanity 1. My kiddos like to draw, color, and write, so they need a stable surface to make this possible in the car. The Dexas Slimcase works perfectly for this....

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Give Some Love To Your Favorite Makers For the Martha Stewart American Made 2014 Awards

Have you heard of the Martha Stewart American Made 2014 Awards? In case you need to be schooled, this is the third year that American makers in the fields of crafts, design, food, and style are nominated to win $10,000 for a chance to grow their business. SHARE your favorites by Tuesday September 9 to influence the judges and move your favorites into the finalist round.  Simply click to their American Made 2014 Awards profile and share the profile on Facebook and/or Twitter so they can move on to become a finalists. Our Martha Stewart American Made 2014 Awards Picks Some of USA...

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Made in USA Giveaway & Review: Bamboosa Lap Log is an eco-friendly, hands-free friend for iPads & readers

This week, I am going to tell you about an American-made product that you might not know you need, but I'm going to tell you… you need it. It's a Lap Log, made in South Carolina by Bamboosa. A Lap Log is a cylindrical bean bag (buckwheat hull bag, actually), sewn into an organic cotton twill cover, which has a pocket to secure a hand-sanded repurposed wood insert that holds your iPad, Kindle, Nook, or any kind of tablet.  It rests comfortably on your lap and adjusts simply on any surface.  It is light, comfortable, even kind of cuddly.  I loved it the moment I got my hands on it, but so did the rest of my family. We have been swiping it from each other incessantly for the last six weeks. We even took it on vacation with us. True story. It is hard to describe, but using an iPad or tablet when you don't have use your hands to hold it is a completely different experience.  When the screen is held steady, adjusted to the perfect angle and you only need to use a fingertip to interact with it, the feeling is somehow more relaxing.  And, in the case of cooking from an on-screen recipe, it is definitely more clean!  I really liked using it with my iPad in the kitchen. My children love being able to...

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