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Brandy Z.

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Fort Walton Beach, FL

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Ran across DailyGoodieBox on Facebook and read what it was about. Decided to try it and glad I did. In July I was selected to receive one of the goodie boxes for the month simply because I interact with their Facebook posts and am active in my DGB account online. My box consisted of a jar of CBD gummies, a single-portion package of lemon cookies, a bottle of natural insect repellent, a box of herbal tea pouches, a tube of lip balm in a non-plastic tube, and a travel sized bar of soap. No fees of any kind, but they do ask you review their program and share pics of your GoodieBox when you are selected, to help spread the word.

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Ran across Tryproducts on Facebook (I belong to a sister site of theirs, DailyGoodieBox) and decided to join. So far I've been selected to try 3 different products and I haven't been a member all that long. It's fun to have the opportunity to try products you might not have run across yourself or hadn't decided to spend the money on. A fun program that I recommend if you like getting free things in the mail (absolutely no cost to you, and I've had no issues with spam emails or solicitations due to having joined the program). The attached photo is the product I received today (the other 2 have not arrived yet). Look them up on Facebook or go straight to their site and register. Products awarded DAILY!

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Needed pain relief due to hamstring/sciatic nerve issue from exercise and running. Was advised by one of my running coaches to seek massage and one of the providers she recommended was Laura Tyree. Laura does not do massage, but she does a technique called Myo-fascial Release (in addition to Theta Healing and teaching Yoga). "This gentle technique of quiet pressure and stretching relieves pain from the restriction of connective tissue damage. " Her website is lauratyree.com

My first visit was 1.5 hrs, with the first 20 or so minutes consisting of us discussing why I was there, Laura evaluating me, and then talking about the technique and what was going to happen. I walked out after the session with a little less pain, but the next day realized she'd helped an issue I hadn't mentioned (that I thought I would have to live with). My right knee would not fully extend immediately upon standing, due to tightness after surgery a year prior. After my first visit with Laura, the knee extended properly upon standing (without me having to rub it or hobble for a few steps) and it also flexes a bit better. The treatment she provides takes effect over time, and as the days went by, my hamstring pain got better (but didn't go away). We had discussed the probability that it would require at least 2 visits, if not more, to resolve my issue. I returned a week later for a 60 min visit, and my situation improved even more, and Laura said I was 85% toward my goal. I could return or just let the issue finish resolving itself if I didn't want to spend the money for another appt. A week after the 2nd visit, I had no hamstring pain, and only slight discomfort (tightness) when running, that didn't plague me after my run. Laura texted me asked that I return for a 3rd visit (30 mins) to get me to 100%, and I agreed. Why start something and not finish it? I went for my 3rd visit today (a week after my 2nd visit), and am very satisfied with how I feel and look forward to feeling the benefits in the coming days. I will definitely return to Laura if I have other issues in the future that this technique can benefit, or just for a yearly (or bi-yearly) body tune-up. I'd much rather have hands-on, caring therapy for my body than to take meds for pain and just feel like I have to live with it. I'd never heard of myo-fascial release before I went to Laura, but now I'm a huge fan and tell everyone I know, who might find her treatment beneficial. First visit for new client - $125 for 90 mins. After that, 60 min visits are $95. My total cost was $220 (plus gratuity, which is not required but I was happy to give).

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Contact Laura through her website and book an appt today!


Had been wanting to try a new salon for months but was procrastinating. I saw a "suggested" business on Fb for Doria Grace Salon and photos of some of the most gorgeous and fun hair colors. After following the page for a week or so, I decided to make an appointment with Mariah. SO glad I did! She listened and we discussed what I wanted and possible options. She was patient, professional, friendly, and fun. Every time the salon posts new photos on Fb, I make mental notes of new colors or styles I want Mariah to try out on me. The pricing is reasonable, the talent is fabulous, and the environment is relaxed and friendly. The salon also has "Ladies Nights" on occasion where a package of services are available for a discounted fee. It's a social event and a way to try out products/services. Color me happy (whatever color that may be! LOL!)

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Book your appointment now. You won't be sorry!

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