Moleskine Notebook

Moleskine Notebook

Its smart, cute, and purse friendly. A great gift, or fabulous enough to keep for yourself!

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  • Religiously, the Sanitary Pad Layers Table turn out beautifully . I don't even notice its look like a sanitary pad ( if you don't mention at all ) . what do you think ?

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  • The Wowo Dog Pod, by Vurv Design, is targeted at hip, design-conscious pet owners and their pampered pets. Wowo's bent ply products have a distinct mid-century aesthetic, and cater to pet owners who want their pet accessories to c... The Wowo Dog Pod, by Vurv Design, is targeted at hip, design-conscious pet owners and their pampered pets. Wowo's bent ply products have a distinct mid-century aesthetic, and cater to pet owners who want their pet accessories to complement the beauty of their modern furnishings. More of a recliner than a pet bed, it's like an Eames chair for your best friend.

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  • I so need one of these! I live in Texas, where at 9:00 at night, its still 100 degrees! Ugh! And, to make matters worse, my bedroom is upstairs in a house that was designed by northerners who didn't realize that they would nee... I so need one of these! I live in Texas, where at 9:00 at night, its still 100 degrees! Ugh! And, to make matters worse, my bedroom is upstairs in a house that was designed by northerners who didn't realize that they would need to make adjustments to some of the designs (like very high vaulted ceilings with no circulation). So, needless to say, my bedroom is always hot, but if I had one of these, I might be much better off at night! Ok, enough of my ranting. Here's what the company has to say about this cooling mattress pad: ChiliPadTM technology uses water instead of air to generate a wide range of in-bed temperature adjustment. Similar to the semi-conductor technology that cools your computer, water passes by the chip and depending on the direction of electron flow the water is cooled or heated. The water flows through soft coils in the mattress pad actively adjusting the temperature of the surface. There is nothing but water flowing through the mattress pad; all temperature change happens in the control unit placed conveniently under the bed. Using advances in semiconductor technology the temperature can change from 46oF to 118oF, at a fraction of the cost of air-conditioning. The result is the effect of a cool or warm bed throughout a night's sleep. The motor is virtually silent (under 20 dBa) and has been designed to fit under a standard bed frame. It is controlled in one degree increments with a hand held remote. The benefits of a cooler night's sleep are medically proven to increase the amount of REM sleep during the night. This is a revolution in sleep!

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  • this is the cutest umbrella i've ever seen. what a fun and whimsical inspiration sure to brighten up even the dreariest of rainy days.

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  • Few things in life are more satisfying than crossing off every item on a list. Get there faster... $1.99

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  • Ever wonder why your rug has waves in it rivaling the surf in Hawaii?? Rugs need rug pads to keep their shape and adhere to the floor. Kids, dogs, and dashing humans on their normal warpath can cause the rug to skid in the sam... Ever wonder why your rug has waves in it rivaling the surf in Hawaii?? Rugs need rug pads to keep their shape and adhere to the floor. Kids, dogs, and dashing humans on their normal warpath can cause the rug to skid in the same direction over and over, stretching it out of shape. You can avoid this with a great rug pad, people!

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  • I love this cute little pad with a rubber closure.

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  • This rocks! Its basically a scanner disguised as a pen. No tablet or scanner necessary. Just clip the receiver to the top of the paper that your using and it records every stroke you make. Then just plug the device into the USB po... This rocks! Its basically a scanner disguised as a pen. No tablet or scanner necessary. Just clip the receiver to the top of the paper that your using and it records every stroke you make. Then just plug the device into the USB port on your computer and everything you just wrote, drew, doodled is transferred to the screen.

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  • Stately and refined changing table for baby. Fits perfect in an older home, like much of restoration's other lines of perfect furniture. Also comes in espresso.

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  • I am a big jotter. This multi-tasking pad will allow me to get rid of my ugly mouse pad and clear some space off of my desk for other things.