Hey everyone! So as you can see I caved in and actually bought a fidget spinner. I’ve always been a natural fidgeter so when someone I knew had this “toy” I decided to try it out. So I’ve been using it for about almost 3 weeks so here is my review on it! So check it out and subscribe if you like what you see!
As many of you know I have subscriptions to several different streaming sites where there is anime and I want to discuss the pros and cons for all of them.
Pros: Even if you don’t have a subscription you can still watch shows on here but you just have to wait a week after the original air date to watch. I definitely used to use this when I didn’t have the money to have a subscription.
Cons: As someone who is a fan of dubs I just wish they had more anime that was dubbed. They have a few anime’s dubbed on there but definitely not enough.
Pros: Once again even if you don’t have a subscription you can still watch some shows. If you do have a subscription then you have access to every show that Funimation has on the site as well as extras. These extras could be panels at conventions to cast commentary on shows. Plus you also have access to the dubs if it is available.
Cons: I’ve noticed while using the streaming service that there are times where it will just stop working. Maybe this just happens to me but it can suck when your in the middle of watching a show and the services says streaming not available.
So I’m going to put Hulu and Netflix together since they are both very similar with their streaming services.
Hulu & Netflix:
Pros: Both services have more than just anime so you and everyone in your family or friends can enjoy a variety of shows.
Cons: Sometimes the shows don’t have the entire seasons of a show so if you want to watch the 2nd season you have to go hunting for it somewhere else.
Alright now for me my favorite ones to go to are generally Hulu and Funimation. This is because I notice that a lot of the shows I tend to watch Funimation has but also Hulu because of Funimation decides to stop working Hulu usually has the show I’m looking for.
But out of the ones I’ve mentioned which one(s) would you be willing to try or already use. Comment down below with what you think!
I know I said I was going to post video’s on Saturday’s but since I’m going to be gone this weekend at an anime convention I’m posting it today! Enjoy and check it out here! Also don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe to my channel for more videos!
So yesterday I received my monthly subscription to Kawaii Box and it was so cute!
I got a lot of neat things such as chopsticks, some candy, a cute lollipop hair clip, a bracelet, a little stuffed raccoon key chain, and much more.
This time there was a bit of a smell that I’m not for sure where it was coming from. But it went away after a few minutes.
I’m most excited about the chopsticks and the hair clip since I love hair accessories. But if you would like to subscribe to kawaii box go to kawaiibox.com. It’s only 18.50 month and it has free shipping.
Let me know what you thought of this review and of Kawaii Box overall if any of yall are subscribed as well. Once comment down below and I will always answer you back!
Alright so this is a new topic for me but for those of you who like Japanese or Korean snacks or items will love getting this cute little box each month.
I actually heard about this company through YouTube by watching a blogger by the name of momotokio do a box opening of her kawaii box. After that I went on to kawaii boxes website myself to get more information to which I ultimately ended up subscribing myself.
So let’s get started on the review and then later on below I will list the cost and a link to the website.
So as far as shipping is concerned it took about 2 weeks for me receive my box but since it was coming from Singapore I understood. They did give me a tracking number as well as email me when it had shipped. The only complaint I had was that I couldn’t track it. Every time I tried to it said that shipping information wasn’t available. But that for me wasn’t a big deal since I knew I was going to get it soon.
When I go my box it arrived in this cute white box with the company’s name written in the corner and taped very nicely.
Once you open the box there is pink tissue paper of course with a cute postcard to match.
And these are the items I had inside….
I had in total 9 different items and everything was just so cute and adorable. I especially love the socks, the pen, and the panda phone charm.
I definitely can’t wait to get my next box from them which should be at the end of February. The total cost of a monthly subscription is 18.90 a month. They also only accept PayPal so if you don’t have a paypal account it will direct you to create one. The website is Kawaii Boxif you would like to take a look yourself.
Let me know if the comment below what you think of this review and also let me know if you would like me to review each box that I get.