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first_img– Advertisement – That’s part of why we’re so obsessed with LifeToGo’s partnership with Sampler, a free product subscription box service. We saw the word “free” and we were already sold, but once we discovered all of the details, we knew we had to let everyone know. The first round of free sample boxes went so well that the collab has reached round two, and it’s looking as incredible as ever!LifeToGo Sampler PackLifeToGoSee it!Get a LifeToGo Sampler Pack at no cost with free shipping!- Advertisement – Get a LifeToGo Sampler Pack at no cost with free shipping!Now, we know we said this Sampler Pack will come with health and wellness products, but what kind exactly? It’s a surprise! Seriously, it will be, but there’s a good chance you can expect healthy snacks, skincare products or even hand sanitizer and face masks. You can browse through all of LifeToGo’s offerings for a better idea, though other great brands will be included as well!So, what do you think? Are you about to sign up? Or did you already sign up? Or are you sending this link to all of your friends right now so you can all compare your free samples? Think of it as an early holiday gift. It’s never too early for gifts! See it!Get a LifeToGo Sampler Pack at no cost with free shipping!Looking for more? Shop all of LifeToGo’s incredible health and wellness brands here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at Happy shopping! When you sign up for this Sampler pack, you’ll have top health and wellness products delivered directly to your doorstep, and you don’t have to pay a cent. So how do you get started? You only need a couple of minutes. Simply click the “Connect with Sampler” button to create your profile and get started!You’ll be presented with a quick and easy quiz, allowing you to answer questions about your preferences so your samples are right up your alley. The quiz will ask questions such as what brands you like to eat and drink, what your general interests are (e.g. fashion, beauty, food, travel), what your skin concerns are and what product details you look for when you go shopping (e.g. eco-friendly, affordable, organic). See it!- Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Doesn’t the word “free” just send a tingle down your spine? It’s the type of word that can turn your day from dull and dreary to exciting and joyous. It’s electrifying. Even when the free offering is something super simple like a bookmark, a tiny packet of moisturizer or a bite of cheese in the grocery store, we can’t get enough!- Advertisement –last_img read more

Man busted for impersonating an officer

first_imgRushville, IN—A Rush County man was arrested on an accusation of impersonating a police officer.According to the Rush County Sheriff’s Department, someone called dispatch on June 27 to report a possible police impersonator that was trying to make a traffic stop.The car looked similar to a common police cruiser. The caller followed the vehicle after the initial encounter and reported the location to dispatchers. Deputies stopped the car on State Road 244.Deputies stated the vehicle did look like a police car. When they searched it, they found numerous police-related items, including a badge, and a firearm. The driver, David Duncan-Hobbs, 28, was also wearing a shirt and baseball hat with the word “sheriff” on them. Deputies arrested him on one count of impersonation of a public servant.Rush County Sheriff’s Department said the citizen who called about Duncan-Hobbs knew something was wrong and called 911, allowing deputies to locate the suspect and his car.Police remind citizens that anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation should call 911.last_img read more

Former policymaker discusses gridlock

first_imgFormer Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh, speaking to a group of about 25 students, faculty and staff in the Widney Alumni House on Friday, advocated for more bipartisanship and compromise in American politics.During a private luncheon hosted by the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy, Bayh spoke and answered questions for nearly an 1 1/2 hours on topics ranging from China to passing a budget. Bayh, a moderate Democrat who sits on the institute’s board of advisers, retired from the Senate in 2011 after his second term because of gridlock and political polarization.Bayh emphasized the importance of working together and crossing party lines to pass legislation. The former senator said when his father served as a Democratic senator from 1963 to 1981, members of both parties would meet regularly. More recently, however, Bayh said it has become extremely rare for Republican and Democratic legislators to meet together for lunch, although both groups caucus separately to discuss policy each week.“[There were] only three times in 12 years that everyone got together to work on something substantively,” Bayh said.This comment incited several reactions and comments from guests.“That was the most striking [thing Bayh said] — how all their meetings are separate,” said Global Director for the Schwarzenegger Institute Bonnie Reiss after the lunch.Though Bayh said he is optimistic for the future, he believes legislators should be encouraged to work across the aisle more often.“If you were in the private sector, this would be a job for industrial psychology or for systems design,” Bayh said.According to Bayh, campaign finance and the polarization of the media are two issues contributing to the problem of responsible governance.Though Bayh said he had never seen any outright corruption during his time in Washington, D.C., he said when individuals or special interests donate large sums, the money comes with strings attached. Bayh disagrees with the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, which said independent political donations from corporations and unions could not be regulated.“The biggest problem, frankly, is the court’s interpretation of the Constitution,” Bayh said.Still, Bayh said he believes the public is ultimately responsible for spurring campaign finance reform since current polls find that the public does not see a connection between campaign spending and effective government.The luncheon guests included student leaders from political organizations in addition to faculty and staff involved in the new Schwarzenegger Institute, which launched in September.“There sure are a lot of ‘presidents’ here today,” said former California State Assembly Speaker Robert Hertzberg.At the lunch, Bayh also predicted President Barack Obama to win the election come Nov. 6, but by an extremely slim margin.“If you put a gun to my head today, I’d say he’s going to be re-elected,” Bayh said, “[but] it’s going to be close.”Though Bayh did not spend much time discussing the media, he did quip about how the campaigns have worked to negatively portray their opponents in swing states, such as Ohio.“You’d be convinced that we have two criminal imbeciles running for president,” he said.Reiss said Bayh serves an example of the type of leader the institute hopes to bring to campus.“I’m proud when the institute can play a role in bringing leaders like Evan Bayh to an important leadership discussion … particularly when he is so knowledgeable about how to move forward and create the type of politics that serves the people best,” Reiss said.Toward the end of the lunch, Hertzberg shared several stories about his attempts to foster bipartisanship in the California State Assembly, such as rearranging seating location and planning social events.Hertzberg added that it is the responsibility of the younger generation to employ technology to fix the what’s broken in government, including the lack of involvement.“The reason why government is failing is no one is participating,” Hertzberg said.Bayh concluded his talk by underscoring the importance of working together to find a middle ground on different issues.“We need to get back to the idea of principled compromise,” Bayh said. “We got to get back to the notion that some progress is better than none.”last_img read more

Emiliano Sala: Cardiff City player on missing plane

first_imgPremier League footballer Emiliano Sala was on a light aircraft which went missing over the Channel Islands, the French Civil Aviation authority said.The Argentine striker was one of two people on board the Piper Malibu which lost contact off Alderney in the Channel Islands on Monday night.Cardiff City signed the 28-year-old for a club-record £15m fee from French club Nantes on Saturday.Guernsey Police said there was “no trace” of the Cardiff-bound aircraft.Image copyrightGETTY IMAGESIt left Nantes at 19:15 and had been flying at 5,000ft when it contacted Jersey air traffic control requesting descent, the force said. The plane lost contact while at 2,300ft.Sightings of red flares were reported during a lifeboat and helicopter search, but “nothing of significance was found”, a Channel Islands Air Search spokeswoman said.Media captionCardiff City signed the 28-year-old from French club NantesPolice said on Tuesday more than 1,000sq miles had been searched by five aircraft and two lifeboats. The search had resumed after being called off overnight “due to strengthening winds, worsening sea conditions and reducing visibility”. Cardiff Airport confirmed the aircraft was due to arrive from Nantes but a spokeswoman said there were no further details.Guernsey harbour master Captain David Barker said no distress call had been received.”It’s far easier to see something on the surface in daylight,” he said. “We are looking for any traces of an aircraft, a life raft, persons in the water, life jackets.”The Met Office said conditions were not “too intense” at the time the aircraft went missing but had become wetter and windier later in the evening.Media captionEmiliano Sala told Cardiff City he wanted to “start training and get down to work” Cardiff signed Sala for a club record fee after protracted negotiations with Nantes and he was due to join his new teammates for training on Tuesday.He has been among the top scorers in France in recent years and had scored 13 league and cup goals this season, third behind Kylian Mbappe and Nicolas Pepe.’Last goodbye’When his move to Cardiff was announced, he said: “It gives me great pleasure and I can’t wait to start training, meet my new teammates and get down to work.”The most recent tweet from Sala’s account was a picture of him and his former team-mates, captioned “La ultima ciao”, or “the last goodbye”.last_img read more

Need a quality motorhome? Donagheys is the place to go!

first_imgDonaghey Motorhomes and Van centre are the largest dealers in Ireland for motorhomes, campervans and commercial vans, check out what amazing models they have in stock this season:We have up to 100 motorhomes in stock at any one time, our backup service is renowned throughout the country. We hold franchises for Hymer, Dethleffs, Carado, Carthago and Knaus.NEW Dethleffs Globebus T1New Knaus Boxstar 600 Street MQAt Donagheys, we also have a great selection of pre-owned motorhomes. We have motorhomes to suit everyone with new Carado Motorhomes ideal for families in stock now with up to seven berths. Hymers both on Fiat and Mercedes are in stock now and well worth a look. The very luxurious Carthago motorhomes are also in stock, as well as van conversions from Knaus and Autocruise. If you are looking for a good quality motorhome then Donagheys is the place to go.We are a Fiat Professional centre, the Ducato is proving to be the best commercial van on the road with great MPG figures and reliability. Customers like Highland Bakery, Lilys Flowers, Bonnar Engineering, Donegal Oil, Meenans  Plumbing, Dunleavy Decor, Donegal Gas, Donegal Metalcraft, who have purchased Ducato’s tell us that they are making fantastic savings on fuel over their previous vans.New Fiat Ducato Hymer Exsis i644NEW Fiat Ducato Carado A461There is a model for most people in the Ducato Range from SWB to XLWB with extra high roof all at very competitive prices.The Fiat Ducato in Germany is number 2 where they claim they are the masters of engineering. If Carlsberg did vans they would PROBABLY be Ducato! Check out the full selection of motorhomes now at and on Facebook here.Visit: Donaghey Motorhomes,Drumnahoe,Letterkenny,Co. Donegal,F92 ETF3Tel: (00353) 74 9129235Email : info@irishmotorhomes.comNeed a quality motorhome? Donagheys is the place to go! was last modified: April 21st, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donaghey MotorhomesmotoringVehicleslast_img read more