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Clipa Review & Giveaway

***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***
I have been wanting something like the Clipa for a along time. Everyone knows that I am a huge germaphobe  so using the restroom in a public place is very scary for me especially when there's no place to hang my purse. Who wants to set their purse down on a dirty and germy floor? I've seen purse hangers like this before while working as a server but never any like this. The Clipa is big and sturdy so it's designed to hold a nice amount of weight. You could use the Clipa for a diaper bag, book bag, or even those ginormous bags the celebrities carry their dogs around in. The Clipa is designed to hang from most tabletops, bathroom stall walls, chairs, fences, rails, and so much more. When you're finished with your Clipa, just hook it right back onto the hardware of your purse or you could even use it as a bracelet. I wore mine around as a bracelet for a day because you honestly can't tell that it's meant for hanging a purse. Clipa comes in a variety of designs and colors to match any personality. I'm pretty happy with mine and extremely relieved that I no longer have to worry about where I'm going to set my purse. 

Check out this awesome video about the many uses of Clipa:

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***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***

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  1. I need that!!!! Love it!! I hate putting my purse on the dirty bathroom floor. Now I don't have to!

  2. pet peeve is drivers on their cell phones

  3. My pet peeve is people who smoke in the doorways of restaurants.

  4. Great giveaway I just shared it with my FB group :)

  5. My biggest pet peeve is when people don't cover their mouths when they yawn and cough!

  6. One of my pet peeves would be parents ignoring their children, or walking away from them while they're in a basket in the grocery store. I have an entire post of pet peeves!!

  7. I hate when people dont wash their hands after coughing, sneezing, or using the bathroom. GROSS!!!!!!

  8. people who pull in front of you in their cars to turn ---if you're going to be turning soon pull behind me......
    Sherri J

  9. People who are not open and honest

  10. One of my pet peeves is drivers. Generally it is almost all drivers - you can tell they want to change lanes but they won't use a signal; then there are the ones who seem incapable of reading the "No Turn on Red" sign or the ones who make left turns when there is a nice big "No Left Turn" sign. The ones on their cell phones are just plain dangerous. They don't pay attention to anything.

    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

  11. One of my pet peeves is people who don't wash their hands after using the restroom (NASTY).. many times I have seen this happen... another pet peeve is drivers and cell phones..either pull over and talk or put the phone away..
    Cindy Chouinard- Mick

  12. my pet peeve is when my purse strap dont stay on the chair when im dinning ...ugh

  13. My pet peeve is in lines when paying for things, I feel people are rushing me to pay & get out of the way. Even the cashiers. Also where did the "stand" for writing checks or looking in your purse go?
    rierie11booger (@)

  14. Biggest RELATED pet peeve is having to put my bag on the floor at a restaurant or something and getting it all dirty. Plus I am forever forgetting it!


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