Imagine you are stranded on a desert island, and had to choose just 6 ShareASale Merchant products to make your time a little more enjoyable – What would you choose? We asked Abby, ShareASale’s Blogger Liaison, what her survival necessities where. Checkout what she said:
1. Tropical Sands SPF 50+ by Mexitan.com.
Merchant ID: 20656 – 12% Commission – 30 Day Cookie
My pale skin is no match for the hot sun on a desert island. SPF 50+ (the gallon size, of course) is definitely a necessity to protect my skin from the harmful rays and to stay comfortable. Sunburn hurts!
2. A Pebble 2 Watch courtesy of Pebble.com.
Merchant ID: 61198 – 10% Commission – 30 Day Cookie
I’m the type of person that has to know what time it is, at all times. It would also be interesting to see just how many steps you can take walking around an island by yourself. The Pebble 2 has over 10,000 apps to keep me preoccupied for up to 7 days before the battery dies, so hopefully I’m not stranded any longer! It’s also waterproof. Bonus!
3. A 5lb Bag of Custom Trail Mix from Nuts.com.
Merchant ID: 62192 – 8% Commission – 30 Day Cookie
I’ll need my most favorite snack with me, which is salty peanuts, almonds, sunflower seeds and some chocolate chips! This will hopefully keep me energized and ready to tackle anything that I encounter during my stay at the island.
4. A Deluxe Volleyball Set from MansionAthletics.com.
Merchant ID: 48128 – 7% Commission – 30 Day Cookie
I can keep myself busy pretty much all day practicing my skills for beach volleyball. Then, I can have my own ‘Wilson’ by night!
5. A Beach Towel by MonsterTowel.com.
Merchant ID: 62114 – 15% Commission – 90 Day Cookie
The world’s biggest towel would certainly come in handy. It would keep the sand off me while I sleep, and allow for me to stretch out and get dry after my swims!
6. A Headlamp courtesy of Photonlight.com.
Merchant ID: 13733 – 10% Commission – 60 Day Cookie
I may be slightly afraid of the dark, so this headlamp will keep me safe and aware of my surroundings, even when the sun goes down. I can even work on a campfire at night while being hands-free!