Zen12 Review That Doesn’t Suck Seen At The Road to Lifestyle and Bonus Released

The Road to Lifestyle releases its unbiased write up and review of Zen12, which doesn't suck. This statement is made to support its commitment to the movement for greater quality content online. More information can be found at http://goo.gl/jxuOI7


Amidst a bevy of online reviews, personal development blog The Road to Lifestyle has published its own review of Zen12, which it claims “finally doesn’t suck.” This statement is made to support the movement for greater quality content online.


The Road to Lifestyle makes this statement to oppose the deluge from the delirious overabundance of spiritless review sites, which seemingly publish ‘propaganda’ in order to make affiliate sales.


Laura Ceville, Creative Director at The Road to Lifestyle says, “We know reviews are vitally important to the consumer decision making process. That’s why we believe reviews should be genuine and thorough. Otherwise the consumer will be in a worse position than when they started searching out reviews.”


It appears to The Road to Lifestyle that there is a seemingly endless supply of overly positive reviews for many products. Laura Ceville believes this is due to a lack of accountability. This has the drawback of lowering the integrity of online reviews.


Laura Ceville goes on to say, “If a product is genuinely excellent, then a website should sing its praises and lift it up to the light for all to see! … but if it’s isn’t so great, then the site should provide full disclosure. Otherwise, it just sucks.”


In their online review of Zen12, The Road to Lifestyle makes a point of highlighting the positives. For example, after using the product, Laura felt “refreshed.” She was “calm and relaxed, while also focused.” Also, “she was thrilled at the ability to quiet her mind during her meditation sessions.”


However, it doesn’t betray its integrity and avoids bias by highlighting the flaws of Zen12 too. Such as: she found the guided meditation to be “disruptive to the meditation process.” Another criticism: moving from one set of “flavors” to the next is not seamless. According to Laura, a voice welcomes the user at the beginning of each session which detracts from the experience and disrupts the quiet if the goal is to experience a session longer than 12 minutes.


Overall, The Road to Lifestyle ends up rating Zen12 as a 10 out of 10. It also wants to emphasize that the conclusion was arrived at fairly, unbiased and with the consumer in mind.


The Road to Lifestyle’s complete and unbiased write up and review of Zen12 (that doesn’t suck) can be found at http://goo.gl/jxuOI7


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