When you have to be in top form every single day, you start being far more wary of potential threats to your health. You wash your hands more, take extra care with how long food has been in the fridge, and start keeping all of your stuff away from places that will be rampant with germs. If you don’t want to set your purse or pack on a restaurant or bathroom floor and a hook isn’t available, you should probably just bring your own.
Having your phone battery die near the end of the day is a pretty sad occurrence. You’re instantly disconnected from all of your family, friends, and world events, and can do nothing more than hear the hum of life as it flits on around you. While one backup battery can normally save the day, some people need more than their phone charged, and oftentimes once is not enough.
If you were thinking of some things that are associated with masculinity; fire, meat, metal, tool boxes, cars, and guns (arms or weapons, it’s up to you) might come to mind. While none should be worried about fitting the stereotype, it’s sometimes fun to indulge in the ideal societal standard. Since no one in their right mind would turn down grilled foods because they’re amazing, having a BBQ could be your time to shine as a man’s man who wants to sear cow flesh over a blazing fire.
We were lamenting about the cold weather a few months ago, and now the heat is starting to make us regret not enjoying the frigid air more. It’s easier to bundle up when it’s cold than to deal with heat as there are only so many layers you can take off before it’s just you in your birthday suit. There are fans and breathable clothing that you can buy, but when it’s blazing hot, you’re always going to want backup plans for your backup plan.
When you’re on the go so much that you’re barely in your hotel room long enough to sleep, you end up snoozing on transit getting to your next destination. It’s not something you want to do, but if you need to be alert and look like you aren’t half-alive, it’s a necessity. While you can’t control where you end up whether it’s a train, plane, or automobile, you can at least have some means of making the experience slightly more comfortable.
If you were to go snorkeling, balancing your love of air with getting to see under the water’s surface will be your greatest battle. It’s not exactly easy to get the hang of, and you also have to blow water out when you breach, just like a whale, or you’ll be gagging on it in no time. The only sad part about snorkeling is that it’s really hard to take in all the goings-on underwater, as most masks give you a very small field of vision and usually shadow your view.
Booq, the folks who happen to come up with designs of extremely stylish and yet functional laptop bags, backpacks and carrying cases for creative professionals, have just introduced their most recent brief for business travelers, calling it the Saddle Pro along the way. The Saddle Pro will feature an expandable design that ensures it is perfect for comfortable traveling, where it boasts of quick-access pockets that will be able to keep important items such as passports and an iPad within easy reach. The asking price for the Saddle Pro from Booq stands at $295 a pop, and we will look at it in greater detail right after the jump.
When you’re traveling for work with tons of equipment in your car, every inch of space matters. You have to tetris it all in just right, and it’s normally about that time you realize you’re not going to have room for your own clothes. Even a carry-on suitcase can be too big at times, and you have to weigh the pros and cons of having more of your personal affects or equipment.
When it comes to electric bikes, there tends to be this particular “prejudice”, so to speak, of such a mode of transport being heavy or rather difficult to tote around due to the additional battery pack as opposed to a normal bicycle. Having said that, it looks like the M2S All-Go intends to change all sorts of stereotypes that one has in one’s mind, as the M2S All-Go electric bike will sport a carbon frame that offers not only distinct looks, but also a light ride weight to boot.
The month of May signifies different things to different people. Having graduated last year, I understand it means final exams, projects, and thesis papers to many, but in the very least it promises a few months of freedom before repeating the cycle. This year I’ve discovered it just means warmer weather that makes me care about leaving my home after work. Regardless of what it means to you, being outside will soon be something we’ll actually want to try without snow coming in to ruin it!