If your hobbies usually including rock climbing, hiking, rafting, kayaking, and other outdoor activities, you probably know the real struggles of keeping your devices on you. While there are starting to be phones you can pour bottle after bottle of champagne on, some phones can’t take a drop of water or they’ll start to malfunction. While you can handle an 8-10 foot drop, having your phone fall at the wrong angle can mean you’re looking at a replacement.
For a lot of people the 9-5 grind seems like a dream come true compared to the workload they normally face. Oftentimes you’ll get business calls while walking down the street, on vacation, or out at a bar after hours. You can’t ignore it, because every time you don’t pick up you’re ruining yourself further down road, or jamming lines of communication. Wherever you are, you want to make sure you’re receiving calls and answering with enough clarity to make sure neither side is being misunderstood.
When you’re traveling all the time, you start to get a grasp for the things you know you’ll need on a day-to-day basis. It’s impossible to be on the go and get anything done without your devices which all come with accessories and a backup battery to make sure nothings dies at an inconvenient moment. Then there’s the stuff you need like a change of clothes, external speakers for impromptu work spaces, and a bag to keep everything in.
The phrase “when it rains, it pours” is true for just about everything. You can be coasting along with not much happening in your life, then all of a sudden you have more tasks and responsibilities to keep up with than there are hours in the day. When using this to refer to the weather, it’s usually when you think it’s not going to rain, and then a light drizzle becomes an onslaught of water that will drench you and anything you’re carrying.
If you work from home, it’s important to have a setup that is comfortable since you’re going to be there for hours on end. Well, somewhere in the general vicinity anyway. It’s only natural to roam a bit every once in a while to change up the scenery. Of course, if you want to move, you need to be accommodating to your available outlets since they’re not going to shift around just because you want to spice up your seating.
If you travel a lot and are under pressure to appear as if you just stepped out of a shoot for a magazine, then you need every aspect of your daily look to be perfect. The clothes have to match and be clean, your face has to have some obvious hygienic attention, hair styled, hands unsullied, and the hardest of all to maintain, no lint. It’s definitely more difficult if you have pets, but dust, dandruff and more are always going to try and make their presence known on your clothes.
They say that your first impression is the most important one, and that is true. If you’re a jerk to people with mustard stains from the day prior on your shirt, you can imagine how highly people are going to think of you. Rather than working to improve your image from the bottom up, it’s better to be completely equipped from the get-go, looking and acting your best.
How many of your coworkers and colleagues carry a backpack? Past using them in college it’s a bit of a strange sight to see. However, people who commute on a regular basis and rely heavily on public transportation don’t usually mind toting one around. That is, so long as it gets them from place to place with all their stuff and doesn’t have them bumping into everyone.
When the sun is up, there’s enough light to see far as your eyes can comprehend. You don’t mind when the leaves rustle or a bird chirps because you see the branches moving and can tell what the source of the sound is. As day becomes night, we have to start relying on our other senses to alert us to danger. If you like to go camping quite a bit, then you know that every sound can be interpreted as a serial killer or rabid bear.
When you live in an urban area, where there is a whole lot of development, chances are, the more expensive places in which you stay at would have better facilities as well as last mile connectivity. Of course, not everyone is able to own the best place in town, simply because one’s purchasing power is not all that high despite living in an economically vibrant area. Having said that, the INU folding electric scooter can be said to be perfect for urbanites, where it will function not only as a primary means of transportation in an urban setting but also as a last mile solution.