If anything is going to make you want to pull your hair out, it’s traveling. Everything is a deadline, and if you’re flying, getting through security can take anywhere from 10 minutes to 3 or more hours. Getting from one gate to another on a layover can show you how good of a runner you are as some airports are huge and you end up getting onto the plane as a sweaty, hot mess.
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.
Most of the time, when we think about exotic cars and the ilk, chances are the names Ferrari, Porsche and Lamborghini would crop up, and these high powered machines that do require a fair bit of skill in order to drive are not exactly cheap and affordable, either. They have also been transformed to be status symbols and featured in many a rapper video that entices people to work hard and purchase it. However, if you would really like to impress your date, how about bringing her out on this $1.5 million Undersea Aquahoverer?
Everyone who comes out with a new product feels as though they’re reinventing the wheel. Most of the time that is definitely not the case, but oftentimes the real change is in smaller aspects that make whatever the item is a bit better than the rest. I’ve seen many more things in crowdfunding campaigns that seem as though they’re really going to take the cake, but there’s always the unknown factor on what the real finished product will be.
When you start traveling out of state more than once or twice a month, you begin to notice little things with packing and driving or flying that you can change to make your life easier. Things like rolling up your clothes so you can pack more, making sure you have extra clothes in your carry-on in case your bags are lost, always having a snack handy, and the fact that chewing gum is your best friend when flying. If you hop from hotel to hotel though, there’s a decent chance you are tired of packing and unpacking a suitcase.
If you’re always on the go you can’t pack too much, but never know when you’re going to need something. This leads to needing to pack smarter, lighter, and as compact as possible. While clothes and toiletries are easy enough to figure out, tools you may need in your travels are a more difficult matter. … Read more
It’s just now staying warm enough to justify a trip to the beach. For those that are going for more than a day, you want to make sure you have plenty of accessories that will maximize your relaxation time. You don’t want to sit directly on the sand, have your food be eaten by seagulls, or have your drink spill, so you need to take some necessary precautions. Of course, this is also while making sure you don’t go too far overboard, otherwise you’re not really enjoying the outdoors at all.
There’s nothing better than having an outfit that not only looks put together, but is functional in every way imaginable. This might mean having a backup battery hiding in your pants, or a tomahawk tucked away in your wallet while still looking cute as button or rugged as a lumberjack. However, there are obvious differences when it comes to quality of the things you choose to wear.
When we go to take a shower, it’s usually not because we’re covered in dirt and grime. We’ve gotten to be very sensitive to smell and minute details. This means our body smell and oil from our hair is often the main cause to bathe. We’re a long way off from living out in the woods, but if we had to be out in the wilderness, chances are you’re going to want to wash off in some way. The only problem being that there isn’t exactly plumbing for the middle of nowhere.
When summer hits, the only days we want to be out are those that are not too hot or humid. We can manage when it gets a little cooler, but when it’s hot there are only so many layers of clothing you can remove and glasses of water you can drink before you run out of options to cool off. We’ve all had a time or two where the air conditioner dies because it simply cannot keep up with how hard it needs to constantly run.