When you think of an umbrella, you immediately recall needing one if it rains. Of course, in places where the temperature is regularly hot enough to cook an egg on the road, an umbrella can be used to keep the sun off of you so your skin doesn’t feel like it’s boiling. While most just rely on sunscreen to keep their skin safe, there’s nothing wrong with wanting a little extra protection from the sun.
The modern day road warrior would have a fair number of devices that he or she totes around, and most of the time, we would have left the home with these devices fully charged. However, there are certain days where we are way too busy with our normal routine, using our smartphones, tablets, and even smartwatches more often than we normally do – and this would cause a massive drain on the batteries. Instead of fretting around, worried sick that your smartphone’s juice runs out before Waze can get you to that business appointment within the shortest time possible, why not ease all of those fears with a charger in your car? This is where Scosche steps in, with their Scosche reVOLT and reVOLT dual car chargers.
Many of us remember Slapsie bracelets, and the endless minutes of entertainment they provided as we approached friends and surprised them with the quick and curly cling of the plastic as we smacked them against wrists, necks, faces, whatever there was to slap. Well for those of you who like to look see the world through the rose-tinted glasses of nostalgia, have we got a gadget for you, and just in time for summer–SlapSee Glasses.
Driving in any capacity is not fun when there’s a lot of traffic to deal with. People are rushed, cranky, and pretty quick to provide you with an array of colorful words and gestures. There are a few people to restore your faith in humanity who give you room to change lanes, don’t crowd too close to the back of your car, and aren’t completely stone-faced when you pass by.
Our time is limited when we come home at the end of the day. We’re usually exhausted, wanting to do little more than relax. If your method of unwinding involves having a cocktail, then you likely fall into one of two types. The first are those who enjoy mixing drinks, and the second wishes they had a bartender in their home so they can enjoy the end product.
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.
In a world where we struggle to differentiate ourselves from the masses, it can be rough to find something that is inherently “you”, but is still an original idea. You want to make your mark in the world, but the only problem is…what do you do? One search on the web will show you that most things have already been done. However, there are always a few off-the-wall options out there, and maybe, just maybe, you’re the only one who can pull it off.
Do you have an inordinate amount of money and the will to spend it on things that make you laugh? Do you also happen to have six friends that you spend all of your time with, and wish that even getting to and from places was a group effort? On top of all that, are you completely devoid of any care about what others may think of you?
Whether or not we want to admit it, we’re all concerned about how we smell. Hygiene is important, but even if you bathe every day, there’s one thing you never want to forget. Deodorant hides the body odor that comes naturally with going through your day. While some people don’t have as pungent a smell as others, it’s something we all deal with. There are tons of different smells and types of deodorant out there, but it’s very simple to accidentally get it on your clothes when putting it on.
There is nothing like being face to face with nature, there is something so miraculous about the flora and fauna of our world, that being immersed in it can provide you with moments that take your breath away. Yes, I have experienced a few of those moments myself, but just how far should we go in our attempts to commune with nature?