I was really excited when ATailorBird reached out to me to see if I wanted to test out their Laptop Sleeve for 13 in laptops. We both currently use 13 in laptops (Macbook Pro Touchbar and Dell XPS) and we have been wanting to use a few different bags recently that were good overall, but that didn't offer the protection we needed for our devices. In this regard, this laptop sleeve has been a lifesaver! This sleeve seems to not only be high quality and offer great protection, but it also includes some slip pockets in the front zippered pocket that might allow me to simplify the way I carry my accessories on a daily basis. Read on to get an in depth look at the ATailorBird Laptop Sleeve.
The Nomatic Travel Pack is one of the bags I have been most excited to try out. The original Nomatic travel bag set the bar super high and I have to say that the newest bag did not disappoint. This bag has so many great features and is very unique in that it works very well as both a day bag and a travel backpack that can hold up to a week's worth of clothing. Continue reading to see our in depth reviews for the Nomatic Travel Pack and the Nomatic Packing Cube.
I am slightly obsessed with gadget organization and the concept of having a dedicated tech dopp kit. There are tons of options currently available that are made of all sorts of different materials, different sizes and different price ranges. It can be tricky to find a good quality organizer at a reasonable. Another issue I run into is having to carry multiple packs: one for smaller items (cables), one medium objects (headphones), and one larger objects (camera). I'm all for modular packing but this can get a little cumbersome so I was very excited when ATailorBird reached out to see if I wanted to test out their Electronics Organizer. This item seemed to not only be a good quality and offer really cool compartments to keep everything organized, but it also looked like it would allow be to simplify my carry on a daily basis. Read on to get a in in detpth look at the ATailorBird Electronics Organizer.
Traveling is, for the most part, awesome. It's always exciting to start a new journey and plan all everything out. One part that can sometimes be very stressful, however, is getting through security checkpoints at the airport. There is no more sinking feeling than arriving to the airport with your digital boarding pass already in hand and not having to check any bags in because you packed super efficiently, and then seeing a giant, amusement park looking line awaiting for you to get through security. Although the line is unpleasant, there are a few things everyone can do to help things move more quickly. Some frequent travelers will already be doing most of these things and many will seem like common sense, but here is a list of six tips that we think can be useful for anyone looking to make their wait in the airport security line a little less unpleasant.
Having the ability to work from anywhere is one of the greatest feelings in the world. Whether you run your own company or you happen to work for a company that allows remote work, having the freedom to work from wherever you want is awesome. However, with that freedom comes great responsibility and it is important to still be able to work effectively from whatever location you are choosing to use as your office whether it be a cubicle in the city, or a hammock on an exotic beach. Below is a list of five of our favorite tools for being able to work effectively from wherever we are.
No matter how many trips you take, actually planning it will often be a very long and frustrating experience. Add to that trying to plan a trip between multiple people and it just gets that much more complicated. Izabella and I always travel together so at minimum there are always at least two people involved in the trip planning process and even that can get difficult with regards to who is responsible for what and what progress has been made on different tasks such as booking hotel rooms or buying train tickets. One way that we have managed to improve our planning process, and keep most of our sanity, is by using an awesome (and free) project management tool called Trello.
I have been rocking an Incase Campus Pack for a few years now and I have absolutely loved using the bag everyday. It is still alive and well, but it is starting to look a little worn so I decided to start looking for my next everyday bag. the Incase Reform Action Camera Bag immediately caught my eye due to its size and the amount of different pockets/organizational options that it seemed to offer so I decided to try it out. Below I have included some of the pros and cons that I noticed as I was testing the bag out.
We are excited to share our thoughts and (hopefully) helpful tips on traveling, exploring, and dancing around the world!