Review of the Aer Slim Pouch which is a new minimalist tech organizer that has a sleek look, a nice organizational layout, and a solid build quality.
It’s back to school time, but with everything still going on in the world, this means many will be attending school virtually. In addition, there are many who are still fortunate to be able to work from home and so I wanted to put together a few of the things that have made it easier and more comfortable for me to work from home over the past few months.
With all the crazy things going on in the world right now, there are many people who may currently find themselves working from home or remotely for the first time. If you are on among that fortunate group and are looking to get a few essentials to make your work from home experience a little more effective and comfortable then check out our list which covers some of the items that I have enjoyed using a lot while working outside of a traditional office.
With Apple's adoption of the USB - C standard for it's newest laptops, it looks like this is the port of the future. As with any new technology, there is always an adjustment period for most people and it is difficult to have to go out and buy a bunch of new accessories to be able to do everything that you were already used to. As I have transitioned to using the 2017 Macbook Pro which only has USB - C ports, I have done a good amount of research on which adapters and cables would ease my transition into this interesting new world. At the moment, many companies are just starting to produce these cables and dongles, which means that there are a lot of low quality items on the market or they are just really expensive. However, after spending a great deal of time on Amazon I was able to find the following accessories which I thought were a good balance of price, quality, and features. Keep reading to see the USB - C accessories I use on a daily basis.
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.
One of the activities that has benefited most from the emergence of sophisticated mobile devices has been travel! Before it was so hard to navigate in unknown places, communicating with different areas of the world was difficult, and trip planning was a nightmare. Nowadays with all the amazing apps that are available traveling has become so much easier and more accessible to all. Below are a list of the apps that we would not be able to travel without.
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