If you have been reading this site for any particular time then you know one of the things that we strive to do is to present stylish options for reasonable prices. In an ongoing quest find new ways to slim down and organize what is carried for the daily commute and beyond, "tech organizers" have… Continue reading Turn your inexpensive drug store grooming kit into a DIY tech caddy
It seems like being minimalist, stylish, and functional don't always go hand in hand. Finding something that checks all the box (and doesn't break the bank) can at times be a daunting task. Plus deciding what you really need to carry with you on an everyday basis can result in very loaded pockets if… Continue reading Minimalist Cubical Warrior: What’s your Everyday carry?
We have had the good fortune to tryout some great watches from the little watch company from Connecticut known as the Collinsville Watch company. After months of putting their signature chronograph and Bridge street collections through their paces, we have come away very impressed with the quality and craftsmanship of the company. Hot off the… Continue reading At first look at the Marina collection from Collinsville Watch Company.
It doesn't take many words to tell someone if you like something nor does it take many words to express your absolute dislike for something either. Recently I had the opportunity to try out various grooming products from Harry's and Cantu. As you can see below, it doesn't take a 5000 word essay to express… Continue reading Grooming Short Takes Ft. Harry’s and Cantu (@harrys & @cantubeauty)
The cast and crew of “The Last Jedi” deserve to be congratulated, they do something that hasn’t happened since “The Empire Strikes Back.”They made a movie that’s almost as rewarding, soul uplifting, and unique as the original Star Wars. I walked into the film expecting a “Empire Strikes Back” retread. Instead I was given a film that adds to the Star Wars universe, was thoughtful and touched on issues of war profiteering, economic inequality, and the treatment of animals, while never failing to visually dazzle through the whole film. This year has had some amazing films but “The Last Jedi” clearly stands above them all.
Rian Johnson as the director of “The Last Jedi” proves to be the equal of Irvin Kershner (director of Empire). Empire set the standard for a generation of what fans expect from the second film…
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