Getting out of town—for business or pleasure— is the best. But how you get to your destination and experience it once you arrive can make or break each and every trip. I haven’t tried all these service that let you travel like a VIP, but the ones I have tried are divine— it’s all about access to luxury without having a Tom-and-Gisele-sized wallet.
WHERE ARE MY KEEEEYS? On the front hall table? Back upstairs on my bathroom counter? Or did I leave them in my other purse??
Aaaandd, now I’m late.
Sure, the KitchenAid mixer—in its rainbow hue of colors—has long been the pretty and functional item we’ve had to have on our countertops. But new kitchen tech is making it so that’s not the only sleek and useful culinary tool worth splurging on. Here, four new smart kitchen appliances that will have your kitchen feeling very futuristic.
From the Shop
Muse: The Brain Sensing Headband
Native Union SMART Charger
Breville Smart Oven Air
Whether you’re looking for a clever (and of the moment) birthday gift or a spring break surprise to kick off the week vacation from school, the following gadgets for kids are one of a kind when it comes to surprising and delighting your smalls.
This post was written in partnership with WEYV. All opinions are my own.
Recently, my daughter celebrated her Bat Mitzvah, which is a religious milestone in a young Jewish woman’s life that helps her officially become part of her community as an adult (she’s only 13, so a pretty little adult at that!). As part of the occasion, her rabbi asked her to choose a charity she was passionate about and put some effort into raising funds on its behalf.
So much is going on in the smart kitchen space (I just returned from the International Home & Housewares Show and SXSW: I gave presentations on smart kitchen technology in both places), assisted cooking, ingredient recognition, artificial intelligence, voice assistants and inventory management… it’s all either already here, or on it’s way to take our kitchens into the future. But the one thing that still hasn’t been touched by tech: Meal prep. You can have a machine cook dinner to perfection, but someone still has to chop the veggies, marinade the chicken, and wash the lettuce.