Gone are the days where an in-person doctor’s appointment is the only way to meet your medical needs. Instead of wasting time waiting out an appointment—or in the waiting room—more and more medical tech companies are offering at-home alternatives, allowing you to take a personalized and DIY approach to your health.
It’s a bad habit that made its way to our bedside approximately ten years ago with the arrival of the first iPhone: Replacing our everyday (and single-purpose) alarm clock with our multi-tasking smartphone.
During winter months, that often means repeated run-ins with the flu and cold after cold, or at least months of dried-out sinuses and sniffling. During the spring (if it ever gets here!), it means runny noses and endless sneezing as pollen starts to activate those allergies.
From the Shop
KitchenAid 7-Quart Pro Line Stand Mixer
Sony DPT-RP1 Digital Paper
Mulberry Silk Sleep Eye Mask
Sleep: It’s both blissful and, at times, hard to come by depending on what you’re ruminating on. My current comforter was great at keeping me warm, being soft and fluffy and making falling into bed a glorious thing. Or so I thought… because apropos of Earth Day, along came Buffy and I’ve never been the same.
This post is sponsored by Best Buy. As always, all opinions are my own.
My husband and I met over laptops, at 30,000 feet somewhere between New York and Toronto. It was 1995, and when we both slid them out of our bags, we laughed at the coincidence and struck up a conversation. The rest is history.
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.