Reviews

The Things I Carry: Bambaw Bamboo Cutlery Set

The Things I Carry: Bambaw Bamboo Cutlery Set

Bamboo is awesome. For those of you who don’t know, I’ve been striving to live a greener and more minimal lifestyle. One of the greatest ways to go down towards that path is investing in bamboo products. There are plenty out there such as toothbrushes, razors, and even stockings that are made out of bamboo (or mostly bamboo) which are better alternatives to what’s out there.

Book Series: Reading Report and Review

Book Series: Reading Report and Review

Start here for the Reading Report and Review Series

You will expect one to two posts per month about a book that I have read.

These books will focus on self-development, business, tidying, and perhaps a random romance novel or two. However depending on any recommendations that I may get, there could be genres outside of those mentioned in a Reading Report and Review.

The Things I Carry: Fairy Secret Instant Natural Pain Relief

The Things I Carry: Fairy Secret Instant Natural Pain Relief

As a part of my series, The Things I Carry, I will be discussing why I have kept my Fairy Secrets’ Instant Natural Pain Relief from my Minimalist Adventure. You can consider this an informal review of sorts and if you want to try the magic spray yourself, then keep on reading.

How Google Photos Changed My Life

How Google Photos Changed My Life

Today we’ll discuss how one of their many programs, Google Photos, changes my life. As I mentioned in my article about Minimalism, I was attempting to brainstorm ways to be more conscious of what I owned and used on a daily basis.

Munching on MealPal : The Good, The Bad, The Delicious

Munching on MealPal : The Good, The Bad, The Delicious

I have been using MealPal for two months

MealPal, for those of you who cook and take your leftovers to work, is a subscription based service that allows you to order food from participating restaurants in the NYC area. MealPal is a godsend for people who have the following three traits: You can’t cook, you work in NYC, you are indecisive as heck.