Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Boxing Day, Prime Day… Sellers are definitely making a huge effort to take money out of our pockets and into theirs. We worked HARD for that money. Do I really need that fourth gaming console? Will I ever use this home exercise bike? I mean, it’s probably cheaper to buy aContinue reading “I’m Not Buying It”
Every time I charge my laptop or my phone I feel like I’m back in the ’90s. I find myself plugging and unplugging them on a regular basis to keep them going. This is a problem because it wears out their USB-C sockets. Over time, the connections become sensitive and only work some of theContinue reading “There’s Electricity in the Air”
Sometimes you want to keep a pile of paper sheets together. And sometimes you can’t help but wonder why stapling a few sheets together is so hard. I still remember the school secretary applying her full body weight to staple our exams. When it comes to small expenses, I prefer to invest a little moreContinue reading “People All Over the World, Join Paper”
There are very few perfectly engineered machines. I mean, there’s almost always a flaw. A button that’s not responsive, frustrating maintenance routines… So when I find a machine that just works, I’m impressed. The Nespresso Lattissima Touch is such a machine. I’ve been using it and its predecessor, which is harder to get now, forContinue reading “A Double Espresso, Please”
I believe there is not a single person in the world today that travels without electronic devices. Whether it’s a mobile phone, a tablet or a laptop. Some would carry all three, and maybe other devices, too. And, with no exception, at some point these devices need charging. This is where the trouble starts. ThereContinue reading “My International Connections”
I dream of one day being able to focus on my own projects. There is so much I want to do: apps, computer games, mobile games, board games. These all take time. With a full day job, time is a luxury. So I’m trying to work on a retirement plan. My current idea is toContinue reading “Get to Work, Money!”
Get yourself a nice toaster.
Start growing your own food. No garden required.
It’s surprising how many products on sale you can find for a fraction the price.
Figure out what you want to buy long before you actually need it.