From about the time we first moved in together, my wife has been introducing new eco-friendly changes to our home about every 6 months or so. First, it was hang-drying our laundry, next it was cutting back on single-use disposable items like water bottles and paper towels, then it was buying as much local produce as possible.
When it comes to cigars, there are plenty of great times to enjoy one: celebrating, tailgating, relaxing on vacation, fishing, hanging out, just because you wanted one. Tons of scenarios. Unfortunately, while the occasion might find you in an array of different locations, that doesn’t necessarily mean that the cigar itself is going to be up for it.
World-class athletes, creatives and eager sneakerheads flocked to adidas’ first ever 747 Warehouse Street festival (February 16-17) to celebrate NBA All-Star Weekend and the future of basketball culture.
I love the holidays, but not the part that involves shopping. It’s already a stressful time of year, let alone having to stand in line every store you go into.
Truth be told, I almost never see a doctor when I should. Of course, it has everything to do with being limited on time—something I think many can easily relate to.
I feel like I would be making a pretty safe guess if I said that just about everybody is familiar with the existence of bone marrow donation.
I’m living proof of the motto, “do what you love and good things will come.” Heck, as I write this post right now, I still can’t believe I’ve been blogging full-time for over five years.