I have wanted to visit Japan for as long as I can remember. Sadly, the last few years of work travel never took me there. And now that we are in a pandemic, I’m really not sure when I’ll be able to go. One thing is for sure, I am always on the lookout for exciting and safe opportunities to visit Japan when things begin to open back up.
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I quit cereal long ago. Not because I stopped enjoying the sugary treats, but because I couldn’t stop eating it. Even as I grew older and developed a more refined palate, I have never stopped loving a giant bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
I’ve come to love moccasins as I’ve gotten older. The versatile shoe looks as good dressed up as it does dressed down, making it an ideal candidate for everyday wear. The Oak Street Bit Moc is handsewn from Horween Chromexcel Leather, with Brazillian rubber camp soles and an unlined form-fitting inner.
I am continuously impressed with Prime 1 Studio’s craftsmanship. Their statues are second to none and always find a way to ignite nostalgia whenever they release something new. Their latest drop takes us back to Racoon City, where the evil Umbrella Corporation’s experiments have turned its citizens into zombies.
If there wasn’t a reason to travel before, there is now. Jim Beam Bourbon has announced the launch of Lineage, a batched premium whiskey sold exclusively in travel retail shops. This unique whiskey marks the first collaboration between Jim Beam’s 7th and 8th generation family distillers.
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CORSAIR has launched the HS60 HAPTIC, the latest addition to their HS Series of PC headsets. The HS60 HAPTIC features haptic bass developed by Taction Technology, which enhances low-end frequencies using tactile feedback, enabling users to perceive sounds while gaming that other headsets miss.
To help ease this Covid holiday season, Guinness is giving back to communities with a new limited-edition Guinness Gives Back pack. For every Guinness Gives Back pack produced, Guinness will donate $1 ($750,000 collectively) to charitable organizations in the U.S.