Finding the right iPhone case can be a tall order. First, it needs to be functional and protective: iPhones aren't cheap, after all! If a case doesn't actually protect your phone, what's the point of having a case at all? Second, the case needs to look good. I mean, come on, you have to look at this thing all day, every day. How can you be expected to look at your phone if it's dressed in some dull plastic case? Luckily for you, CASETiFY has answered the call with a variety of durable and protective cases that feature luxurious materials and designs. These unique CASETiFY iPhone cases will make for the perfect gift for anyone with a fantastic sense of style—especially yourself!
Most men don't like to admit something like this, but I'm just going to go ahead and do it anyway—I'm horrible at fishing.
I know, you're probably thinking: "How can one really be THAT bad?" Well let me tell you firsthand, fishing is a science. You're not just throwing a line and praying for the best.
In America, students are showing less and less interest in STEM—despite the rapidly growing demand for STEM professionals. Our workforce needs people who are into the hard sciences, but we can't force kids to choose a career in the sciences if they don't want to explore that world.
Traditional skateboards are on their way out. There, I said it. I'll admit, it sounds a little crazy, but just wait until you get your hands on what's replacing them. The integrated features of WALNUTT skateboards and their accompanying app make them not only safer, but also much more powerful than normal boards. While they won't be replacing all traditional skateboards any time soon, electric skateboards like the WALNUTT Spectra Mini are undeniable evidence of the incredible potential of this high-tech update on the classic vehicle.
Slowly but surely, I'm pretty sure I'm going deaf.
I could maybe blame that fact on attending concerts as frequently as I do, maybe it's just bad genes, or it could be because I had a major tendency to listen to music at a blisteringly-loud level for most of my teen years. Either way, I've started to notice the toll it took on me lately.
Back when I lived in a dangerous neighborhood, the fear I had of break-ins was very, very real. I lived alone in my apartment, and it was the type of neighborhood that most people avoided in the daytime—let alone at night.