Kelly Anne Bonner
Sneezing, sniffling, wheezing—so annoying, right? Thankfully, modern technology has brought us a few clever apps, designed to help minimize the likelihood of allergy attacks, which allow us to navigate the city and keep breathing easy. Whether you have respiratory issues or food intolerances, download these apps pronto.
Getting to work. For many in the city, it's still the same old hassle it’s always been. If you don’t have a plush tech bus at your disposal, perhaps it’s time to check out some of the new ride-sharing startups that are paving the way for a better commute.
Anyone can pop into a Philz or Samovar for a great cup of tea or joe. But for real connoisseurs, coffee's about more than just taste—there's passion in the process, too. For the downright obsessed, making it at home is the only way to go. Try out one of these new gadgets to perfect your morning brew.
As 2016 approaches, so does this year's crop of very ambitious resolutions. Whether you plan to focus on health aspirations, clearing out clutter, or even cutting relationship ties, you should know by now that there’s an app that can do it for you.
Whether it’s enhanced mattresses and pillow sets or a smart snoring device, the most recent influx of tech products want to make it easier than ever to gain some legitimately relaxing shut-eye. For those that have trouble sleeping, you might just find a powerful new soporific in one of these solutions to restlessness.
Gift-giving season has arrived in full force. And while purchasing those items might have been a breeze, getting said gifts into the hands of friends and family can definitely be an ordeal.
For those of you that don’t know, kit-houses were all the rage in the U.S. in the first half of the 20th century. Prior to the Great Depression, people could literally order a house out of a Sears catalog, get the parts shipped to them, then DIY the building right onto their plot of land, Ikea-style. This Glen Ellen remodel, overlooking a beautiful tract of valley in Sonoma County, California, was just one of those houses.
Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
Ever wonder what it would be like to work at Facebook? So did we. A sneak peak into the Menlo Park-based offices exudes the unexpected: Facebook’s headquarters is abounding with striking art and installations, and rarely a corporate logo in sight.
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