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GPD Pocket 2 – an in depth, hands on review

If you have been in the computing space for a while you may remember the days of the UMPC or netbook. I fondly remember my 8.9 inch screen Acer Aspire one netbook,...

Packing Cubes – Overboard or Essential?

One of the biggest traveller debates just behind backpacks vs suitcases is whether or not to use packing cubes. I have only recently started using them and I admit that this was brought on by...
Travelling on a plane

Top 7 ways to keep your kid entertained while travelling

Holidays are always exciting and often filled with adventure, an often too short spell where families spend some quality time together. But ask any parent what they are least looking forward about their holiday and...

The Yogo Ultralight Travel Mat Review

I don't think I would go as far as to call myself a Yogi. I have, however, experienced the benefits of yoga first hand and am a strong advocate for taking time...

Top Five Ways to Keep in Touch with Family and Friends Overseas

There’s no sugarcoating it: it can be hard being away from family and friends. No matter how exciting it is to start our new lives away from home, there’s always a...

TRX long term review

Talk about body weight training and a name that will undoubtedly come up is the TRX, and with good reason. Suspension trainers are a great way to supplement pure bodyweight exercises and allow for a...

Dock and Bay Microfiber Beach Towel review – Finally a full size, stylish, packable...

I have 2 main gripes with most microfiber towels. Firstly they are often too small to wrap around you like a normal towel. Even the large and extra large sizes are usually...
Fitness on the road

Staying in Shape on the Road: Workouts

We've all been there, we get back from a holiday only to realize that we have brought a unwanted souvenir with us. One study tracked 195 people and showed that there was an...
Working on the road

Working on the Road: Tips to Stay Productive While Traveling

Imagine a world where you never have to work on your days off and where your breaks are actually breaks. When you leave the office at the end of the day, you are done...

Getting to grips with Major Incident Management Processes (MIMP)

If your company is around long enough, it will encounter a major incident. This is unavoidable. However there are a number of important measures you can take to minimise the impact to...