What a Light Packer Packs in His Carry-On
Chrisomalis clocks about 150,000 miles a year (and roughly 2 million total thus far) -- much of them spent traveling between the company's New York headquarters and its brewing facilities in Nara, Yamagata, and Kyushu, Japan. All that time in the air ...
November 15, 2013
The List: $25-$50
Give your tootsies a break lounging in these Vera Bradley cozy slippers ($28) at The Porch, 1700 South Ninth Street in Soulard. The Nora Fleming serving platter ($28) features a traditional and sleek design. They can be used along with your fine china ...
December 10, 2012
Timing Tips for the ACT and SAT
Mr. Liss and his father bought a digital Timex sports watch with a countdown mechanism and then disconnected the speaker so the alarm wouldn't go off. “But there was definitely a lot of room for improvement,” he said. So he came up with the idea of ...
February 1, 2013
Wake Up To These 7 Eco-Clocks
Timex's T065S Solar Powered Atomic Alarm Clock The large liquid crystal display on this solar-powered, radio-controlled atomic alarm clock shows time, month, date, day and temperature. It sets itself automatically to the time signal from the US atomic ...
October 11, 2012
Trekking halfway across the globe on a regular basis can lend itself to a frenetic lifestyle, even for veteran business travelers . But for Andrew Chrisomalis, the chief executive officer of TY KU Sake & Spirits , touching down in Japan, as he... "The minute you land, you see it and feel it, the peacefulness, even at the airport," he says. Chrisomalis clocks about 150,000 miles a year (and roughly 2 million total thus far) -- much of them spent traveling between the company's New York headquarters and its brewing facilities in Nara, Yamagata, and Kyushu, Japan. All that time in the air, he says, gives him a chance to focus on the "big picture" for his brand, which is now available in nearly 10,000 bars, restaurants, and clubs in the United States and abroad, and to embrace different culinary traditions. "I find it so interesting to experience different cultures, both domestically and internationally," he says. "Everywhere you go, from Dallas to Tokyo, Shanghai to Hong Kong, cities and countries all have their own local customs and traditions -- not to mention local food and wine. I will never say no to trying a new cuisine. Despite his love of travel , Chrisomalis has perfected the art of getting in and getting out of a city -- especially when it comes to packing. "I pride myself on being able to pack up and leave a hotel room in under two minutes flat," he says.
At Looking Glass Designs of Lafayette Square, 1917 Park Avenue. The Supreme Plush Blankets are a specialized Rachel Knit construction for that ultra plush, ultra soft and ultra velvety feel. Cheryl Mackay of St. Charles designs these "Bless this Nest" necklaces. " Mackay can design them with birthstone, or buy ready-made ones such as this one ($37) at Posh Unique Boutique, 5343 Highway N, Cottleville, and poshuniqueboutique. Give a Santa-themed pilsner glass and wine glass ($17 each) at The Black Sheep Monograms and Gifts, 5359 Highway N, Cottleville. The Fashion Designer's Handbook and Fashion Kit by Marjorie Galen (Workman. Book includes 33 projects ($25. 95) at both Left Bank Books, 321 North 10th Street or 399 North Euclid Avenue, left-bank. Chew Beads, Hudson necklace in turquoise, is a necklace for mom that's also safe for babies to chew as they teeth. Lightweight and trendy resin 36-inch link necklace ($60) and earrings ($14) in faux-tortoise, red, and turquoise at St. Louis Art Museum, 1 Fine Arts Drive.
Hands on: The first Apple Watch apps for road warriors
But If you're into Timex or Swatch ... when the countdown ends you get an alarm. That'll help you remember to feed the parking meter! Using Siri and your iPhone's GPS, the Apple Watch can provide directions as you travel, with subtle tones and vibrations ...
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