Time, time, time is on my wall, yes it is - Miami Herald
Be sure to include your name, daytime phone number, address, name and phone number of legal next-of-kin, method of payment, and the name of the funeral home/crematory to contact for verification of death. Why travel with an alarm clock when cell phones offer dozens of apps for jazzing up this mundane function. Even if your phone alarm clock performs reliably (mine does not always do so, especially when I have used other apps after setting the alarm), the newest Electrohome EEAC 475 USB Alarm Clock Radio may earn a place in your luggage. Here's what I like: the 1. 2-inch blue LED display with four dimming modes and an option to view just the time, or cycle through the time, year, month/day and indoor temperature, the nifty 180-degree swivel projection function that beams the time... the built in USB port for charging your smart phone without the need for an additional outlet, the included replaceable 3v lithium battery power back-up (your time, date and alarm settings will automatically be restored after power loss. Each of the dual alarms, which wake you up to a buzzer or the radio, can be to go off at the same time every day, only weekends, or to skip weekends. Electrohome USB Alarm Clock Radio with swivel projection (EEAC475) is $35 at www.
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Well Traveled: Why ClipperJet President Matt Morchower Always Flies in Coach...
When I get home, I tear out all of the ads from my Vanity Fair magazine so I don’t get weighed down by them, iron all my clothes, and set four alarm clocks. Any pre-travel or in-transit rituals. The Tumi Alpha 2. I swear you could stick a knife in it and it would reconstitute itself, like the Terminator. What do you wear in transit. I catch up on weeks and weeks of newspapers, the incredible New York Times Sunday crossword puzzle, and spend a lot of time jockeying for the seat rest with whomever is sitting next to me. And I turn into a Purell machine. Is there something you'd never do on a flight. I do not read books, nor do I watch TV. And I’d never take off my shoes. Favorite business cabin. I do not fly first class. I like flying coach because I like seeing what’s going on with the average person, like the hassle of putting bags in the overhead compartment. Today’s coach fliers are tomorrow’s first class fliers and I want to see how far the bottom of the barrel has shrunk and if there’s a way we can democratize this even further to lift people into our program.
MILIAN | Finding Yourself on the Open Road - Cornell University The Cornell...
So I tend to give you, my beloved, loyal readers, advice on typical college issues on a bi-monthly schedule. The process is simple — an issue comes up with my life, I whine about it to my friends and then I think it’d resonate with at least one person on campus, so I proceed to write it down and sprinkle it with pop-culture references so you don’t get... There’s no issue, no drama I want to address or pet peeve to dissect, just pure advice: Take a road trip. Go find yourself on the open road à la Into the Wild , but please bring something to eat, and friends. There is nothing more fun, more intense, more delightfully-uncomfortable-but-intimate than spending an extended amount of time in a cramped car with a few of your buddies. While there’s nothing wrong with investing in my country’s tourism department, self-growth does not come from an all-expense paid package. You’ll be spending a lot of hours in a car, so it’s best to be prepared for being someone’s body pillow AND alarm clock. Nothing will truly test your self-confidence more than changing from winter wear to summer clothes in the middle of a parking lot, nor your trust that no photos were taken. Road trips are the paradigm for the standard coming-of-age stories for us Millennials.