Monday, July 11, 2016

Camping Checklist - (Ready to Print)

Blankets OR Sleeping bag
Optional (luxury):
Shader (hats, umbrella, something?)
Alarm / Trigger? 

Good Backpack
Pocked Knife /  Knife? Spray? Nunchucks?
Emergency Poncho or Rain Vest
Fishing or Hunting Gear
Fireplace / Cooking

Coal, Lighter, Fire Starter
Water / Ice
Food  (is a luxury too)
     Burgers / Hotdogs     
     Drinks / Dranks (besides the water?)
     Snacks / Marshmallows? / Trail Mix ?     
     Cooking Utensils
Gadgets / GPS ? /Compass? / Binoculars? /Speaker?
USB Cable
USB Wall Socket
Boating? Skating? Biking? Running? (Long Distancing)
Spare Clothes
Socks, Underwear, Slippers ?
Strong Shoes
Really Good Flashlight
More Bathroom Stuffs

And that pretty much wraps it up.
This checklist was made exclusively for my own camping trip, and then shared to TheHelpfulWeb.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The Year of the Smart Watches - 2015

There are many options for smartwatches this summer. The large Apple Watch collection has some of the most elegant and expensive companions for your iPhone ; while some high end style and function has started showing up in the more affordable Android Wear smartwatches as well.

Top Dogs: Samsung Gear 2 vs Apple Watch vs LG Urbane

Sunday, July 26, 2015

The Best Websites for Learning New Things

One of my favorite websites is Lifehacker, learn something new every day.
Favorite book "A Short History of Nearly Everything"
Favorite YouTube Channels for learning new things: SciShow, Numberphile, VSauce
Read Jeevan Jacob John's answer to What are the best YouTube channels for learning, growth and development? on Quora

Saturday, July 25, 2015

How to Build Your Emergency Survival Kit

The essentials for a survival kit.

  • Backpack or Bucket

A bucket with a convenient toilet lid :-/ ideally with some sanitation bags. A backpack however is more portable. You might only need the sanitation bags - like an astronaut. 

  • Basic Tools - Knife

Keep the Emergency kit somewhere easily accessible in your home; mine doubles as a tool case since I have my favorite Pocket Knife, Flash Light, and Battery Charger on top - just have to remember to put it back.
Gerber Survival Series Multi-Tool - Amazon

  • Emergency Food