Serial Podcast

I listened to this podcast when we were backpacking out West. It’s a very interesting story and it happened where I grew up.  It’s a crazy a murder mystery of a female high school senior from Baltimore over a decade ago.. Do you think he’s guilty? Listen to the podcast and check out the website.
Serial

Serial is a podcast from the creators of This American Life, and is hosted by Sarah Koenig. Serial tells one story – a true story – over the course of an entire season. Each season, we’ll follow a plot and characters wherever they take us. And we won’t know what happens at the end until we get there, not long before you get there with us. Each week we bring you the next chapter in the story, so it’s important to listen to the episodes in order, starting with Episode 1

Warby Parker

The cool thing about Warby Parker is that for every eyeglasses you buy they donate a pair to another person usually overseas. Have you ever wondered why eye glasses cost so much money? It’s because most of the different brands that you think exists are own by a handful of big company who keep the prices artificially high marking the prices 10-20x than what it takes to create the product. These few major companies, actually pay royalties to the brand names to sell their products and the designer brands you wear today are probably not even design by that company.  Warby Parker keeps the price of eyeglasses low and donate another pair of eyeglasses on your behalf. In addition, you can try 5 different frames at home and you can ship back the glasses that you don’t like for free. This company is gold!

Knockaround Sunglasses


If you are like me, you either lose your sunglasses or step on them which is infuriating especially if they cost a lot. I’ve been wearing these Knockaround sunglasses for a few months now and I really like them a lot. I don’t have to worry about losing them especially when I do things outdoors and if I do they are very cheap. They come in bundles or you can buy individual sunglasses. Finally, I don’t have to keep buying expensive sunglasses.