A British company has come up with a brilliant way to beat airline baggage fees – a coat that doubles as a serious piece of carry-on luggage.
The so-called Airport Jacket is outfitted with loads of pockets that can hold nearly 25 pounds of stuff, including pockets designed to carry two laptops, an iPad, two pairs of shoes, a pair of jeans, five T-shirts and a camera.
Designer Andy Benke told the Daily Mail, "Essentially this coat would allow you to carry everything you would need for an overnight or long weekend stay without worrying about your luggage getting lost or paying excessive baggage fees."
Bringing wine everywhere you go just got a whole lot easier ... thanks to the wine purse. That’s right – you will never be without wine again with Bella Vita’s Porto Vino purses, which hold up to two bottles of wine.
You just pour the wine in a refillable pouch that is stored in a separate insulated pocket inside the purse. Then you just pull out the secret wine spout and pour yourself a glass. Brilliant! (Delish)
What if we told you that you could soothe a fussy baby with nothing more than a song? Too good to be true, right? Well, maybe not.
Child development expert Caspar Addyman, musical psychologist Lauren Stewart, and Grammy winner Imogen Heap claim they have created a simple upbeat tune called “The Happy Song,” that makes babies happy. And parents claim it really does work.
A simple upbeat melody combined with sounds like "beep, beep," "choo, choo," and "whee," animal noises and infant laughter, is fused together to keep babies interested and make them happy.
While the song might drive parents a little batty after listening to it repeatedly, it’s certainly much better than hearing a baby cry. The next step in the research is to determine exactly why the song works to soothe fussy babies and what happens in the brain when little kids hear it. For parents, it probably doesn’t matter – as long as it works!
Thinking of getting a dog but not sure what breed is right for your family. DogBreedChart.com breaks it down for you with one-to-five rankings in such areas as size, trainability, shedding, barking and tolerance of cold and heat.
Posted: Tuesday Jan. 31, 2017
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