Every week (almost) I want to share at least 3 things I’ve enjoyed. These could be articles, products, restaurants, apps, or whatever. Feel free to share your favorites in the comments or let me know if you like the same things! Would love your feedback 😎
1. Outlier Pants – Slim Dungarees
I never thought I would be so passionate about a pant, but here we are! These are probably my most worn and still the nicest looking pant I own. I have a few pairs in different colors and wear them around town, on a night out, and especially to work.
They are FLEXIBLE, comfortable, and look sharp. They fit like a slim jean but look like a tough dress pant. 10/10 would recommend them over Lululemon pants for men.
Just read this lovely description from the company…
With the Slim Dungarees we wanted to create a casual and comfortable five-pocket pant that we could travel the world in. A pant we could wear everyday, all day, no matter where we would be. A pant that stays dry in light rain, yet dries fast if it does get wet. A pant that shrugs off coffee and beer. A pant that looks and smells good even if you never wash them and dries quickly when you do. A pant that’s breathable enough for the hot and humid, yet substantive enough for year-round use. A pant you can travel with through mud, dust and grime, and still walk into a restaurant looking sharp. A pant that’s more comfortable than anything that came before it, and looks better than anything that comfortable.
2. Norelco One Blade
I found myself very keen on this! Got it at Costco on a whim and it’s perfect for a quick shave. I DO NOT recommend this for trimming your beard, but if you want to trim your neckline or get a close shave (without a razor) this is your guy.
3. NEAT – Story of Bourbon Documentary
I’m new to whiskey, but really loved this documentary on HULU. Makes you appreciate the art of bourbon :)
If you want to bing on more whiskey knowledge, check out the Whiskey Tribe on Youtube. They’re all about unpretentious whiskey knowledge. I went on a bender one night and watched about 3 hours of their videos. I really enjoy learning about the different types and what to buy!
4. Psychology of Money (Book)
It’s stories about money! Very engaging and practical read/listen. I did the audiobook. ALSO, it’s free on Audible. 😎
Love you guys, thanks for tuning in! I would love to know what you think of the picks this week?
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