Waking up on a weekday is one of the hardest things to do, unless you’re a morning person. But the SensorWake is trying to ease the transition between sleep and waking up. Continue reading… “Alarm clock that will wake you up with the smell of bacon of other delicious scents”
2012 was a bad year to have other people say you want your bosses job
A lot has changed in 2012. More than you probably realize. Here is a list of thirteen things that you might have used or done in 2011 that you probably didn’t have to use or do in 2012.
Being a parent isn’t easy. You have to be a jack of all trades. One of those trades is Taxi Driver. Can you drive me here and pick me up at 10? And it never ends until the kid is old enough to drive. That’s where the Dad’s Cab novelty taxi meter comes in handy. Dad’s Cab is a novelty taxi meter that comes with a bunch of cards that dad can give out to their kids as a bill. Payments include such things as ‘tidy your room’ and ‘make dad a cup of tea’.
There’s no shortage of ways to be jarred out of bed in the morning, but we like the idea of a scent waking us up rather than obnoxious noises or absurd tests. Sure, the Wake n’ Bacon alarm clock comes close to that ideal, but here’s a more versatile approach: The Osim Nioi Alarm Clock.
Given its functionality, I can only assume this Halo 6-in-1 device is designed for something like camping trips where you might need a flashlight and compass at the same time. But if you’re camping do you really need or even want an alarm clock waking you up in the morning? The only reason I venture out into the great outdoors is for a little rest and relaxation, and an alarm at the crack of dawn doesn’t factor into that equation.