Monday, November 7, 2011

Essentials: Ryan


Here are some items that I almost never leave the house, whether they are in my backpack, being worn or in my pockets.


I never leave the house without my phone. This thing is my alarm clock, calculator and of course communication device. It has taken a hell of a beating and for the most part has pleased me.


Lip chap is for those cold days, trying to avoid those dry lips. Women don't want that and neither do I.


I bought this leather bracelet from Monacle. All proceeds made were used to help Japan after their natural disaster. I usually wear something on my wrist outside of the house, otherwise I feel naked.


You probably can barely tell what this is, I can't even. But it's my wallet. It's basic and does the job.


I am currently wearing Ray Ban's "New Wayfarer". It's hard to find a pair of sunglasses for my lack of nose bridge but these seem to work. Whether it's Summer or Winter it is always wise to have a pair of shades in the car.


I've had this G-Shock for almost five years now. Back then I got it because it was trendy, now I use it because it's reliable. It has an automatic backlight, stop watch and a long lasting battery. I make sure to have it on me when I am outdoors late or even just to write an exam.


The Canon S95 is perfect for my lifestyle. It's a quality point and shoot camera that I can carry around with ease. This is what I use for my "Just a Taste" posts or when I take videos. If you need one of your own I highly recommend it, they just upgraded to the Canon S100 and it makes me jealous.


Here are some basics: keys to the whip, USB device and a Las Vegas bottle opener. Not much to say about these. I like carrying minimal keys in my pocket and the USB is for school and work. The bottle opener on the other hand stays in my bag for those house parties.

Join us in creating your own "Essentials" to be featured on the blog.
E-Mail Us

Love the North

2 comments:

  1. That wallet looks like a square chunk of coal.

    ReplyDelete
  2. It's just too big, yet I continue to use it.

    ReplyDelete