Tricking your slacker of a brain into doing things isn’t always the easiest thing in the world. One might even say he has a mind of his own. Bad joke aside, we’re also very preoccupied with what makes us more (or less) productive, and since we’d like to be the best in everything we do, we’ve compiled a nice little list of things you can do to increase productivity. It doesn’t matter if it’s work, hobbies, fitness goals or actually … continue reading
Say hello to Cal, a new cool application that comes from Any.DO. Cal is going to be a great companion if you’re living a pretty active, busy life and you need a cool application for keeping you connected and on schedule with your daily activities, making the usual calendar that you use for these kinds of purposes more interesting and not to mention good looking. If you’re currently using the Any.Do application for to-do lists, Cal is able to sync … continue reading
If you’re thinking about getting a couple of watches suitable for wearing in different situations and occasions and you also have a little over $6000 for spending, Hamilton has just what you need. You probably wouldn’t expect this, but I’m not talking about two different timepieces, but about the Jazzmaster Face to Face from Hamilton, a high quality timepiece that completes your outfit either if you’re going to an important event and need something elegant, but also when you feel … continue reading
The concrete and fir wood harmonic board that enhances everything from the deepness of the bass to the warmth of the treble is only the beginning of badassery with the P.A.C.O digital loudspeaker. For starters, it’s concrete. How many people can say they have a concrete speaker in their house? That’s right. Very. Few. And you could be one of them. Not to mention that you could easily fend off intruders by swinging your music at them, literally. With a 360 degree … continue reading
The traditional style of the ZX 700 makes its big return this fall in the comfortable and eye-catching shape of these wheat-colored Adidas Originals. The colorway is especially tempting, since autumn is all about soft browns and warm yellows, while the crisp blue sky matches the accents on the tongue and back of the shoe. The pure white soles are a peek into the future of snows to come, urging you to enjoy your late October jogs through the crunchy … continue reading
The new era of motorcycle helmets is upon us, bringing with it the helmet equivalent of Iron Man’s suit – the Skully helmet. Built with a Synapse(TM) integrated Heads-Up Display (HUD), this mean headgear gives you advanced situational awareness, displaying navigation and blind spot data, letting you enjoy your ride while still focusing on the road. The patented integrated rear view camera system with a 180 degree viewing angle will watch your back (and sides) literally, letting your spirit roam freely on … continue reading
It’s Friday again, and you know what that means! Apart from the obvious weekend of awesomeness ahead of you, of course, another weekly conglomeration of amazing things that we handpicked to inspire you to greatness. Why waste your two days of rest on resting when you can ride the wave of Friday Inspiration here at HisPotion and reach for the stars. We’ll be right in that same boat, making gourmet meals and riding our motorbikes into the sunset.
If you love old-school motorcycles (like yours truly) and you have $7,000 to spend, you can opt out for a custom build 1975 Honda CB 550. This beautiful bike was “created” by Seaweed and Gravel, located in Southern California and built by Brady Young, (who previously worked for “Ugly Motorbikes”). But hey, this Honda is not an ugly bike, by all means! The inspiration for this bike’s design was spawned from an old motorcycle of Brady’s, which was made of … continue reading