We live in a technological age; there is no doubt about that, but not all things can be done by machines, robots, etc. Sometimes, it takes a human touch and, for all you entrepreneurs who work better with your hands than a computer, this one
With lockdowns lifting in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are more eager than ever to explore the world outside their homes. This new generation of travelers is hitting the road like never before, but what should you do if you need a place to
We’ve all experienced that wonderful feeling before, the one where we roll out of bed buzzing with boundless energy, coming up with ingenious new ideas left, right and centre throughout the entire day, and go to sleep with your mind whirring. But then there’s the
Not many people know that Boston also has a huge list of historic attractions. The touristy vacation destinations can be found on pretty much every road. Even so, the Beantown also has a lot to offer to those searching for something fresh and offbeat too.
We are now living in a society of highly advanced technology. With the resources we have, starting a business is simple for anyone willing to put in the hard work. Because our technological generation makes it easy to connect with everyone across the world, we
It’s that time of year again when we get to order hard-to-pronounce foods like würstl and schweinebraten and wash it down with Hofbräus and Paulaners. Germans began migrating to New York in the 1840s, and with them came their delicious, roasted foods and world-class beer.
Who is Alex and what is this? This is an advice column where I, Alex, answer your questions about dating and about life. Got a question you want to see featured? Submit it in the comments below! Dealing with a Cruel Manager My manager used an
“I have always been told that if I do see Nina the Ghost, just to nod and move on”Joel Corcoran (Local Guide) Not many restaurants, pubs or businesses that I know can boast of an employee that never leaves, takes no pay and doesn’t talk
With so much competition, the days when hotels could fill their rooms by simply offering a safe place to sleep and a few cable channels are over. Today, hotel chains lobby to attract guests with unique experiences including everything from sunset yoga to pet-friendly happy
Florida is known for its beaches and hot weather, but there’s so much more to check out! Here are the top five places to check out that aren’t talked about as much as they should be. Plus, all these places are either free or cheap!
Orlando is a wonderful city and one of the largest tourist friendly places across the globe. Having brought in 72 million visitors in 2017, the Theme Capital of the World is filled with amusement parks and other attractions open all year round. If you only
With Fall just around in it never hurts to start planning your warm-weather getaway now. Since so many of us are heading to tropical beaches and sunshine, we’ve taken the liberty of making a list of essentials you may forget you need. 1. An All-Purpose Backpack An all-purpose
The Fourth of July, or Independence Day, had been a federal holiday since 1941. It’s become the a huge holiday for travel, either to a beachy location, or somewhere new to see how independence is celebrated. However, different locations all over find new, strange ways
Bali, Indonesia is a must-visit destination for any dedicated adventurer. From its lush forests to its vibrant wildlife there’s plenty to experience. Packing up your swimsuit, goSET, and shorts is easy enough, but finding the right hotel to stay at can be tricky. Bali has become
Here in the US, it’s not uncommon to see skateboarders on the streets, sidewalks, and parks. Lots of kids get their first board at a young age and embrace a culture that is inherently edgy and alternative. But, when looking at other countries, it becomes
On February 18th I sat down with Ronald Hettich, an engineer, inventor, occasional race car driver, former motocross racer, GREY Club member, and real estate businessman. He is definitely someone who refuses to be defined by his job title which is why we at GREY were excited
Recently I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Ronald Hettich, a man who practically embodies the term ‘jack of all trades’. Besides working as an engineer from 9 to 5, he has also found time to race cars, sail competitively, invent, start