He is the founder of language school Fluent City, and fan of: the beach, crafts, theater, and classic television starring former Broadway divas (The Golden Girls, Murder She Wrote, etc.).
Headphones (with an two-jack adapter so another friend with headphones can listen in), iPad, light rain jacket, small pouch (with everyday essentials: Tylenol, extra contact lenses, a small mirror, floss, bandaids, etc.), Burt’s Bees lip balm, pencils, my Jambox (bluetooth speaker - very sexy, check it out: https://jawbone.com/speakers), Michael’s Arts & Crafts rewards card, sunglasses (Warby Parker, naturally), various keys, including those to my motorcycle…and I really can’t wait for “keys to my yacht” to be on this list one day!
My iPad! It’s perfect for business meetings. I can take notes, present PDFs to those I’m meeting with, check my email, and best of all: play Slotomania or Scramble With Friends when I’m burnt out on working.
A magic pouch that has an large supply of last-minute Broadway tickets (first 5 rows of the orchestra only, please!) for me and my friends. Sometimes, I’ll freak out at 5 or 6pm and splurge on a Broadway ticket for that night because I’m so excited to see one. This pouch would make that impulse a lot less expensive!
My STATE Bag was at a local rugby field in The Bahamas. We stayed with a friend who knew the local scene very well and took us to her boyfriend’s rugby game, complete with concession stand with a keg of Kalik (local Bahamian beer) and lots of locals watching the match barefoot in t-shirts and shorts…in the middle of January!
I also have to take a coin pouch with me anytime I go to France, or anywhere in Europe. It’s super annoying, but there isn’t a bill for 1 or 2 Euros. They are coins…which means you’ll have a lot more “change” with you at all times than normal life in the US involving dollars.