The Foolproof Way to Keep Your Glasses from Fogging

31 Jan, 2022

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How to Prevent Foggy Glasses When You Wear a Face Mask

Wearing a face mask in public is crucial right now. Proper safety measures like wearing a mask, or some kind of cloth covering, along with hand-washing and sanitizing, help to prevent the spread of coronavirus and potentially save tens of thousands of lives. If you’ve been doing your part, you’ve likely come across some other issues along the way, like dry hands. And, as you use a face mask to guard your airways from a gauntlet of grocery store shoppers, you might’ve also experienced foggy glasses. Here’s what you can do about it.

You Should Update Your iPhone Right Now, Here’s Why

Apple typically rolls out a big software update to its iPhones and iPads every other month or so and, well, that time has once again around. The latest update, iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3, is available now to download — and it’s a big one because it patches a security flaw in Safari. If you’re not running this latest OS on your iPhone or iPhone, you device is exposed to a bug on Safari that allows websites to track your activity history and even obtain data from your Google ID.

The Simple Trick to Make Your Smart Speakers Sound Way Better

By themselves, most smart speakers are only able to play mono sound, as opposed to stereo sound, because they have one driver and can only playback audio through one channel. This is the case with all the popular (and affordable) smart speakers. But for much better sound, all it takes is a pair. Basically every affordable smart speaker can be paired with a twin to play audio in stereo, which vastly improves the quality of sound. Here’s how to do it.

What We Drank This Dry January

It seems likes more and more people participate in Dry January each year, foregoing alcohol for an entire month. But that doesn’t mean that you’re left without several delicious beverage options for unwinding after a long day. A number of reliable non-alcoholic spirit brands have been around, plus a crop of new kids on the block making sober living less of a punishment and more like a reward. Who knows, maybe Dry January will extend into Dry February as long as we don’t finish the supply of our non-alcoholic libations. Take a look here at the drinks we enjoyed.

The Best Sunscreens for Your Face

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean that you can skip out on the sunscreen. Snow can reflect sun, so in many ways sunscreen is even more important during the winter. And considering how much more sensitive your face is compared to the rest of your body, it’s important to be a little more church-and-state about your face and body when it comes to cosmetic products. Facial ones prioritize non-comedogenic ingredients (they won’t clog your pores), and they wear lightweight while still providing the same UV defense. Here are the ones we recommend. 


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