Does your daily commute wear you down? Here's 5 tips to help your commute go by a bit smoother.
#1 Preparation is Key
Be well prepared for your commute by organizing in advance. We recommend laying things out the night before so that you don’t have to rush around in the morning and can enjoy your cup of joe and kiss the kiddos off to school. ID – Check, wallet – Check, Nutcase helmet – Check. And don’t forget to check the weather just in case you need to pack your rain jacket. One of the things we’ve recently added to the morning commute is a backup battery should you forget to plug your smartphone in the night before. Here is one that the Nutcase staff thinks is pretty rad.View Post
For many years as she became a working person – a documentary filmmaker and instructor – and a mom, Jenn did not bike regularly. Six years ago, she got divorced, and on the first weekend when her two boys were with their dad, she pulled a bike out and went for a ride. View Post
The Nutcase experience team, from left to right: Dave Williams – Customer Service Orchestrator, Lisa Bauso – Events and Promotions Conductor, Tom Rousculp – Digital Media Mastermind, David Kruger – Venerable Senior Designer, Philip Mascher – Brand Connector, Zach Holz – Website Tinkerer and Optimizer. At Nutcase we are a bunch of Nutcases – in the… View Post
There are certain things we as human beings want to happen really fast: roller coaster rides, dentists’ visits, and the pain of childbirth, to name just a few. We’re currently a culture that seems to value speed highly. That tends to extend to the morning commute, too. Collectively we’d rather sleep later and arrive faster… View Post