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Since many of us are still home, we decided to do some digging to find useful products to help stay productive, occupied, entertained and fit while you’re At Home.

If you have any friends interested in motorcycles, production processes or the way things are built, you’ve probably heard of author Matthew B. Crawford. Matthew B. Crawford’s Shop Class as Soulcraft–also known by it’s full title of Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry into the Value of Work–is the layman’s self-help and affirmational book of the year because it was the sleeper hit of the season when it was released. Why We Drive: Toward a Philosophy of the Open Road–the follow up to the previously successful Shop Class as Soulcraft–is a brilliant, first-of-its-kind celebration of driving as a unique pathway of human freedom, one now critically threatened by automation and acclaimed by the likes of the Wall Street Journal. Why We Drive: Toward a Philosophy of the Open Road is available on Kindle for digital delivery starting at four bucks or with the other traditional printed options starting at about twenty bucks.

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Whether you’re driving up the coast, grilling out and spending time at the beach, sunglasses are an absolute necessity in the summer. We’ve tried all the options from expensive, established brands to the no-name knockoffs from the gas station. We keep coming back to Woodies wooden sunglasses because they’re stylish, effective, built-to-last and, most importantly, affordable enough that you won’t worry if they get lost during your adventures. With almost 100 styles–including full wood options that float in the water–there’s no better sunglasses option out there this year. Get your Woodies today.