Nap 50 pros and cons

People out there that say “lighten up”: The jokes in the article weren’t meant for me so they didn’t raise any laughs, but maybe they brightened your day. I don’t want to be around religious fanatics or militia people in Idaho. When I hear people whine about political correctness I just assume they haven’t grown up and learned to keep their mouths shut when they don’t have something nice to say about others. I hope you can “lighten up” enough to not be offended by that. Remember: Not all preppers are like you! 😉

I am a middle aged, short-statured woman, 4 ft 6 in looking for a machine that will provide a good full body workout with very little stress to my joints and the Stamina 1399 looks like it might fit the bill. Unfortunately, I am also genetically predisposed to bad knees and joints in addition to having lower back pain. My inseam is 23 inches and I’m worried if this machine will be too large for me. I know that other short individuals have indicated that they haven’t had any problems using this rowing machine, but none in my height range. Any recommendations would be helpful. Jill

Over-ear headphones can be either extremely comfortable or extremely uncomfortable. You need to look for a thick, padded headband that will distribute the weight well across the top of your head. You also want ear cups that won’t sweat easily, so you can wear the phones longer. I have actually seen some synthetic materials that last longer and are more comfortable than real leather. Look for pliability and a design that doesn’t have all the weight focused at a single point on the top of your head. It’s unfortunate that the new wave in headphones is to encase the entire system in plastic. With these new designs I’m finding that the comfortability and flexibility is greatly hampered compared to the headphones of just a few years ago.

Hi Shelley, it’s really sad you have just two days to see Uruguay. The country deserves so much more! But I will forgive you and help you plan your itinerary to make the most of your really limited time 🙂 I would suggest you take the fast boat to Montevideo. You’ll arrive at 11am. Choose from some of the different activities I suggest in my four-day plan of what to do in Montevideo . Plan to spend at least one evening in Montevideo –it’s a capital city and has wonderful music and culture– and check out what I recommend to do at night on my Guruguay facebook page. You can catch a bus around 10am to Colonia (you can check out how to read the bus timetables for long distance travel in Uruguay here). That will get you in at midday. Check out my article on Colonia for where to leave your bags as you walk around this lovely old city which is very accessible on foot. Do you have to get back to BA in the morning? Remember it’s one hour earlier in Argentina at the moment compared to Uruguay so you will gain an hour when you go back – YAYY! If you don’t need to get back in the morning, I’d suggest spending the two nights in Montevideo and then your third day roaming Colonia, taking the ferry back to BA in the evening . Let me know how it all works out for you! Cheers, Karen

Nap 50 pros and cons

nap 50 pros and cons

Hi Shelley, it’s really sad you have just two days to see Uruguay. The country deserves so much more! But I will forgive you and help you plan your itinerary to make the most of your really limited time 🙂 I would suggest you take the fast boat to Montevideo. You’ll arrive at 11am. Choose from some of the different activities I suggest in my four-day plan of what to do in Montevideo . Plan to spend at least one evening in Montevideo –it’s a capital city and has wonderful music and culture– and check out what I recommend to do at night on my Guruguay facebook page. You can catch a bus around 10am to Colonia (you can check out how to read the bus timetables for long distance travel in Uruguay here). That will get you in at midday. Check out my article on Colonia for where to leave your bags as you walk around this lovely old city which is very accessible on foot. Do you have to get back to BA in the morning? Remember it’s one hour earlier in Argentina at the moment compared to Uruguay so you will gain an hour when you go back – YAYY! If you don’t need to get back in the morning, I’d suggest spending the two nights in Montevideo and then your third day roaming Colonia, taking the ferry back to BA in the evening . Let me know how it all works out for you! Cheers, Karen

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