Dyson v7 Car+Boat | Cleaning Seats, Vents, Well-Worn Floors and MORE!

You can’t be a Dad Blogger and forget the Dad part!

I mean, sure, I love my #BloggerLife—it’s let me see many places and try all sorts of interesting things! But lots of that hustle keeps me away from home—events, dinners, staying on top of things at the 9-5… I’m all about keeping our house happy and healthy for my family, but the more uncomplicated that can be, the better.

And when it comes to uncomplicated, Dyson’s one brand that’s doing it right!

The Dyson Difference — Giving Us Better Ways to Win at Cleaning!

Cleaning Seats, Vents and Well-Worn Floors with the Dyson v7 Car+Boat! — Mini Motorised Tool

We’re no strangers to what the Dyson difference can do for you—they first showed us love with a Dyson DC61 Animal a couple of years back,  and with two little guys creating messes faster than we can clean ’em, tools like handheld vacuums are key in keeping on top of it all.

But the bigger these boys get, the more we’re picking up behind them in places outside the home, and as good as the DC61 Animal is, what’ll you do with 30 minutes’ suction time without an outlet to recharge it for more?

For different situations, you need entirely different tools, and that’s where the Dyson v7 Car+Boat comes into play!

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — Dear February: Goodbye and Good RIDDANCE.

Sorry, I can't go to work tomorrow I fractured my motivation.
Thanks, Li, for sending this one my way!

Dear February,

You were a real pain in the rear, you know that? With temperatures plunging into the negative 30s, the blogosphere in a quiet lull as the influencers hibernate, and motivation at a standstill as the deadly winter saps the life from everyone it touches, you’re only four weeks long, but easily one of the hardest months to endure.

January was so promising, too — I hit up the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship with TELUS and learned much about my nation’s love for hockey; relaxed as I segued into a trip to Cuba that temporarily got my mind right enough to write Dat Varadero, Doe, written after some much-needed reflection and change of pace from my hectic life here in Toronto; and felt like a new me after shedding the skin of a 2014 Casey Palmer who very much felt like he’d sold a bit of his soul for a taste of success. If you sat down for a chat with January 31st Casey Palmer, you’d be talking to a guy full of hope, confident the year ahead would bring amazing things, and all he needed to do was put pen to paper and keep doing all the things he was doing.

That changed all too quickly when Toronto was hit by a storm bad enough to cripple the city for a day, setting the tone for a winter with no one all that enthusiastic to deal with it.