• Wipebook Pro

    Wipebook Pro

    Notebooks are a big deal for us. They’re essential to our daily life. A notebook captures ideas, records meetings, you name it, everything. They’re also important from a record keeping perspective even years after we write in them. We’re not religious when it comes to the type of notebook, we […]

  • Seiko (Pepsi) Diver SKX009 Watch Review

    Seiko (Pepsi) Diver SKX009 Watch Review

    When you’re getting into watch collecting it starts with getting an automatic watch. The only issue is that automatic watches are pricey, most decent ones start around $1,000. We know of a few watches that are worthy of collecting, and under $200. Seriously. These watches come from Seiko and while […]

  • #3For31: Day 9 – 10k Run

    #3For31: Day 9 – 10k Run

    I’m past 25% of the #3for31 Challenge and couldn’t be more thrilled! I’m tired, very tired. Most marathon training plans call for 5 days of running per week, so when I’m at nearly double that, my body is going to feel the pain. If I’ve learned anything about this challenge […]

  • Kamakura Surf City

    Kamakura Surf City

    You know when you’re a kid and you say “My dad is cooler that yours”? I can honestly say, my dad is cooler than yours, probably cooler than me. My ukulele playing, booze drinking (Mostly wine, cheap scotch, and sometimes margaritas) surfer (Of 40+ years) father is the epitome of […]

  • Giant Gyozas in Japan

    Giant Gyozas in Japan

    Japan is a land of many things, but one piece of food completely surprised me, gyoza. Dumplings, mini bags of deliciousness, whatever you want to call them are officially, “Gyoza” in Japan. Gyozas in the states are half-moon shaped dumplings, 2-3 inches long, filled with meat and vegetables, but in […]

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Wipebook Pro

Wipebook Pro

Notebooks are a big deal for us. They’re essential to our daily life. A notebook captures ideas, records meetings, you name it, everything. They’re also important from a record keeping perspective even years after we write in them. We’re not religious when it comes to the type of notebook, we […]

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Seiko (Pepsi) Diver SKX009 Watch Review

Seiko (Pepsi) Diver SKX009 Watch Review

When you’re getting into watch collecting it starts with getting an automatic watch. The only issue is that automatic watches are pricey, most decent ones start around $1,000. We know of a few watches that are worthy of collecting, and under $200. Seriously. These watches come from Seiko and while […]

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#3For31: Day 9 – 10k Run

#3For31: Day 9 – 10k Run

I’m past 25% of the #3for31 Challenge and couldn’t be more thrilled! I’m tired, very tired. Most marathon training plans call for 5 days of running per week, so when I’m at nearly double that, my body is going to feel the pain. If I’ve learned anything about this challenge […]

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Kamakura Surf City

Kamakura Surf City

You know when you’re a kid and you say “My dad is cooler that yours”? I can honestly say, my dad is cooler than yours, probably cooler than me. My ukulele playing, booze drinking (Mostly wine, cheap scotch, and sometimes margaritas) surfer (Of 40+ years) father is the epitome of […]

Culture, Food & Drinks

Giant Gyozas in Japan

Giant Gyozas in Japan

Japan is a land of many things, but one piece of food completely surprised me, gyoza. Dumplings, mini bags of deliciousness, whatever you want to call them are officially, “Gyoza” in Japan. Gyozas in the states are half-moon shaped dumplings, 2-3 inches long, filled with meat and vegetables, but in […]

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Eating Guts at Tsukiji Market in Japan

Eating Guts at Tsukiji Market in Japan

Tsukiji Fish Market is THE fish market in Tokyo. The one and only place where tourists will wait over 2 hours for sushi in the morning, where all chefs get their fresh fish, and oddly enough, where I eat guts at. I’ve shit on the Tsukiji Fish Market which wasn’t […]

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Comfort Food and Comics at Queens Comfort (NYC)

Comfort Food and Comics at Queens Comfort (NYC)

Astoria is one of the weirdest, yet amazing neighborhoods in New York. The apartments are fairly cheap, close to the city, it is pretty safe, minus drunken assholes on the weekend. Historically a Greek neighborhood, it’s becoming a melting pot of cultures. Although, what’s weird about Astoria is it’s still […]

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#3FOR31: Day 8 – Beef Noodle Soup

#3FOR31: Day 8 – Beef Noodle Soup

Eight days of running is no joke. 5 miles on day 8 and I’m beat, I’m dead tired. The weather isn’t helping, but that’s the point, getting out there and running in the winter. It’s not the dead of winter yet, so I shouldn’t complain, but it’s damn cold. 40 […]

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Lyle & Scott: Jumper Game on Point

Lyle & Scott: Jumper Game on Point

Jumpers or sweaters is the focal point of fashion this winter. T-shirts and button ups were the main piece of clothing in the summer and even the fall, but because of the weather, sweaters are in. Everyone needs a coat, but that sweater is going to be the most worn […]

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Bullit Newgate Space Age 1960s Alarm Clock

Bullit Newgate Space Age 1960s Alarm Clock

At DG, we love clocks, watches, and anything that tells time. We use our phones as alarm clocks, but we also have an actual clock. Clocks are great to have for a variety of reasons, they look good on your nightstand/mantel, they tell time, and they keep you away from […]

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Discounts on Uniqlo Winter Jackets

Discounts on Uniqlo Winter Jackets

It’s winter, it’s cold and when can’t you use another jacket. When I first came to NYC from California I binge shopped on wool peacoats. That was a great idea and they worked with business attire, but during the harsh winter months with freezing rain, sleet, snow, and wind they […]

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#3FOR31: Day 4-7 – More Miles

#3FOR31: Day 4-7 – More Miles

#3for31 has been an amazing way to kickstart my day or end it on a high note. December is a month of glorious food, gifts, and cold temperatures, not prime training months. Today was the end of day 7, nearly 25% through and my legs haven’t become tired yet. To […]