Mobile Lifestyle

From Eugene Eric Kim


Cell phone Motorola Moto X
Reading Kindle
Writing Moleskine Large Plain Notebook
Laptop MacBook Pro
Tablet iPad Pro 9.7 with Logitech Solar Wireless Keyboard
Camera Olympus OM-D E-M5 and Canon PowerShot S95
Video Zoom Q4
Audio Recorder Zoom H1
Water Bottle Kleen Kanteen 800ml for cold and 12oz Wide Mouth Insulated for hot


I depend on my cell phone for many things. If I lost it, it would be disastrous. These steps make it less so:

  • Activate two-factor authentication on as many services as have it (e.g. Google Apps, Facebook, etc.)
  • Install a remote finder / wiper app. These three have high ratings:

If I lose my phone:

  • Remotely attempt to locate the phone. If it's stolen, wipe it.
  • Revoke access to different accounts.
  • Change passwords to different accounts.


I love Tom Bihn bags. I own three along with several accessories:

  • Brain Bag: For heavy usage, travel. This thing has been all over the world with me.
  • Synapse: Day bag, hiking.
  • Medium Cafe Bag: Lightweight, ultraportable day bag. Often pack this as a travel day bag.

I'm considering more. They're that good.

I have a very sturdy TravelPro roller bag that I use for trips. It's been all over the world, and I love it.