Innovations like the in-home bathroom, personal computer, internet, and now the iPad makes us wonder “How did we ever get by without these devices?” I exaggerate a bit, but following are five boring house activities made fun with the Apple iPad.
Cooking is an everyday task and up until the iPad, the only thing to keep us occupied was stirring the batter and getting popped in the face with popping cooking oil. Owning an iPad instantly transforms a boring in-home cooking chore into a great time for learning, keeping up with the times, and being entertained. The portable iPad is an easy go-to resource for great cooking recipes, has lots of timer apps for making sure your food isn’t overcooked, and will keep you entertained while you wait for your food to finish cooking.
I prefer showers, but from time to time, a relaxing bath is the only remedy for a stressful day. Now that I have an iPad I can resume the same amount of relaxation as usual, but now I’m able to groove to the iPad’s inbuilt iPod, laugh at funny videos on YouTube and Break.com, and even stream movies from my personal computer with the Air Video app for the Apple iPad. Warning: I suggest using the iPad Case Protection Cover to dock your iPad from a distance or using the TrendyDigital Waterproof iPad Case for extreme iPad bath users.
Unlike taking a bath, potty time isn’t the most relaxing bathroom experience – if you know what I mean? I wonder how many hours of my life have been wasted, well… making waste. The iPad allows me to catch up on reading, browse the web, and provides a nice object to grip on for a nice clinch. You guys/gals might think that I’m joking about the iPad’s bathroom potential, but check out iPoop: Why the iPad is the Perfect Bathroom Companion if you’re interested in learning more.
If you were to ask my wife, she’d agree the thing I hate doing around the house more than anything else is tidying up. Don’t get me wrong, I like a clean house, but the task of cleaning is just boring and tedious (we have four children). Thanks to the iPad I can listen to audio books, podcasts, and music to fall into a trance that lets me totally forget that I’m cleaning – the only way to get me to do it.
Much like the end of the cycle – pooping – the time we spend stuffing our faces could be put to better use if there were some portable device that allowed us to get lots of things done without leaving the breakfast/lunch/dinner table. Well, that magical device is the iPad, and while I’m eating granola, toasting up some veggie burgers, or eating my wife’s prized salmon, I’d rather have an iPad by my side than a spoon or fork.
For more read iPoop: Why the iPad is the Perfect Bathroom Companion, How to Add Any eBook to Work with iBooks on the iPad, and 5 Ways to Make Your iPad a Lot like a Small Computer.
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