• 5 iPhone Applications for Medical Professionals

    Posted on November 6, 2015 by Jerry Lee

    5 iPhone Applications for Medical ProfessionalsThe medical profession may be one of the most demanding jobs out there. Doctors and physicians are on call, meaning that they have no fixed schedules. Some work more than the others, which results to less time with other people and things. And besides regularly meeting the needs of theirs patients, these people should fit in time for research and improvement. Because of these, there are certain, small things in a medical professional’s daily routine may be overlooked.

    Although, there are some fields, which are less demanding than others, the same pressure to live up to their reputation and protect their credibility is there. Staying in the medical profession is indeed hard – sometimes even harder than getting the degree.

    The great news is there are applications in the iPhone that can help medical professionals in their career and daily grind. These apps that we will present are useful in quickly and easily consult a reference, connect with other doctors, and remind themselves of certain knowledge about the anatomy.

    Micromedex Drug Reference Essentials

    All prescribing doctors should know their drugs which they will recommend to their patients, and this application by Truven Health Analytics Inc. is a must-have. The app presents a wide and comprehensive array of drugs, and descriptions about them. Important information such as dosage and possible side effects are found here. This is a helpful app for a quick reference guide for medical professionals as it is accessible and easy to use. For only $2.99 per year, this app will sure be of great use to medical professionals and others as well.

    MedCalc – The Professional Medical Calculator

    In almost all fields of medicine, there are parameters which are quantifiable that translates to certain implications, and this application helps in calculating the different formulas given an initial parameter. MedCalc houses a large database of formulas, scores and classifications which medical professionals use in their everyday work. What is great about this app is it is easy to use and it caters to almost all medical fields, hailing to be one of leading medical applications for the iPhone to date.

    Figure 1 - Medical Cases for Healthcare Professionals

    A thriving online community for doctors, physicians and medical professionals, Figure 1 provides them an environment to discuss and share clinical cases and treatment without compromising confidentiality. Collaboration is important in all fields of expertise, and the medical field is no exception. With the app, less experienced doctors can gather knowledge and ideas through others, which helps them as they work. If you want to increase your knowledge as a doctor, this app is for you.

    Doximity - Physician Network

    Just like in business and other fields, having a growing network in the medical field is important for success, and Doximity provides you with the largest network of doctors and physicians in the US. With a large database of doctor’s information, patients can easily look for a medical professional in an area near them. Doximity has a lot of features for physicians such as electronic faxing, access to medical news and career management. A very much recommended app for medical professionals.

    Pocket Anatomy

    Although this app is catered to medical students and enthusiasts, Pocket Anatomy can also be useful for the veterans of the field. It contains all the parts of the body which are arranged in layers and systems. You can easily browse through one system to the other with its easy to use interface. The stunning 3D graphics really helps in visualizing the parts of the body. In the effort to provide an anatomically comprehensive and visually appealing application, this one is one of the best out there.

    The applications that we presented are for general use for doctors and medical professionals, but there are a lot of apps in the iTunes store which cater to specific fields of medicine such as anesthesiology, dental medicine, ophthalmology, etc. The wide array of applications that will suit to your needs, along with the apps we shared, will be a great help to your career.

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    This post was posted in Technology, Promotion, News and was tagged with iPhone, apps, iOS, medical, healthcare, micromedex, drug, truven, doximity

  • How LinkedIn Helps Business Professionals

    Posted on November 2, 2015 by Jerry Lee

    LinkedIn started as a website for people to find new jobs - they find a suitable job listed on the site and submit their resume. They get to use an address book to store the contacts of these companies. LinkedIn served as a bridge between companies and aspiring applicants and helped create jobs. Through this, many professionals around the world get in touch with each other.

    The website then grew exponentially as they introduce new features in their services. Today, there are more than 332,000,000 users of LinkedIn and they have earned their title as the social media for professionals.

    Many of our workers truly benefited from the website’s services and features. Many of them get connected to others, which created opportunities to grow and expand their business. Employers get to hire the best employees easily. The LinkedIn Groups created a sense of community and camaraderie for people who have a common goal. The website is a great success and the world owes much to it.

    With the presently large and growing community of LinkedIn, business professionals have to take advantage of completely utilizing the website and its features. Here are some ways business professionals use LinkedIn as a leverage to their business:

    Increasing online presence and credibility. The first thing to do with LinkedIn is of course, create a profile which will attract possible audience, partners, and employees. LinkedIn provides enough features, resources, and space to promote a business professional’s profile. Without a professional-looking and legitimate profile, they will not maximize the benefits of using LinkedIn to help in their business.

    Industry networking. Because LinkedIn is a haven for professionals, creating networks have never been easier. Networking involves reaching out to others with the intention to having them join on a specific business venture. With LinkedIn’s features and ease-of-use, business professionals can create networks and connections with other people, mutually benefiting both of the parties. Businesses thrive in connections and networks, and LinkedIn does not fail in doing so.

    Promoting their businesses. Business professionals can also use LinkedIn in promoting their products and services. With a large user database, it is possible to find the target audience that a business professional is looking for and promote their business to them. LinkedIn is also social media, and they can advertise their brand there like they do in Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. The groups are also a great feature in finding the target audience, which helps narrowing down the time and effort in locating the right market.

    Keeping in touch. As with any other social media website, LinkedIn can be used to keep in touch with subordinates, employees and other business partners. Because businesses will survive and grow with networks and connections, keeping them is just as important as creating them.

    With so many features and more with the premium account (which comes at a price), there is no doubt that LinkedIn can help business professionals in their ventures by enabling their profiles to be visible, letting them be easily connected with their networks, giving an avenue to promote their business and making sure they are keeping in touch with other people. If you are an aspiring business professional, make sure that you do not forget checking out LinkedIn.

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  • How Senior Citizens Use Smartphones

    Posted on October 28, 2015 by Jerry Lee

    Technology has been greatly advancing in the previous years. From the traditional devices like television and cellphones, our gadgets have greatly evolved with many features people can truly benefit from. What the people in the past perceived as the future is slowly coming to pass.

    But not everyone is benefiting from these modern devices. Senior citizens, those whose age is 65 and above, are slowly adapting to the rapid shift in technology. Many of them still do not prefer owning a cellphone, but instead stick with the ones they are used to. Some of them feel that there is no need to use the latest devices because they think that it is for the younger ones. The advanced features of these devices may be confusing to some of the older people so they choose not to use them at all.

    In 2013, Pew Research Center published their findings on an article regarding older adults and technology use. They found out that the older generations still lag in technological adoption. The reasons behind may be that these devices do not cater to them yet. Many of the seniors’ cognitive and physical functions depreciate and they might fully utilize these smartphones.

    The use of technology by senior citizens has a lagging adoption rate. In the early ages of the Internet in 2000, very few of them even went online. But the good news is that more and more of the old ones use the Internet, and in the US, more than half go online. This trend is expected to increase gradually.

    So, why do senior citizens need to have smartphones? Here are some reasons why many consider getting one in the first place.

    Smartphones help in everyday life
    All of the things that smartphone users need to be well informed and organized are in the palm of our hands. Senior citizens can easily check the date, time, set reminders and alarms, and even manage their bank accounts online. There are also many useful apps that they can use to take notes, set doctor appointments, and more. Memory loss is one of the most common signs of aging and having a smartphone may help them remember things or play games to keep the mind active.

    Seniors can be easily connected with others
    Through smartphones, communication has never been easier, and this also counts for older adults. Depression and loneliness due to isolation is evident to most seniors, as most of them do not live with their families. Also, due to decreasing motor ability, they cannot always visit their friends, loved ones, and peers because they can’t drive. With video calls and conferences as a fundamental feature in these devices, they can talk with their friends and loved ones in the comfort of their home.

    In an emergency, smartphones can save them
    If they have them, caregivers cannot be with them all the time every day, and when something happens to them, they can count on their smartphones to send a text or call 911. These modern smartphones have voice commands and easy accessibility to emergency numbers, which can save time and add precious minutes in case something bad happens and they’re alone.

    Mobile communications and smartphone companies are realizing the need for senior citizens to use their devices, and they are manufacturing phones which cater to them.

    In the future, we hope that older adults will give up their skepticism and embrace smartphones. This devices may and will save their lives.

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    This post was posted in Technology, News, Personal Style and was tagged with technology, FaceTime, senior citizens, smartphones, baby boomers, video calls

  • Top iPhone Applications for Teachers and Educators

    Posted on October 15, 2015 by Jerry Lee

    They say that being a teacher is one of the most demanding but rewarding jobs, and we couldn’t agree more. They have to create a lesson plan, teach in an effective way, connect to their students, and a whole lot more. The challenge to be organized and be effective as an educator is always out there and sometimes, they are under-appreciated for what they do.

    The World Teachers Day celebrated by the UN on October 5 is a great way to remember the sacrifices of our teachers and it gives us opportunities to give back to them and let them feel valued.

    In our efforts to celebrate the noble and selfless role of our teachers, we set up the top iPhone applications to help them be more focused on what they do and let these apps save them from the stress of minding those mundane tasks.

    Teacher's Assistant Pro: Classroom Management Notes
    This great app lets you record the behavior, actions and achievements of your students, easily contact and communicate with their parents and stores these data securely. Managing student behavior is one of the hardest roles a teacher does, especially when parents do not cooperate in behaving their children. This app helps you have the data you need, and when you are ready to talk with them or with their parents, you have enough things to say. It also organizes students’ data, and when you have more than one class to per on a daily basis, this helps you keep track each and every one of your students.

    With the internet, teachers and students can interact effortlessly for follow up questions, file sharing and distribution, announcements or simply talk about other things. Edmodo creates a safe and secure way to communicate. Teachers can post assignments and discuss supplementary lessons, students can interact with another student or teacher, and a lot more can be done with this app. Teachers can also create a network with their co-teachers or the student's’ parents and interact there.

    Taking notes is just as important to teachers as it is to students, and this app lets them do this easily. You can write notes, record lectures, sketch figures, take pictures of notes and a lot more. It also lets you write naturally with its features. With its latest update, it can now support multi tasking. Storing these notes became easier with this app, and truly a must have not just for teacher, but for note-savvy people out there.

    Widely known as the largest database of knowledge in the internet, WolframAlpha is now available to the iPhone. If you need quick answers to a question, this app does that in a breeze. WolframAlpha is popular for being able to solve math problems using its different algorithms, and teachers can use this as a powerful reference in making exams and lesson plans. It does not only provides knowledge for math and science, but also literature, culture, music and almost all areas of knowledge and society there is. You can really turn your iPhone into a powerful device with this app.

    If you need extra information and inspiration, TED talks really leaves you inspired and empowered. And through the app, you can access these talks anywhere, anytime. The app organizes and categorizes the talks to cater your curiosity and interest, so you can easily look at a topic that you want to learn more about. The app updates regularly. With regular TED talks everywhere, you will surely never run out of resources. The best thing about this app is it is free.

    We salute every teacher and educator in the world for every effort they do to build the future society. We all wish you the best as you continue in your endeavors.

    Photo credit: Pixabay


    This post was posted in Technology, News and was tagged with iPhone, apps, iOS, education, teachers, school, kids

  • Emerging Wearable Technologies: What We Have Now

    Posted on October 9, 2015 by Jerry Lee

    Smart Watch - Wearable TechnologyWearable technology, or wearables, have become very popular. From bluetooth headsets to smart watches that can be personalized, computer and mobile phone companies shifted focus from the large desktops and bulky phones to wearable devices. If you really think it about, it is mind boggling that the technology of computing has gone this far.

    Wearables are actually a product of the advancement of computing. Scientists and engineers have developed computer chips which can be placed in a very small area. These means the chips can fit into a fitness band or watch, and combined with a low power sensor, it offers several powerful functions, such as monitoring overall health, weather, movement, and more.

    What are some of the emerging wearable technologies that we have in this present time? From the trusty bluetooth headset we've had for years, the number of wearables has been expanding.

    Like the bluetooth headset, smartwatches have also been in the market for a while. However, the new Apple Watch is one of the reasons these wearables are so hot right now. The Apple Watch has several functions similar to that of the smartphone, and in the coming years, we might see more advanced smartwatches. Maybe someday, we will be able to have the highly advanced watches we see in movies.

    Smart glasses
    The Google Glass has been one of the most hyped up technologies to be released in recent years. It has the functions of the smartphones that we use today: it can take pictures, present information, and respond to voice commands. It can also connect to the Internet and look up information. The convenience of having smartphone functions in these glasses is the reason why many look forward to its public releasing. From the Google glass, we may be seeing smart glasses which can have more features and functions.

    Fitness Bands
    In the effort to improve health by monitoring performance, these smart fitness bands come into play. Jawbone UP and Fitbit are two of the most popular fitness trackers/bands on the market today.
    These trackers have sensors which can identify and track basic body functions, such as steps, heart rate, and flights of stairs. In addition, those into fitness can maximize these devices to help in monitor physical activity.

    Healthcare Wearables and Artificial Limbs
    From the pacemaker, wearable technology for healthcare has emerged. We now have ingestible computers which monitor and extract information from our internal organs, artificial organs that can replace the defective ones, and limbs that can respond to brain impulses and functions like our natural limbs. Technology in healthcare has been the trend in the sciences, and we will be expecting more advances to healthcare because of these.

    Wearable technology will continue to be the trend for years, and it is exciting to see what we will get to see in this lifetime. What other kinds of possible wearable technologies do you want to happen in the near future?

    Photo credit: Pixabay


    This post was posted in Technology, News and was tagged with wearables, google glass, apple watch, fitbit, limbs, articial organs, emerging technology

  • 5 Useful iPhone Applications for Small Business Owners

    Posted on October 2, 2015 by Kelsey Jones

    Entrepreneurs and small business owners have a lot of things to balance, from keeping up with schedules to managing customer concerns and complaints. There is no doubt that running a small business can be extremely hard. Being organized and productive is more challenging as the owner of the business. However, running your own small business is also rewarding - you get to be the boss and call the shots, you get the most out of the revenue, and you’re able to see your business succeed.

    Different iPhone application developers have really maximized the usefulness of the device, resulting in applications, which are utilized for business organization and productivity. Here are some of the top iPhone apps that small business owners can use for better business productivity. These apps can take care a lot of the things that usually business owners’ minds, like to-lists and business cards.

    Business Plan for Entrepreneurs’ Startups
    Before you delve into your business, you need to have a concrete and detailed business plan. The worst thing that can happen is to go without a decent plan and ending up losing resources like money, time, and effort. This app will really help those who are just starting in their business. It contains over 100 background articles, which can give you a springboard to start shaping your business plan. As you start creating your company, you can also use this app’s elegant business and budget templates. The goal of using this app is for you to have a structured business plan, which you will follow years into your business.

    Clear – Tasks, Reminders & To-Do Lists
    The name sums up its functions - it lets you organize the things you will do for the day, month, or year. This help helps remind you of major tasks and serves as a checklist that you can regularly update in a central location. As a small business owner, managing a lot of things can cause you forget a lot, and this application like this one is the solution. It can sync with all your devices so you can be reminded of what you have to do, wherever you go.

    If you want to send better email, this app is the answer. It lets you organize your email templates, manage your email lists, and analyzes data (e.g. number of subscribers, clicks, opens, etc). If you have an email list for your company, MailChimp can report how many of them opened your emails or newsletters. This app is really useful if you’re growing your email list, which is undoubtedly essential for your business. It also syncs with the web-based version, which is super easy to use as well.

    BizXpenseTracker - Expense, Mileage & Time Tracking
    As a small business owner, tracking your expenses, travel mileage, and time is important, and this app does them all. It lets you create reports on the expenses you’ve used and is useful for tracking the money spent so you will be organized in your budgeting. This app has been popular among reviewers and consumers. Definitely a must have for small business owners, as running your business involves a lot of expenses, and it’s easy to lose track of them.

    Business Card Design
    This elegant application allows users to easily design their business cards. It has a lot of built-in templates and examples you can use, and it also lets you scan the business cards of other colleagues, which is useful for keeping your network strong and healthy. A good-looking business card truly adds reputation its owner, and this app will help you take care of that.

    Almost all of these applications are not free (except MailChimp), but as a business owner, you have to make certain investments to yield great results, and these apps are the good ones. Stay tuned as we unveil even more top iPhone applications that can help make your life even easier.

    Photo Credit: Pixabay


    This post was posted in Technology, Promotion and was tagged with iPhone, apps, start-up, business, ios apps

  • 5 Easy-To-Use iPhone Applications To Become More Organized

    Posted on September 15, 2015 by Kelsey Jones

    One of the greatest challenges professionals and business owners face is organization. Schedule are tight and it becomes difficult to juggle all those meetings, deadlines, and other obligations. Some even hire assistants to manage some of their organizing work to reduce the stress in doing so. On top of other priorities like family and personal interests, getting overwhelmed becomes understandable.

    Yet, becoming organized is within your pocket. The iPhone is a useful tool to organize your life. Basic applications such as notes or alarm can be useful to some extent. These will usually not cover all our organizing needs, but there are several third-party applications in the market you can utilize. In this article, we will share some of the top iPhone apps for general use, mostly in organizing schedules, storage of data, and taking notes. These apps are truly a must have for everyone who is taking the first step to a more organized life. While not all of of these apps are free, but paid apps are worth the money if they save you from a lot of stress.


    This app has long been present in the market and still has come out as one of the top favorites. If you’re a professional who takes a lot of notes, this app can help keep you organized. You can take notes, add pictures, save video/audio, collaborate and discuss ideas with your co-workers, and present data with ease. Whether it is a short list of things to do or research and article writing, Evernote will help you become more efficient. The Basic app is free, and there are Plus and Premium upgrades to their service which come at a price.


    Trello acts a board where you can input the things you will do on a card and pin them. It helps you organize in a way where you can create a streamlined process for everything that needs to get done. This can be also used for collaboration where you assign tasks to your co-workers or assistants and they can communicate through it. You can put checklists and deadlines so you can be sure to not miss anything. It is simple, free and easy to use.


    This has become a popular online cloud storage and backup service and is useful to a lot of professionals who have a lot of files, and want them to be readily available wherever they go. The free version lets you have 2GB online space which you can use to store your stuff and share them at will. There is also Dropbox Pro, where at a cost, you can have 1TB of data. This will help you backup and store your files, as it automatically syncs with your computer's files.


    If your professional work involves being active on social media, Hootsuite is a great app to stay on top of publishing to your networks. It lets you schedule your posts in Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. This is useful for advertising content and brand marketing because it saves you from the hassle of having to post at a specific schedule. It's also helpful if you need to have your content posted but you do not have the luxury of time to do so. The free version lets you manage up to three social media networks.

    Documents to Go

    This is an all-in-one office application where you can edit Microsoft Office files such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. This one is extremely useful when you need to make emergency changes to your files, but you do not have access to your laptop or desktop. Although this is a paid app, its value exceeds its cost, because you never know when you'll really need it.

    These applications will benefit you a lot as you become organized in your life. Give them a try, and you’ll be surprised that with the help of apps, it's not that that difficult to balance things in work and other priorities.

    Photo credits: Pixabay

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  • 8 Factoids That You May Not Know About Snapchat

    Posted on June 2, 2015 by Andrew Franco

    1. 1. I know, it feels like it’s been here since we have, or maybe that’s just me projecting. Still, Snapchat has exceedingly made its way to the top height of social media. But it was first launched in July 2011. Its safe to say that it’s had a quick rise and is only gaining more popularity with its users.

    1. 2. I don’t know which name I like better, but did you know that Snapchat was formerly known as Picaboo?

    1. 3. Yes, there are many adults that have found their way to the app, with help from their sons and/ or daughters or curiosity. However, they make up only a minority of the users, while  71% of Snapchat users are under the age of 25.

    1. 4. Rather it has any relevance to you or not, it’s something to pontificate that, of the users of Snapchat, roughly 70% are women.

    1. 5. Personally, I go days without posting to my snapchat story or sending any direct snaps to anyone, but, like voting, my number does not matter. There are 400 million snapchats sent per day.

    1. 6. 100 million monthly active users? That’s one seventh of the fraction of the amount of people in this world-- all users of one app. Wow.

    1. 7. Of the millennial internet users, about 30% access Snapchat regularly, the word regularly probably being a vague understatement.

      1. 8. In comparison with the other truths and approximations, this number reads low. Out of all the United States’ social media users, only 18% use Snapchat.

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  • Story Leather's Silly Cell-Phone Drop Stories

    Posted on May 2, 2015 by Staci Wilson

    We recently covered the benefits of covered cases for cell phones, especially when it comes to protection from accidental drops, but sometimes it takes a little reminder to drive home the importance of a point.


    According to, who recently took a survey of over 3,000 individuals:


    * 18 percent of frequent travelers have paid to fix their tablet screen in the past year

    * Over a third of travelers have spent more than $30 on tablet protection

    * 81 percent of parents report that their child has broken their tablet by throwing it

    * One in four parents had to pay to fix their tablet screen in the past year

    * Nearly half of parents (45 percent) said the most common cause of tablet damage was from getting in and out of a car, or leaving it on top of a car


    These statistics were arrived at after the leader in impact protection for smartphones, tablets and laptops, asked frequent travelers and parents about their tablet use.


    So now that you have the facts, here are a few fun stories we here at Story Leather gathered for your amusement, and edification.



    (Photo Courtesy of


    I once dropped my phone in the toilet — and flushed it! The phone had been in my back pocket and after tinkling, I stood as I normally do and flushed. Simultaneously, the phone fell from my pocket and was carried away with the current. But it didn't leave the unit completely. I had to call a plumber who dismantled the toilet, turned it upside down in the bathtub and fished the phone out. Oddly enough, after drying out for a few days, the phone still worked (I didn't use it anymore, but was able to get my content). Now, I ALWAYS take my phone out of my pocket before sitting on the toilet!

    Joy Graham

    Houston, TX




    We are a moving company and actually provide company cell phones to our team leaders (the supervisor of each moving team). Therefore, we are literally always dropping our phones (off our trucks while climbing up/down, leaving them on top of a piece of furniture that gets knocked over, and many other situations).

    Jon Katz, CEO

    Katz Moving



    I drop it all the time. I have gotten quite good at the soccer toe balance... meaning I can catch it in my instep and balance it. (I have a Note 4, so it’s similar in size to a soccer ball!) This isn't an exact science, and the other day I had to use my weaker left foot, mistimed it, and kicked the phone asking the asphalt like a hockey puck about 30 feet away... Glass down. I have a phone case, so no harm done.


    Shark Tank Podcast Host


    Stay tuned for more in this series of Silly Cellphone Drop Stories – and please share, if you have one.


    And… don’t forget: We have lots of great phone cases available for whatever your needs are: Holsters, Wallet Cases, Sleeve, and so much more!

    For more of our stories you can visit or visit our Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest for all of any updates on new styles, leathers, or promo codes.

    Don't forget to check out our recent works section to see past creations, link right HERE to take a look at all the custom designs that others have made. Who knows, maybe there's a design that speaks to you.

    Find Staci Layne Wilson on and on Twitter at @StaciWilson

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  • Story Leather's 5 Whacky Wallet Gadgets You Can’t Be Without

    Posted on April 22, 2015 by Staci Wilson

    Gadgets are great… but useless if they’re not with you. So, here are five handy-dandy little doodads you can keep in your Story Leather wallet and bust out as needed.


    1. Tool Logic’s SVC1 Survival Card – This sharp gizmo boasts a 1-inch serrated blade with an ergonomic grip, has a compass with an 8x power lens, emergency signal whistle, tiny tweezers for splinter or small object elimination, a toothpick, and inch/cm rulers – all packed in one itsy-bitsy credit card sized package!



    (Photo Courtesy of Amazon)

    2. CarZor’s Mini Pocket Razor Shaver – It is a card, a mirror, a razor… and it’s all three at the same time! The blades are stored safely behind the mirror while it’s stashed in your wallet and viola – one quick unfold and it’s ready to whack those whiskers.



    (Photo Courtesy of Amazon)

    3. Zootility’s Multitool – Phone kickstand, bottle opener, flat screwdriver, micro screwdriver for glasses repairs, a door latch slip, letter opener, hex wrenches, and ruler. Wow.


    4. EyeCard Wallet Glasses – Your handiest reading cheaters, no bigger than a credit card and comes in its own scratch-resistant slip case that slips right into your wallet.



    (Photo Courtesy of eyeCard Readers)

    5. FlatLight – Here’s a super bright LED flashlight with 10+ hours of run time on 2 CR2016 coin replaceable batteries, and it fits fine into any sized wallet.

    For more of our stories you can visit or visit our Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest for all of any updates on new styles, leathers, or promo codes.

    Don't forget to check out our recent works section to see past creations, link right HERE to take a look at all the custom designs that others have made. Who knows, maybe there's a design that speaks to you.

    Find Staci Layne Wilson on and on Twitter at @StaciWilson

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