Have you ever toured a beautiful "open house" in a new subdivision? These sample houses are breathtaking. The furniture is flawless and arranged perfectly to accent the room. The countertops, as well as the floors, bathtubs, showers, and sinks, are polished to a high gloss. These homes are staged to capture your attention. As lovely as these perfect rooms are, there is something missing.
This year, you promised yourself you were going to spend more time with family and friends—and less time zoned out in front of devices. And that's a promise worth keeping. At Docking Drawer, we fully support this mission. So we've come up with a few ways that you can get more out of your time (and space) with loved ones while your tech stays tucked away.
CPAP machines can be cumbersome, unorganized, and are difficult to store when not in use. Perhaps that's why so many people make the investment, but then give up using their CPAP machine after just a few weeks. CPAP machines, also known as Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machines according to the National Institute of Health, use mild air pressure to keep an individual's breathing airways open.