4 Times You’ll be Glad You’ve Got Wireless Headphones – collaborative post

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Do you keep seeing people with wireless headphones? It’s become a huge trend, and when you look into, it’s easy to see why. You might have been curious about little earbuds that seem to be missing their cables, or people that look like they’re talking to themselves in the street. But once you’ve got yourself a pair, it’s easy to see the appeal. Here are five times you’ll be glad you’ve got wireless headphones. 

Walking the dog

If you’re lucky enough to have a pet pooch, then you’ll probably spend a lot of time walking them. This can be enjoyable, but it can sometimes be a bit boring, mainly if there’s nobody else to talk with. Why not listen to a podcast or an audiobook as you do laps of your favourite park? Wireless headphones let you listen hand free, so you can hold the lead, throw the ball, or scoop up the mess without having to compromise the safety of your phone or your wires. 

Cleaning the house

Housework is just one of those things. It’s got to be done, but that doesn’t make it any easier. Blasting cheesy or high-tempo music is one of the best ways to make cleaning less of a bore. But do the people in the flat above really need to hear that? Wireless headphones let you dance with the mop and sing with the feather duster, without getting all tangled in a bunch of wires. 

Gardening 

Do you love gardening and working outdoors? It’s a very popular pastime, especially in the glorious summer months. But what about listening to music out there? Many people feel bad blasting their neighbours with loud music. But the alternative is to carry a small radio with you around the yard or to listen with headphones, which get all tangled up your work. Both are impractical options. That’s why wireless headphones are a great option! If you have AirPods, you can connect them to your iPhone or even your Mac and then wander around the garden listening to your favourite music. You have to make some small configurations to connect AirPods to Mac

Talking on the phone

Being able to talk hands-free is so liberating! You can take business calls while pacing, doodling, or using a stress ball, which many people find helps them think. You can also get some physical activity while you have your weekly catch-ups with distant family members or friends who live out of town. Next time you get a phone call, you can lace up your sneakers and head out the door, without having to hold your hand to your ear for long periods, which can be tiring. 

You also have your hands free to run errands and pick up groceries while you chat, saving you time. It might seem strange at first, walking around talking without a phone pressed to your ear. Will people think you’re a bit mad? But the truth is, it’s normal now. And once you’re chatting, you won’t notice what other people are thinking anyway. 

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