Happy Wednesday! Welcome back to our Take 5 column, where we invite you to take a hump-day break with the week’s most revitalizing lifestyle stories. Ready to take a breather?
A new app called Ghostbot will ward off your unwanted suitors via a series of preapproved, unenthusiastic text messages, such as "Sorry, just me and [pizza emoji] tonight" and "I just have no time right now." Because why not subcontract your awkward Tinder conversations to the SmarterChild of the new millennium?
This new collapsible, hard-shell suitcase from Néit is the first of its kind, and it's a game changer for the avid world traveler. Perfect for small, cramped hotel rooms with minimal storage space, this suitcase started as a Kickstarter campaign in January 2016. The product has since amassed endorsements from the likes of Travel & Leisure, Fast Company, and Wired. Order yours here.
Ticketmaster's recent legal settlement is giving all customers free ticket vouchers—assuming you purchased a ticket from the company between October 1999 and February 2013. While the selection is, for lack of a better term, awful, our friends over at The Verge have aggregated the best options in each city. Log into your Ticketmaster account to see what's available.
This new roundup from InStyle takes wedding inspiration to a whole new level. These six lucky celebrities tied the knot in actual castles, with plenty of pictures to prove it. Nothing like a fairy-tale wedding IRL to jog your imagination.