70. Choose a laptop over a desktop computer.

Wait. People deserve more than 2 ‘top’ choices!  

Our new favorite ‘topping’ rises above the choice between a lap’top’ and a desk’top’, indulge in the … spacetop


This 3rd ‘top’ choice empowers ultra-portable access to multi-monitors within an ever-expansive ‘space’...top. Think of this ‘top’ tool as a peak to an apex of portable computing…all within your cozy space…top.


To help you ‘Choose a laptop over a desktop computer,’ here’s a simple 2-step process:

  1. Uncover more than 2 choices (but not more than 2-steps) 
  2. Then find your ‘top’ place in the tech… space…top…  

Your Future You sees you rising with the ‘top’. But to ‘Choose a laptop over a desktop computer’ may limit your future summit expansiveness. So lose the ‘laps’, dump the ‘desks’ and ‘space’ out to top out your future self. This 3rd choice is like ordering your favorite sundae and adding a cherry to the opposite of the bottom. 

P.S. - It’s been reported that Corporate Housing Companies help guests ‘‘Choose a laptop over a desktop computer’’ by focusing on cool spaces over desks or laps. Besides, lugging a desktop or moving multi-monitors around your lap at your new corporate housing digs does not lend itself to living well. And since our focus is the guest experience, providing an innovative and cool space(top) helps them enjoy living life at the …opposite of the nadir.

Why does this ‘Future You’ Series exist? What’s it about?  

  1. Promote easy, quirky sustainable practices that are NOT preachy, or guilt-ridden and without a focus on the ‘saving the planet’ (hint: the planet is going to survive no matter what we do). 

  2. A playful post of simple ways to sorta improve our lives, and the lives of those we love. Also improve our future lives… by taking playful action today. 

  3. Still reading? Cool. We think you’re amazing and full of joyful zest. 

This series is based off ‘105 Simple Sustainable actions’ - from Stephane Omsanski’s article in Parade from 2021.

70. Choose a laptop over a desktop computer.

Desktop computers actually require more energy than a laptop to run.