5 Magical Apps That Made My Hangover WAY More Bearable
Chore: Relaxation Therapy. App: Zeel. Available: In 25 U.S. cities and their surrounding metro areas. Not doing any work is, surprisingly, a lot of work. My hangover was still lingering, and my fingers were exhausted from all the iPhone typing. I decided that the best solution to relieve all the stress of not being stressed was to book myself a massage. I summoned my last bit of thumb-strength left and downloaded Zeel onto my phone. Zeel is an app that brings licensed massage therapists to your door for $99 per massage, or $84 per massage if you join their monthly subscription service. These are highly skilled individuals who BTOMT (Bring Their Own Massage Table) and BTOMH (Bring Their Own Magic Hands). My massage therapist showed up right on time, set up the massage table in my newly sanitized apartment, and got to work. If you’re worried that your Zeel massage therapist is just gonna be some Marlon Rando who owns a massage table, don’t be. All Zeel therapists are heavily vetted and screened, and all are licensed. It was, to be perfectly honest, the best massage I’ve ever received in my life. When my therapist told me I could play my own music, I felt so empowered I almost played Beyoncé. Upon further consideration, however, I decided that “Formation” might not be the best massage soundtrack and opted for some chill classical. From there, I simply relaxed and let my therapist work miracles on my back. It was an absolute massage game/life-changer. Update: As of April 7th, Zeel is now available in 25 cities.