Month: March 2017

How to reduce wasting enough time to win up to one year!


Here is the list of 4 ways to eliminate wasting time TODAY!

  1. Cut down the amount of time it takes to brush your teeth

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What if you could cut down your teeth brushing time from 2-3 minutes to just 1 minute? Not only saving you time, but also be even more efficient in this daily activity that you do twice per day. Let’s do the math, 2 minutes more of your time added per day, 365 days a year… that’s 730 minutes, 12 hours of your life back!

An extra 2 minutes per day doesn’t sound like a lot, but it adds up!

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Sonic Tongue Cleaner helps remove the bacteria that are the major source of bad breath and that are links to tooth and gum decay. Sonic White Bleaching System uses the vibrations of your toothbrush to release the stain removing power of oxygen for fast, but gentle tooth whitening.

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  1. How to pack for a trip in 20 minutes or less by Eagle Creek


Packing can be one of the most stressful and time consuming experiences. Do you ever wish for an easier way? A way to make it go by so much quicker and greatly reduce the amount of stress and anxiety? Your wish has been granted…

Let’s do the math, let’s say you travel 10 times per year, that’s about usually 1-2 hours of packing. That’s 1,200 minutes dedicated to packing compared to 200 minutes or less with this quick guide! Saving you over 16 hours, if not more!

“Half the battle is learning to pack quickly and efficiently, so you can get out the door and on the plane or in the car faster—and calmer. Last December, I found out that I had to fly to Italy on a last-minute business trip, the day of departure. My flights were booked for that afternoon, so I dashed around my apartment in a frenzy throwing everything (and I mean everything) into …