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Monday's List: Electric Toothbrushes, Post-Game of Thrones, and Goal Keeping

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Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash

Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash

“Well, I've got to go learn a load of people's names before I fire them.” ― Roger Sterling, Mad Men

How We’re Upping Our Dental Hygiene

Quip

Meet quip. The electronic, battery operated toothbrush without all the wires. With a 30-second quadrant timer so you never miss a spot and a refill delivered to your door every 3 months, you’d be crazy not to have one. The best part? It’s travel ready. That means you can bring it to the office. Spinach in your teeth isn’t a great look for that next meeting of yours. Oh, and it’s affordable. The plastic toothbrush is $25. The metal (we have it – it’s pretty sleek) is $40. And refill heads are only $5/3 months. If you add a toothpaste in it’s $10/3 months. Welcome to the 21st century.

How We’re Setting Our Goals

Strides: Habit Tracker

Have a goal you just can’t seem to finish? Of course you do. You’re human. Try downloading Strides. It’s a habit tracker with easy to pick daily habits or the option to create your own. With things like “in bed by 10pm” and “priority before email”, we love the ease of it.

Name your goal, set your start date and reminders, and log your progress. You’re well on your way to building better habits. All it takes is a day one.

What We’re Binging Since GOT is Over

Mad Men

Our summer catch up series? Mad Men. We’re recommending it to all the men and women out there who thankfully don’t have to work like that anymore. All 7 seasons are up on Netflix and this binge should take us well into September while we mourn over the end of an era. After all, Mad Men is basically just the Game of Thrones of Madison Ave set in the sixties.