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Parents Alert! Use This Mug and Your Drink Won’t Spill Even You Have Kids Running Around

Parents Alert! Use This Mug and Your Drink Won’t Spill Even You Have Kids Running Around

As a parent, you cherish those rare moments where you can relax and enjoy even the simplest things. Like enjoying a cup of coffee for instance. With kids running around and you running after them, it’s not uncommon for your coffee to slosh around in the midst of the mayhem. Ordinary travel mugs can’t save your coffee from toppling over. And you’re just left with half of a mug of sad, cold coffee.

Not only is it annoying to spill your coffee, but it can lead to larger issues depending on where it’s spilled. Say you’re sitting at your computer, your child comes running over, tries to jump on your lap, sending coffee flying everywhere including your computer. People like to say don’t cry over spilled milk. But they never said anything about spilled coffee after it’s fried your computer.

Not only your computer, but a number of household and work appliances could fall victim to inadvertent spills caused by your children.

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And above all else, you just want to enjoy your cup of coffee! If only there was a mug that was spill proof. One that couldn’t be ruptured by even the most rambunctious of children.

 I give you: The Mighty Mug

    You cries have been heard, and The Mighty Mug is here to answer. Unlike other mugs, this one is spill resistant.

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    How could such a thing exist, you ask? The Smart Grip technology adheres to any smooth, flat surface and will remain intact if bumped into. But is still easy to lift when you’re ready to take it with you and get on with your day.

    Magic Spill Resistant Technology

    The bottom of the mug has a suctioning mechanism that makes it easy to fasten to smooth surfaces. This way, when your wild child comes running over to hug you, your coffee will be safe. And so will your appliances.

    The Mighty Mug is made of high quality stainless steel and is completely BPA free. You don’t have to worry about harmful toxins leaching into your coffee or beverage of your choice.

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    The double vacuum insulated walls keep hot beverages hot for 4+ hours and cold for 14+hours. The double walls prevent sweating (condensation collecting on the outside) so your hands will stay dry .

    It’s convenient size is compatible with most single serve coffee machines, as well as an easy fit to any car cup holder.

    The traditional travel mug has nothing on the Mighty Mug. More often than not, they only have a single insulation wall. And no other mug possesses the anti-grip feature that makes the Mighty Mug so unique.

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    A Parent’s Right Hand Friend

    Or left if that’s your dominant hand. But essentially, this mug is life changing. You no longer have to harbor your coffee from your children. You’ll never experience the anxiety of filling your mug, bracing yourself for the impending disaster and hot coffee spillage.

    All you have to do is fill your mug with your favorite coffee, fasten it to your desk and enjoy every last drop.

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    Last Updated on July 2, 2020

    7 Ways To Stop Being Lazy And Start Getting Things Done

    7 Ways To Stop Being Lazy And Start Getting Things Done

    “I’m going to take a lazy day today.”

    Okay, there’s nothing wrong with this. It’s called a day off, and it’s a magical thing.

    But when every day is a “lazy day,” there’s a problem. Sometimes we just need a kick in the butt to get us up and moving, so we can handle our business effectively.

    Often, laziness has a deeper and darker cause that we don’t want to think about, let alone acknowledge. Here are 7 ways to stop being lazy and become more productive.

    1 Find Out the Root Cause

    Are you burned out from working 27 hours a day, 9 days a week since before you can remember? This is a signal that you need a rest or a change.

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    Human beings are not meant to work all the time. Our paleolithic ancestors worked, on average, about 20 hours a week. (Yeah, we members of modern society are getting hosed.) Maybe you feel overwhelmed, are afraid to fail at the task, or you just don’t want to do the task; these are discrete problems with separate solutions.

    Finding out the root cause of your laziness can help you make the changes you need to make to be a more effective and energetic person.

    2. Find Your Passion for the Work

    You started doing what you do for a reason, but sometimes, even the tasks we love the most can become dreary and mundane. When this happens, remind yourself why you started doing it in the first place.

    You must have had a passion for it at some point, or you wouldn’t be bothering with it. Remind yourself of the good points of the work, not just the parts that suck.

    3. Break up Your Time

    People work more efficiently when they have ample rest time. Working in short, focused bursts is far more effective than trying to slog through the task all at once. Not only will you be happier with the end product, but you’ll feel better and more energized after completing it.

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    Learn about The Importance of Scheduling Downtime.

    4. Look at Ways You Can Do the Task More Efficiently

    When possible, work smarter instead of harder.

    We’ve already talked about why working hard doesn’t work as well. If you can find a better way to do the task, you’re more likely to enjoy it because you’re not simply performing the task by rote, but rather, using your creativity and imagination to their best effect. This will make you feel better about the job and probably enjoy it more, too.

    Try these 12 Ways to Work Smart.

    5. Ask for Help or Support

    Sometimes, we just need a little extra backup. There’s nothing wrong with asking for help from a more motivated coworker, friend, or family member. This is a useful way to get you up and moving, because they will motivate you to do the task.

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    At the same time, you may be doing them a favor by motivating them to work harder. A little friendly competition never hurt anyone!

    Learn How to Ask for Help When You’re Afraid To Do So.

    6. Think About Why You Don’t Want to Do the Task

    This sounds like a rehash of number 1, but it’s really not.

    Some jobs we don’t want to do because they’re just not fun. Mowing the lawn, cleaning the house, or getting under the car and replacing the alternator all have one thing in common. People don’t like doing these jobs because they take time and energy, they’re not pleasant, and we know that sooner or later, we’ll just be doing the same thing all over again.

    However, instead of thinking about why you don’t want to do the task, think about the benefits. Your car will run better, the Homeowners’ Association won’t be leaving you a nasty gram for the sixth time this month, and your house will look nicer and feel more welcoming.

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    By turning a negative into a positive, you’ll find your outlook about these tasks will be more positive too.

    7. Force Yourself

    Sometimes there’s just no getting around it. All the good advice and wishes in the world won’t make the job look any better. In these cases, you need to remember you’re an intelligent, mature member of Homo Sapiens, and get off your butt.

    While it may not be fun at the time, you can look back on the task you did later and say, “Yeah. I did that.” You shouldn’t have to force yourself out of bed every morning (this is a warning sign of depression that you should NOT ignore), but every once in a while, we need to force ourselves to do something we just don’t want to do.

    Believe it or not, you’ll be proud of yourself once the task is done.

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