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Be on time with the Procrastinator’s Clock

Be on time with the Procrastinator’s Clock
Procrastinator's Clock

    You know you’ve all tried setting your clock forward a few minutes in hopes getting yourself out the door on time. You also know that this never works, because you just subtract the time instead of actually leaving early. Instead of getting places earlier, you just end up improving your math skills. David Seah created a clock for the perpetually late. The Procrastinator’s Clock runs up to fifteen minutes fast, however, it speeds up and slows down so it is not always exactly fifteen minutes fast. Try using the Procrastinator’s Clock, I bet you actually get places on time because you won’t be able to subtract the time difference. Let us know how it goes.

    Update: Do to popular demand, David Seah released stand-alone versions of the Procrastinator’s Clock. There is a PC version and a Mac version and the new Procrastinator’s Clock addresses some of the issues addressed in the lifehack.org comments.

    The Procrastinators Clock – [davidseah.com]

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    Published on May 28, 2021

    10 Ways to Lace Up Your Shoes Creatively

    10 Ways to Lace Up Your Shoes Creatively

    Perhaps one of the hardest things a 4-year-old kid can learn is to tie his shoes. On the contrary, for adults like us, it’s the simplest and probably the most boring activity we can think of. I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t want to register for a seminar on how to lace shoes, right!

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