Anna Grace’s Campus Guide to Life, Happiness, and Sort of Surviving #1

Allow me to ask a rhetorical question. How long do you brush your teeth? (I say rhetorical because I don't actually want to know.) In my case, I spend roughly two minutes brushing my teeth, and I brush my teeth roughly twice a day. I mean... I don’t brush them roughly. I brush them roughly twice. I brush them gently roughly twice a day.

If you add that up, 7 days a week, roughly four a minutes a day of brushing roughly twice, you spend about half an hour in front of the mirror a week with your tooth brush. Roughly.

Here’s a quick time management tip: use the time wisely! What could you quickly review while you’re brushing? I’ve used a dry erase marker on the mirror to write down everything from Spanish vocabulary and History timelines to definitions and Bible verses. Believe me, just a little bit of effort can go a long way! So say goodbye to cramming for quizzes in the elevator and cutting short your beauty sleep for that inevitable morning exam. Now YOU can strengthen your scholastic confidence as you strengthen your enamel!

2 Responses

  1. Josh G.

    Now if we could just figure out a way to brush our teeth before every class. That would be roughly 30 extra minutes of study time per week for the average student, not including his usual twice a day!

  2. Terrance Terrance

    I never would have thought of that. Very interesting! – thanks

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