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Subject: Small Annoyances Date: 3/24/2001 10:51 AM
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Over the last couple of months I have taken time to deal with several things that, while not very important in themselves, were starting to annoy me.

These new bras I just bought seem to spend all their time sliding off my shoulders. Having to pull the straps back up every hour or so got bothersome. So I searched the web and found www.brabuddy.com and bought little velcro fastened straps to keep them up. They also now don't show just outside the shoulder of tank tops, so I feel classier and more put together.

The clocks in our house were all at a different time. Not by much, but enough to throw my mind off track. In the bedroom I still had a couple minutes, but by the time I got to the kitchen I was barely on time. So I reset all the clocks to match.

I'm growing out my bangs, and there was a little thatch of hair the would be fine until blown by wind, then it flopped in my face the whole rest of the day. Duh, I finally bought two little clips to hold my hair back while it grows out, instead of fussing with it all day long.

There have been several others that feel so much better now that I fixed it, that I can't even remember what they were.

My challenge -- this weekend, do some small thing to eliminate a small annoyance from your life.




REader99
Easily annoyed
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