Last Minute Inexpensive Father’s Day Ideas - June 14, 2014 by Admin

Tomorrow is Father's Day! For all you last minute gift-getters/makers (like me), here are some simple, last minute, inexpensive ideas for that special Dad.

Follow our Pinterest boards for more great ideas!

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Click on each image above to be linked directly to the original sites where I found these great ideas. Some include free printables as well!

To create a custom Father's Day E-card – visit us @ www.Sendomatic.com

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Would You Try The Chef 5 Minute Meals? - April 7, 2013 by Admin

Today’s post is inspired by an article on LifeHacker. The article highlights this new company, Chef 5 Minute Meals, which makes a to-go meal that cooks itself!

Where was this when we were in college and running late to class?

Would you try this? We would.

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Tracking Your Time Down To The Minute - February 10, 2013 by Admin

Often times, we get emails from our customer asking what books we’d recommend graduating seniors to read. As you prepare for graduation and your final quarter in college, its common that the thirst for knowledge increases. Education and learning doesn’t stop when you put on your graduation stoles and gowns, but rather commencement is the beginning. The beginning of that next chapter in your life.

But I digress… back to books. There are quite a few, but one book in particular that we’ve grown fond of is the 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss.  If you haven’t already heard about this book, check it out on Amazon or do a Google search for some reviews.

This week’s post is inspired by a post on Tim’s blog which highlights a case study of a husband/father who is living the “4 hour work week lifestyle”

If you’re interested to see how this father has broken down his week, down to the granular level of even time he spends with daily hygiene, take a look at the full blog post here.

Has anyone done a time tracking experiment like this in college? We’d be interested to see how our customers spend their days, splits between class, leisure, studying, food and more!

Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/epsos/3520212719/

The Super Senior (Musings About Fun, Graduation & The Real World)