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Sleep Deprived? – Online Products

In this weeks post each of our current authors for Sleep Deprived are choosing a product or object online that will help you save time in your every day life. So! Lets get started!

ArtBin Super Satchel Double Deep on by Sean

Every art major need a carrying case for their art supplies, for those moments when you you just won’t know what you’ll need. ArtBin is a wonderful company that produces high quality storage bins that are perfect for artists on the go or in a studio. These bins are easily stackable and perfect for small spaces like underneath your bed or in your closet.  The products dimensions are 6 1/4″ H x 14″ W x 15″ D. This product is found cheapestly priced on a site called (the site is not as bad as the names leads) for a reasonable price of $24.69. Link to Product

Touch N Brush on by Betty

Does this look familiar? It seems as much as most people try that new tube of toothpaste ends up looking like this, maybe worse. Whether you squeeze, roll, or press your tube, most of the time you find it harder and harder to get that amount of toothpaste you need. In most cases you’ll end up with a big chunk of dry toothpaste that makes it difficult to get more out. Not only does it get messy but it gets frustrating. It’s a waste of money when you don’t get to use every bit of toothpaste. I’m not a person that’s capable of squeezing a tube of toothpaste correctly. I also don’t like to have a sticky messy bathroom sink, so I have to constantly clean my mess of toothpaste. I’m lucky to have a wonderful mother that had a solution for me, and I love it! She bought me a Touch N Brush, a hands free toothpaste dispenser!! For those who don’t have one I recommend this product for you. It save you time, money, and it mess free*!!  With this product you no longer have to pop open or screw off a cap, and struggle to get that right amount of toothpaste. This product makes it fast and easy to get toothpaste, making your life happier in regards of brushing your teeth. It save you money as well because this products uses every last drop of toothpaste, no more wasted toothpaste. The product comes with an airtight suction cup and will secure onto any wall surface, I recommend a mirror. Another great feature about this product is it doesn’t require electric or batteries! It looks good with any bathroom decor. I love how my bathroom looks a lot more organized with this product. You can buy your own Touch N Brush, at Amazon for a low price of $7.75. Link to Product. If you buy this product I hope you’ll be as happy as I am with it.

*It’s mess free unless you’re absolutely a messy person. 

Planners By Hannah

A great way to save time is to stay organized. Sounds simple enough, but it can be extremely difficult, but an excellent way to do so is to use a planner. Especially if you’re like me and get distracted by practically everything, so using a planner is definitely a lifesaver most days!

A planner is a great way to stay on top of all your schoolwork and other activities, and you can get one that is relatively inexpensive. They have them at Target or Wal-Mart for about $7.

Using a planner is a great way to stay organized and to keep up with your schedule. It makes it easy to schedule out each week, and helps you to allow time for each project and homework that you have. Just be sure to prioritize your work, and start on the major projects ahead of time, but be sure to get your assignments that are due first done first, but be sure to get your assignments that are due first done first.


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