Here's wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Joyful New Year. May your days be filled with love and peace.
Monday, December 20, 2010
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Toms of Maine. All opinions are 100% mine.
I teach.... and therefore I can not avoid talking very close to some of my students when they ask for individual help. One thing that I always see to it is that my breath smells fresh, and I do not eat anything that may smell offensive later. However, there are just times I am so tempted at school sometimes to eat garlic bread, or salad with dressing that is rich in garlic, or nuts roasted in garlic, aaaaah, somehow, i love anything with garlic. The bad thing with garlic however is, having a garlicky breath :( Before starting my class or facing my students, after eating anything garlicky, I would run to the bathroom to brush my teeth, gargle with mouthwash quite several times, blowing air out from my mouth hoping that the garlicky smell will disappear fast, and then, gargle with mouthwash again. Not only that, when I would reach my classroom, I would use a mouth freshener spray and munch on mouth freshener strip. Ahhh, life is just full of wicked fresh moments, wicked, because it is hard sometimes to say no to foods we love, fresh, because we wanted to stay fresh despite the hard toil of the day. And who does not want to look fresh and smell fresh all day? Thankfully, we all are able to keep up with our wishes of staying fresh. There are so many products that help us with this goal. When we hardly have no time or in a hurry to keep our breath smell fresh, we can always take a Tom's Of Maine mouthwash and feel that natural freshness. Tom's of Maine is a leading natural product's company focused on oral and personal care. If you have a favorite Wicked Fresh Moment memories to share, you can go to "That's Wicked Fresh contest page" and share your favorite fresh moment memory for a chance to win a $500 Target gift card and other Wicked Fresh Prizes! Let's all get freshen up :)
Posted by Salitype at 2:01 PM