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5 Things You're Probably Doing Wrong In The Shower


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Check out this Huffington Post article:

 

5 Things You're Probably Doing Wrong In The Shower

 

"You're Not Using a Handheld Shower Head" should have been added to the list. I can't believe that people in civilized societies (who have extra money) are still using shower heads that stay stuck up on the wall. If you take the water where you need it by using a hand-held shower head, you can save yourself a lot of time and trouble.

 

Be sure to look at the third item in the article about getting out of the shower with soap on you. I never have a strand of soap bubbles along the nape of my neck or anywhere else when I get out of the shower. Maybe they do because they don't use a hand-held shower head?

 

 

Update

 

I was just reminded by EricBall that a clock in the shower can be helpful. Here's the water resistant clock that I've been using in the shower since the mid to late 1980s:

 

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It was made by DaliCo in 1985 (designed by Donald J. Booty). I've had this clock in my shower for around 27 years and it still works great.

 

Amazon sells a similar clock by another company:

 

amazon.com/Shower-Clock-Resistant-Quartz-Movement/dp/B001HOLAPM/

 

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I have a clock in my shower (actually a carabiner watch around the handle) to encourage me not to stay in the shower for too long. (Better than my previous way, which was to stay until the hot water ran out...)

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I have a clock in my shower (actually a carabiner watch around the handle) to encourage me not to stay in the shower for too long. (Better than my previous way, which was to stay until the hot water ran out...)

 

I have a water resistant clock in my shower. I've been using it since the mid to late 1980s. You pull off the rubber circle thingy in the back to change the batteries. I'll put a photo of it in my blog entry since I don't see a way to do it in this reply.

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