Work is taking too much of my time. I’m this close to popping right now, and that’s the reason why I’m writing this entry while I should’ve been working my ass off.
And now for something completely different: I’ve been using the SleepTracker for a few nights now and I’ll have to admit that it actually works. I have felt more refreshed when I have woken and that certainly is a good thing. What the SleepTracker can’t do, unfortunately, is to fill you with joy and a will to go to work. So it’s still way to easy just to turn off the alarm, move over and go back to sleep.
But the bottom line is that the SleepTracker does everything it promises. I can’t guarantee that it’ll work for you, too, so don’t come complaining to me, but I strongly recommend that you get one. If you live in Norway, just like me, buying one is a real PITA. I wasn’t able to find any stores, neither offline nor online, that sold the gadget, maybe you’re a better shopper than I am. A Danish firm has the rights to sell the SleepTracker in Norway, but they have still to get a store online. I ended up ordering it from a Swedish web shop, CoolStuff.se. Unfortunately, they don’t send to Norway and I had to have it shipped to Tomas who lives in Stockholm.
Quite the hassle, but certainly worth it.
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