Review: DaysAgo Digital Day Counter

06Jan09

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Do you ever find yourself going through your fridge and throwing out more than half of what’s inside because it’s gone bad, or you’re not sure if it’s gone bad and don’t want to risk getting sick, so you throw it out anyway?  Well now you don’t have to with the DaysAgo timer!  The DaysAgo Digital Day Counter is the first and only digital day counter that attaches to a variety of surfaces with a magnetic backing, suction backing, or band attachment, and counts up to 99 days.  With the touch of a button, it keeps track of how old the leftovers are in your fridge, the last time you watered the plants, even the last time you gave your pet its medication.  One especially handy use that I use the DaysAgo timer for is to keep track of when I need to change my contacts.  There is an unlimited amount of brilliant uses for the Days Ago timer, click here to see some more great suggestions!  

Available at www.howmanydaysago.com

 

 

daysagoPink DaysAgo was inspired by the co-inventor of the DaysAgo Digital Day Counter, Kathleen Whitehurst, a 9 year breast cancer survivor.  The pink timer reminds women to do their regular self breast exams.  10% of proceeds of the pink digital day timer are donated to breast cancer awareness!   Click HERE to learn more and to order the pink special edition timer!

 

♥ Caring Cause: 10% of proceeds of the pink digital day timer are donated to breast cancer awareness!

 

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