It’s Sunday and it’s time for a roast. The Sunday Roast. Just looking at this photo makes my mouth water – I really enjoy eating a nice meal. However, I only get the pleasure of having this delicious British Sunday roast a couple of times a year, when I’m over in the UK visiting my granny. I know what you’re thinking: “Why don’t you cook this yourself?”. I’ll tell you, one of the reasons that I wouldn’t try cooking this myself is, well, there’s just so much pressure! Timing the potatoes with the spinach, making sure the meat isn’t too dry, getting that gravy all perfect, not overdoing the Yorkshire pudding…
When preparing dinner, the Mutewatch is a great tool. It allows you to set multiple timers and alarms so you don’t have to worry about keeping track of time. Setting an alarm on the touch screen is super easy and quick since Mutewatch sits round your wrist. And also, since the alarms don’t make a sound – they vibrate instead of beeping – you don’t have to hear that annoying sound go off all the time.
The Mutewatch trial testing starts today and, guess what, I think I might have a go at cooking a proper Sunday roast.
Have you ever worried about exceeding the time limit while giving a speech or presentation? Found that even if you’ve practised giving the speech, it always takes a little longer than expected? In this situation, Mutewatch is very useful – just set the timer to vibrate five minutes before your time is up and you’ll know exactly when you need to start wrapping things up!
Photo by Neal Fowler
In the words of the photographer himself:
Time flies…. No time wasters please.