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Life - is like a tube of toothpaste!

This post brought to you by Toms of Maine. All opinions are 100% mine.


I used to feel that life is tough but I was wrong. Life – is like a tube of toothpaste. Yes, when you got that bitter taste on your mouth… just brush your teeth and you’ll soon enjoy a fresh cool breath. LOL

For an immigrant like me, change is a huge thing. When I moved here from Asia, a lot of adjustment has to be made even as simple as using an unfamiliar toothpaste. Why toothpaste? Well, bear with me, I am talking about metaphor here.

Life is predictably unpredictable. Life is full of Wicked Fresh moments, memories, experiences and discoveries and in my case… I had to adapt and blend in. I had to use what is available and at my new home… Wicked Fresh Toothpaste is the universal toothpaste and Wicked Fresh Mouthwash is the official mouthwash… and I have no choice but to use them. Hahahaha

So what’s up with the toothpaste? Oh yes, I am talking about Tom’s of Maine – the leading local company that has been committed to supporting people, communities and the planet for 40 years here in Maine. They manufacture oral and personal care products made from natural flavor oils and botanical extracts for cavity protection and fresh breath. My family loves the products not just because of the protection we get from them but because they are locally made and we buy local to support Maine economy.

If you have not tried Tom's Of Maine, it’s about time and share your Wicked Fresh moments for a chance to win Wicked Fresh!™ Prizes at ThatsWickedFresh.com (http://bit.ly/9aCdAJ). Check out That's Wicked Fresh contest page here. And yes, you can get social by joining Tom’s of Maine on Facebook and/or follow on Twitter @TomsofMaine.

And boy, did it change my outlook in life? Yes! Big time! Seriously speaking… the toothpaste is just one of the many changes that I need to accept with good faith. Life is tough but with new fresh thinking and wicked humor… I can breathe Maine’s air with cool understanding.



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Comments

Sam said…
I like it, it works for me. Life is really interesting when you emigrate - more highs and more lows but it is exciting!
Anonymous said…
Do you people have a facebook fan page? I looked for one on twitter but could not discover one, I would really like to become a fan!

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