Flossing has become a nightly routine after brushing. I use super-silky and highest-quality floss so it doesn’t shred. Takes 30 seconds. Then, I use a tongue scraper (takes 10 seconds), then my swish with TheraBreath rinse. So fresh and no more bad breath. Flossing is so important!
- How do you incorporate this in your daily routine and organize how you write the to-do list?
- How do you fit a healthy breakfast into your schedule?
- How can we ensure that we will finish everything on our to do list if something comes up?
- What is the best breakfast in the morning?
- When you write your to-do list, are you combining your professional tasks with personal ones? Or do you make two separate lists?
The flossing method I like to use is a flossing stick or flosser. I do not like wrapping string around my finger and putting my fingers in my mouth. So I feel that the flossing stick is it good option and I can reach all the way back to my molars with it
Floss sticks are the easiest method as the floss doesn’t slip between your fingers as with normal flossing. Different brands are differing thicknesses so recommended trying a few to see which is preferable for you.
- How many times do you floss a day?
- Do you wash your mouth with a mouthwash? Is it necessary?
- How do I know that the floss brand I use is healthy?
- Are there less wasteful types of floss? It’s a lot of plastic waste.
- Floss first or brush first?
- What’s the best way to floss your teeth?
- Why do you feel you don’t have time to floss?
- How important is the environmental aspect when buying/using floss for you?
- How do you inspire yourself to meditate?
- Do you think that stick floss creates more waste (especially plastic) compared to string floss?