Jonathan Spencer
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October 14, 2006

A quiet hairdryer


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I at (wah)on a Wednesday, oh yes I know all the jokes, but I really do and I am more productive because of it.  I am more productive not just on that day at but also when I get to my place of work.

On a normal day I am up at 6 o’clock but on my wah day I always get a lie in and can get up an or two later than usual.  I freely admit my sleep is very important to me, in fact I split p with a girlfriend one because I just couldn’t sleep in her apartment.  If I dont get enough sleep then I become both bad tempered and addle brained.  Without a good 40 hours sleep per 5 nights running, my mind will just not work properly. In this I do not have to have 8 hours each night, I could have 2 hours one night and 14 hours the next and that would be fine.  I expect you see where I am heading …those few extra hours on a wednesday morning help me put my sleep balance in credit.

And here lies the rub, my partner washes, drys and straightens her hair most mornings, as she prepares for work; she uses a TIGI pro hairdryer, its beauty.  However if you have ever been at an air show where they have a demonstration of a jump jet, then you will understand the level and of the noise the hair dryer makes.  She tells me just to put my head under the covers, let me tell you it doesn’t work and for all those sleeping under flightpaths I sympathise.

So I began to search for quiet hairdryer solutions and this is what I came up with…

ceramic ionic hair dryers are the quietist hair dryers and they don’t damage the hair as much, like this Paul Anthony

“Paul Anthony Professional 2000W Ionic Hairdryer H372″ (Lloytron)

but here are A range of quiet hairdryers

and thisthe original articlem about loud hair dryers

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jonathan spencer
jonathan spencer
Jonathan is in his 50s, and is as simple or complex as the next person. He has owned and managed healthcare business, worked in the theatre, healthcare, for charities, trade unions and in the commercial sector. His background in psychology and therapy compliments his expertise in business and technology. He is passionate about disability and support for people with disability, in part because of experience in his own family. He has always followed a spiritual path finding a home amongst the spiritual and social conscience of Quakers and latterly joining the Church of England.