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Tim Tam Initiative™

For some reason when there's a mini version of something I find it hard to walk past it, whether it's a mini Nutella®, Bonsai, mini sauce bottle or a perfect individually wrapped Tim Tam™. Spoiler alert, we're not shouting you a Bonsai, but we are giving you a free Tim Tam™ with every order AKA the Tim Tam™ initiativeWhether you're all about the Tim Tam™ Slam (fun fact, the TT Slam was invented in 1983) or you take 5 minutes to have a TT holiday, all I ask is that you use your TT time to plan on enjoying something you usually don't take the time to enjoy. It doesn't need to be time consuming or complicated. It can be as simple as watching a sunrise, smelling a fresh lemon/flower/anything that is grown (you'll be surprised of its impact if done in the absence of other distractions, it can be like smelling life in its purest form), enjoying a glass of tap water (when time's are a bit tough I always think to myself "well there's clean water in the tap, so don't even think about complaining Tom"), enjoying lunch in a park rather than a inside walls (Covid restrictions highlight how something this simple is special and not always a given to enjoy)...Doesn't matter what it is, my point is time goes so quickly especially in our digital world and I believe sometimes the best way to slow it down is to enjoy an analog moment. Now you could be saying what is this nonsense, stop complicating my TT moment haha That's fine too, I just know situations can change in the blink of an eye, people aren't around forever nor are your senses as sharp, so I say make the most of them while you have them and that's only guaranteed in this moment, tomorrow is the unknown...