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ExakTime Could Save Classic Holiday Songs

Amy Bourne |

With Christmas coming soon, you can’t go anywhere without hearing holiday music. Maybe it’s because we are in the business of keeping time, but we couldn’t help but notice that several holiday songs involve stress that could have been avoided if with an ExakTime system.

“Baby, It’s Cold Outside”

Both the woman and man singing in this song seemed to have been caught by surprise by the winter weather. The SiteHub feature on ExakTime’s mobile time clock could have avoided this fiasco with its real time weather updates from The National Weather Channel. Sure, that might have destroyed the guy’s excuse to keep the girl around longer—but it being cold wouldn’t have surprised them.

“Run Rudolph Run”

In this song, Santa Claus is obviously in a rush trying to make it to town to deliver gifts. If Santa had utilized better time management of his team of elves and reindeer, they wouldn’t need to rush so much, would they?

“Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town”

My, have the tables turned. In this song, it seems it’s the kids who didn’t prepare well enough by plotting out their efforts to be good over time. It may be too late to be good, for goodness sake!

“Jingle Bell Rock”

This one is actually the outlier. They may have been using ExakTime for time management because it seems like they are enjoying the holidays and having an excellent night. Time is not an issue for whoever wrote this song. “What a bright time, it’s the right time, to rock the night away. Jingle bell time is a swell time…to go ridin’ in a one-horse sleigh!”

As you see, ExakTime ensures that you’ll have an excellent holiday season.

Thanks for a tremendous 2015. We are incredibly excited for what’s to come in 2016. Happy holidays to all, and to all a good night!

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Amy Bourne is the marketing copywriter for ExakTime. She enjoys learning about the real challenges faced in the construction-related field, and providing content that helps business owners work smarter.

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