Posts Tagged ‘Conservation’

September 21st, 2014, by Laura

How to save money on Christmas Lights

xmas lights


Think of the electricity you will save!

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June 28th, 2014, by Laura

Now knowing that they make a cover for amplifiers that protect the amp from adverse weather was good information to know considering that my kid brother’s 21st birthday is coming up in late July. I think that this will be the perfect gift idea for him. It was really difficult finding the perfect Christmas gift for him last year, so this makes me feel better to know that I can get him a cool QSC k10 outdoor cover made of nylon fabric and mesh cover for temporary outdoor use for just under $50.

Giving someone a gift that you know that they will enjoy and use can make a big difference in a gift giving relationship. I know that I am sick and tired of getting baskets full of personal care products like bubble bath, oils, lotions, perfumes, spray  and other stuff like that. I swear if I get another gift like that I will have a very hard time keeping my mouth shut. I don’t even like re-gifting that kind of stuff. A gift card would be a much better option, don’t you agree?

Covers For Your Amps


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June 22nd, 2014, by Laura

The Animal Planet is doing a wonderful job in bringing attention to the brutality being done to dolphins in many countries with their new show Blood Dolphins. I found this clip on and wanted to share it here. I hope more people watch this show and that it enlightens a lot of good people to the atrocities being done to thousands of dolphins each year.

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April 9th, 2014, by Laura

Getting all the spam and junk mail in our computer’s in box’s while having to deal with all the junk mail that comes with our daily U.S. mail each day is outrageous and very irritating to me.

It is a good thing that the city that we live in provides recycling, because most of the mail that we receive goes straight into the paper and cardboard recycling bin.  The city pays for this recycling service the taxes that we pay into each year, which makes it a nice perk and makes the task of recycling a bit easier to swallow for most citizens.

junk mail needs recycling

Recycle Junk Mail

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September 7th, 2013, by Laura

Last night was a night that I had a rough time falling asleep. It seemed as if as soon as I’d fall asleep I would wake up with a start and start tossing and turning once again. Since I couldn’t sleep I turned the TV on and found that every channel was talking about the crisis over in Japan. What I found interesting was that it is always focused on the Reactors and the issues going on with that stressful issue. Don’t get me wrong this is a serious concern, but I haven’t heard anything about the poor people that were effected by the earthquake and the tsunami, except for maybe a blurb or two once in a while how aid is finally coming to Japan by ways of bottles of water and rice.

I just heard that the Black Eyed Peas were just over in Japan, filming a new video and had left just a few days before this crisis hit. I can imagine how people were over there right before all this happened and that they are all thanking their lucky stars that they got out just in the nick of time.

There is a lot more I could talk about what is going on over there, but since I didn’t get much sleep last night I’m pooped and heading for bed in hopes of getting a decent night’s sleep tonight. Good night and God Bless.

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