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Nat'l Hanging Out Day! (April 19th)
Did you know?
Within the average household electric dryers account for 6-10% of energy consumption.
National Hanging Out Day was established in 1955 to bring attention to energy waste associated with machine dryers and to encourage people to dry their clothes in the open air.
Whether we like it or not, chores are an essential part of life and one of those essential, modern day chores is laundry.A simple way to green or laundry routine is to get back to basics and line dry our items.The sun acts as a natural antimicrobial agent so using a clothesline outside when the weather allows is good for your health.For indoor drying you can use a clothes rack.No matter the location of your drying clothes with each load of laundry you’ll be conserving energy and protecting the planet.
If you must use a dryer for your clothes, you can conserve energy by keeping your duct clean and well maintained.Using an efficient model of dryer can help conserve energy and water, saving you money.Plus, efficient models are gentler on your clothes making them last longer and saving you even more money and resources in the future.
With tomorrow being National Hanging Out Day I encourage all of you to hang dry your next load of laundry. Take some pics of your colorful clothesline and drop it in the comments below and share them on my social media accounts. For more green living tips follow me on Facebook & Instagram and be sure to subscribe to my Website for your FREE Green Living Planner.
Global warming is the increase in temperature of the earth's surface. Because of the greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and methane, the earth is unable to release the heat on the earth's atmosphere. The heat would accumulate on the earth's atmosphere and eventually have an effect on men and life on earth. The earth is already calling for our attention. If you haven't noticed the different environmental disasters and problems that we are having, then you are either blind or trying to be blind of the things happening around you. These disasters and problems that we are experiencing are all because of our own doing. We've been exploiting the earth for the longest time without thinking about the consequences of our actions. We are now seeing the ugly effects of our actions. There is still time to help change the condition of the earth. With enough awareness and actions, we'll be able to help preserve earth's beauty. Here are some tips y
1. Drive smart. Avoid abrupt acceleration and unnecessary braking. Drive at constant speed. These do not only save gas, but also save your life. 2. Keep your car maintained. On-schedule tune-up, air filter cleaning, change oil, and keeping tire inflated improve you fuel mileage and reduce carbon emission. 3. Avoid excessive idling. Zero miles per hour give you zero miles per gallon. 4. Walk, bike, or carpool whenever possible. These do not only save you gas but keep you in good shape. 5. Combine errands into one car trip. This saves time and gas. 6. Invest on a hybrid car. It consumes less fuel and release zero or less carbon 7. Invest on power saving devices for your home. 8. Switch to renewable energy. Encourage others to do the same. 9. Insulate your home properly. Leaks around the house increase your energy consumption, thus consuming more fossil fuel. 10. Wash clothes only on full load. 11. Use less hot water.
Time management should be one of the qualities that you should take very seriously if you are looking at your personal development. It is rightly said that a person who does not respect time does not respect his or her own self. How would one define time management actually? Is it about making a timetable and abiding by it? Or is it about allotting a specific time to do your daily tasks? Or is it about separating time for work, play, food and everything else that a human needs to do? If you put it simply, time management is all about scheduling your tasks in any way that ensures their accomplishment. It does not matter how much time you allot to your tasks; the main thing is that you should be able to accomplish everything that you take up. There should be no wastefulness of time. Even entertainment and recreation—two very important human necessities—should be accounted for. When a person masters the art of doing that, they can be called as good time manage