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If you believe you can make a difference in the environment by changing how you live, there are plenty of things you can do. Making changes in your home and lifestyle is the best way to really make an impact. Some of the adjustments are simple and will become habits before you know it. In other cases, you have to make bigger investments and over time, you will see results. Start your changes by deciding just how much you want to do and budget for the changes. If you are ready to go all out, consider building a whole new house. You can work with a company that builds green modular homes. These factory homes allow you to live wherever you want and lead a life that leaves a relatively small global footprint. Building a new house is a big investment and takes time and patience, but working with the right company will make the experience run smoother. The best part is, you will see major returns in a short period of time once you have settled into your environmentally friendly space.
Those who want to stay in their current space can make change to their houses that are dramatic and major investments or are smaller and easy to handle. Major investments include installing solar panels to improve the heating and lighting in your home and using alternate sources of heating. Heating sources utilize alternative sources of fuel are a great way to create a greener space that can also save you money in the long run. You have more control over heating your house because you are completely in control of the fuel. Instead of relying on an off-site energy company, go off the grid and create your own heat. In some areas, you can even sell the energy you are not using back to the energy company.
A lot of families opt to make smaller changes in their home that may not be as noticeable at first, but over time the make less of an impact on the environment and they do save money. If you are looking for small changes to make in your home that will conserve energy and be gentler to the environment, consider installing a tankless water heater. This is going to cut down on your water bills and it will save gallons of water every time you do dishes, wash clothes or take a shower.
Most families have begun recycling and a lot of communities require residents to do so. Check the regulations in your area and then see if there are other ways you can recycle and reuse items in addition to what is required. In many cases, you can find other uses for items around your house instead of throwing them away. This saves you money on things and allows you to lessen the amount of trash your home generates.
Finally, cut back on what you buy. The less you buy, the less you waste, so trim your grocery bills and limit the amount of items you bring into your home. When you can, look for items with a limited amount of packaging so you are tossing less cardboard and plastic into your recycling bin.
Stewart Wrighter has noticed an increase of factory homes because it is cost-effective. He has noticed that green modular homes are more and more popular because they are cost- efficient as well as environmentally-friendly.
Celebration Magazine’s Live, Laugh and Learn
Event on 2017-06-20 09:30:00
Join Celebration Magazine for our 3rd Annual Live, Laugh and Learn Event on June 20, 2017 at the Richardson Civic Center for a full day of Living, Laughing and Lunch with Friends! Tickets on Sale NOW, but space is limited! /per person includes: 4 Fantastic Speakers Continental Breakfast Lunch Catered by Quiznos Snacks, Drinks througout the day Prizes and Giveaways Tons of FUN! This years amazing lineup includes: Rose-Mary Rumbley Everyone's favorite speaker, Rose-Mary Rumbley back by popular demand! Rose-Mary Rumbley can tell a story. Whether the story is about herself, her beloved late husband, her dear mother or a local legend of Dallas, the city she so loves, Rose–Mary Rumbley will delight and entertain you…as always! Dr. Ed ForemanDr. Ed Foreman started out as a poor farm kid and became a self-made millionaire at age 26. He is the only person to be elected to the United States Congress from two different states (Texas and New Mexico) in over 150 years! He has enjoyed a close working relationship with six U. S. Presidents and has served in both the U. S. Navy and the U. S. Air Force. Mamie McCullough, Ph.DMamie McCullough Ph.D, is a motivational speaker and past President of the educational division for Zig Ziglar, who brings the "I Can. You Can Too!" message to the masses. She might be considered a modern day life coach, but that would simplify the McCullough legacy and the impact she has had on others. Christopher BianezFor the past 19 years, Christopher has been a police officer with the Plano Police Department. Christopher is assigned to the Crime Prevention Unit where his full-time assignment is safety education; helping organizations protect their people and property. Christopher has a passion for helping individuals not be victims of crime and delivers his message with humor and fun.
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411 West Arapaho Road
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WPHT Salutes the Troops
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TREVOSE, Pa. — Philadelphia talk radio station 1210 AM WPHT, known as ‘The Big Talker,’ organized an event on Feb. 20, 2012, to salute veterans, specifically those who have served since Sept. 11, 2001. Some 20 Pennsylvania National Guard members from four units were on hand to represent the 19,000 soldiers and airmen in the state Guard who have deployed more than 25,000 times since 9/11. Hundreds of local citizens, veterans, and representatives from military service organizations were on hand to join in the salute and live radio broadcast. (Pennsylvania National Guard photo by Sgt. Matt Jones/released)
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Daily Insight from the Story ofÂ The Little Prince
When we approach life from consciousness instead of from the way we’ve been programmed from childhood up, we become increasingly deepÂ feeling individuals.
How can weÂ not feel deeply, given that we are expressions of divine love?
The very nature of consciousness is anÂ awareness that enables us to do the loving thing.
The story of the Little Prince has introduced us to the concept of “matters of consequence.” Those things which are of consequence are matters that flow from the heart, and therefore involve love, which produces deep feeling and often strong emotion.
Because the little prince feels a powerful connection with the flower he loves on his planet, the idea that her safety wouldn’t be of the utmost consequence horrifies him. As a result he becomes angry, his face “white with rage.”
Flooded with emotion, which is flowing from deep connection, the little prince is powerfully moved and yet not at all reactive.
The feeling of the heart is poles apart from the reactive emotion of the reptilian part of the brain. Reactivity divides and separates people, whereas feeling flowing from the heart invites us to know each other in a more closely connected way.
The difference between the two is illustrated by the little prince’s encounter with a businessman on one of the planets he visited on his journey to Earth. This gentleman is totally out of touch with anything of consequence, such as a flower and its scent, the stars at night, or love for another human being.
All he’s concerned about is money.
The businessman thinks he’s concerned with a matter of consequence, of course, which inflates his ego because it makes him feel important.
The little prince doesn’t see the businessman as a human being. He sees him as a mushroom!
Mushrooms can appear overnight and have huge heads, a symbol of the ego. However, inÂ terms of the imagery of this story,Â they have littleÂ substance. The businessman is unaware that he has a heart, a caring center that can feel.
It’s a pretty good image of how business so often operates today, especially what led to the current economic crisis, with some getting rich during this crisis while others lose their job and home.
What’s truly important in life is to live from theÂ heart. Whatever comes from the heart is a matter of consequence.
When something comes from the head, the product of thought, we are wise to sit in stillness until our thoughts quiet down and we canÂ feel our heart instead of hearing our thoughts.
But I want to emphasize, as I have often in the past in these blogs, that the heart is very different from emotional reactivity. It’s the deep current ofÂ being.
The feeling we experience flows from our essence, which is very different from an emotional whim that’s triggered in the reptilian brain.
We are talking about feeling that’s an authentic expression of divine love, which takes many forms when it comes to emotional expression. But none of it is reactive, egoic, or alienating.
David Robert Ord is Editorial Director for Namaste Publishing, publishers of Eckhart Tolle and other transformational authors.Â He writes The Compassionate Eye daily on the Namaste Publishing website, together with his daily author blog Consciousness Rising:
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Peoples life is shrinking around office desks and monotony is seeping slowly in the lives. Holidays are must for any individual to remain sane in the fast lane life. But todays successful people also want to remain free of any bondage of relationships. That is why their life is lonely. But they even enjoy the status and freedom of being a singleton. And it applies to their way of holidaying too. Tourists for singles holidays are increasing day by day. And even UK single travellers are no anomaly.
The pattern of enjoying vacations is changing. Gone are the days when vacations used to be the medium to refresh and strengthen the relationships or friendship by spending time together. But now single traveller holidays are the new way to widen the social circle. Single traveller is the one who ventures out to explore the world on his or her own. They go on holidays for single and travel freely as a bird. People now pack backpacks and forget the world to discover a new world of single people on singles holidays. They share their unique experiences with each other.
Everybody has his or her own reason to travel. Some people go on tour for singles to meet new people and learn from their experiences. They want break from the boredom of some trying relationship or just want to see new and eager faces of other singletons that are on their own. The chance to meet interesting people increases on singles holidays abroad.
Holidays for solo are becoming preferred with both the single travellers and the companies. There are companies who specialise only in arranging tour for singles. Singletons want to explore the world uninterrupted and that is what companies try to provide for them on single holidays abroad. The exotic locations of East Asia, Caribbean islands are quite popular among UK single travellers. Some other popular holiday destinations are Greece, Las Vegas, Australia, Thailand and so on for singles holidays abroad.
Even the mention of going to altogether different country on single traveller holidays sends thrill and rush to the nerves. And todays people living in the fast lane always look for such adventure and excitement in their lives. The whole industry of holidays for solo is not only expanding it is changing or should we say developing every other year. It adapts itself according to the demands of the market. And the market is becoming young and more experimental. Single holiday abroad has not remained untouched. Single travellers ask for new and fresh to see and explore every time.
So holidays for single are an obligation for an individual to rejuvenate the senses and to get a brake the monotonous hum-drum of lives.
Smriti has been writing articles online for over 2 years now. She is an expert writer who writes about Singles Holidays, Singles Holiday & Single Holidays.
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