With every meal comes a stack of dirty dishes. There is no need to run the hot water full blast, holding each plate to rinse it under the hot water blast for a minute before placing each plate into the dishwasher. Take a bit of care when washing dishes and cut down on your water use.
Good citizens are actively involved in their community and in the betterment of their fellow citizens. They take pride in where they live and strive to make it a better place. We all want to be known as a good citizen, and with a little thought and effort, anyone can be one
Part 1 of 3: Helping Your Community
We all have so many items around the house that we can not do much with them, but we never want to get rid of them and let them go! We think by holding on them we are saving money, but it’s not really saving money, if they just sit around the house without any use!
Finding creative ways to reuse these items is the best way to satisfy your creativity and you will have many new items around the house. Here are 10 creative DIY projects you can use around the house:
1- Mosaic Christmas Ornaments Using Old CDs- You can simply create these beautiful Christmas ornaments by cutting old and useless CDs/DVDs into small pieces and gluing them to your blunt ornaments. This way, they’ll shine beautifully on your Christmas tree.
Fact #1 – Ancient Dream Dictionaries Our ancestors paid a great deal of attention to their dreams. A dream dictionary called The Beatty Papyrus was discovered in Thebes. This dream dictionary was written approximately around 1350 BC and it contained common dreams and their possible meanings.
The word, Earth has Old Saxon and Germanic origins. It features an Indo-European base, “er” which in turn resulted in the natural formation of the words ertho and erde in Germanic, aarde in Dutch, and earth in English.
You’re having one of those days at work. Maybe you went out late with your friends and had one too many drinks the night before. Or maybe something was on your mind and you couldn’t fall asleep. Whatever the case is you’re having trouble staying awake at work and you’re nodding off in meetings. The hours are ticking by slowly and you just can’t wait to get home and jump into the warm comfort of your bed. If ONLY you had a way to stay focused just a little bit longer…
Ever wish you just had that extra dollar? Or can go on that dream vacation? Maybe retire just 10 years earlier so you can actually ENJOY your retirement? Here’s the thing about saving money! If you do it correctly you can enjoy ALL of the above and SO MUCH MORE. We spoke with some financial experts to give you some great advice on how to obtain your financial freedom.
What better way to celebrate the great warm weather brought by summer than visiting one of the wettest, wildest, and biggest waterparks in the world? A waterpark is the best place to find amusement and cool relief from the hot weather. Thousands of waterparks exist across the world, but which ones are the best? Each waterpark has its own unique and creative rides and people. You can be sure that each of the 10 waterparks on this list has their own special qualities that include exciting rides and fun water games. Check out our list of the 10 wettest, wildest, and biggest waterparks in the world:
It's that time of year again: You have to remain photo-ready from the first holiday party to the ringing of the New Year. Whitening your smile is imperative, but finding the time for a dentist visit isn't always in the cards. And sometimes, you don't want to apply a cocktail of chemicals to your teeth to make your pearly whites a little brighter. Luckily, you don't have to—just try these simple DIY alternatives.
Holidays are coming and cities around the world get the most beautiful Christmas Trees. The squares, Town Halls and shopping centers become shimmering places, filled with the Christmas spirit. Check out these amazing trees around the world!
1. Rome, Italy
The evergreen fir tree has traditionally been used to celebrate winter festivals (pagan and Christian) for thousands of years. Pagans used branches of it to decorate their homes during the winter solstice, as it made them think of the spring to come. The Romans used Fir Trees to decorate their temples at the festival of Saturnalia. Christians use it as a sign of everlasting life with God.
Bells, especially Church Bells, have traditionally been associated with Christmas for a long time. In the Anglican and Catholic churches, the church day starts at sunset, so any service after that is the first service of the day. So a service on Christmas Eve after sunset is traditionally the first service of Christmas day! In churches that have a Bell or Bells, They are often rung to signal the start of this service.