10 energy saving tips

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10 energy saving tips Do you want to save energy at your house? Then you should start by the fridge –επισκευή service ψυγεία! Taking proper care of your fridge will help you save energy and money off your bills. The refrigerator is an electrical appliance, located in every household. The following tips will help us save energy and money. We make ecological and smart purchases This saves money: We choose an energy efficient model, comparing the energy efficiency category listed on the labels, of different models. We often check our…

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This Spring’s Manicures Are Decidedly Joyful

You just know dogs are having the time of their life right now—so much attention from the humans! They’re not sure what’s going on, but they are sure a midday belly rub and fetch are suddenly on the table. Another thing getting more attention these days: Your nails. You’ve been keeping them so clean. You’ve been moisturizing every night. You look at them constantly—while you type, cook, toggle the remote between channels during commercial breaks… This whole situation is giving your nails quite the air of glamour, if I may…

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Glossier’s Pooja Parikh Always Has At Least Six

You know the #ITGTopShelfie—our interview series that shares the beauty routines of Into The Gloss’ lovely, accomplished, and loyal community of readers. Now we’re taking you into the bathrooms, cabinets, and makeup bags of some of Glossier’s own. These folks work in beauty, and they bring to the table lots of capital-t Thoughts about it. Submit yours on Instagram—post your Top Shelfie (tag us @intothegloss!) and include the hashtag #ITGTopShelfie for a chance to be featured on ITG. “Hi! I’m Pooja (@poojagparikh). I’m on the Planning Team at Glossier, which…

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Sometimes You’re Just Not That Enlightened

We often like to think of ourselves as the person in the right during a disagreement, or argument. It’s become a weird phenomenon over the last ten years. More-so prevalent now than it ever has been. New technologies have blown through previous communication barriers where humans would often be limited to the people in their local area, but now we can have groups that have members in them from all over the world. Of course the phenomenon of feeling like being right has always been the case — but technology…

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Tips on How to Strengthen Your Relationship Daily

Every relationship begins with love and romance as its pillars. However, it takes more than love to keep it together. If you want to have a healthy relationship that lasts a lifetime, you have to be willing to work on it. A great relationship does not just blossom. How you navigate the good times and the tough times’ matters. Everyday life will always take precedence over your romance. Still, you need to find ways to strengthen your emotional connection to your partner. Image via Shutterstock by Gpointstudio Simple Ways to…

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Small Gestures Have A Big Effect On Relationships

Maintaining a relationship isn’t a skill that comes naturally to anyone. It has to be learned through experience. Some people are just more willing to learn than others. The good thing is that those of us who are willing to work hard at improving ourselves and our understanding of our partners will be able to have happy and lasting relationships. It’s not about being an attractive person or having a great personality. It’s about the way in which you connect with another person. Two people can have great chemistry, but…

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Why Relationship Building In Business Is The Key To Success

I’ve heard a lot of excuses over the last five years about why something has never panned out; how what a business owner has envisioned has never came to pass. It’s because their employees were too slow, or that they didn’t have enough money to do x, y, and z, or that they didn’t have white privilege. I mean you can spin it in any way that you like but what’s not going to get you anywhere is if you think everyone is your enemy and that the world is…

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Everything I Do, I Do It For My Son

I remember the moment my little boy was born. I was there in the operating theatre sitting there beside my wife; the brilliant white lights angrily beating down on her bloodied body. He had been a difficult birth and now after the trauma was over she was slipping in and out of consciousness whilst I was there to take care of the rest. The nurse that sat beside me took my son to a cold table to clean him and wrap him up all snug and warm. He whimpered as…

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Why “Being Brave” And Sharing Your Story Is About Recognizing Your Own Toxicity Too

I once admired that I was one of the first. Well, not the first, but I was there at the beginning when a slew of new vocal and enthusiastic young writers were ready to share their stories. In fact there was once upon a time where I dedicated a portion of my site to helping people share their trauma. The initial idea was for it to create public awareness, for the writer to (hopefully) feel some catharsis from their work, and perhaps a prevention mechanism for the reader so that…

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Dating in the U.S: Do’s and Don’ts

While it is true that one must not depend his happiness on other people, it is also a fact that having someone to share our life with makes us happier and more complete. In America, at least a third of the population is single and may be looking for partners, so if you happen to be in the U.S as an immigrant, there’s no reason for you to worry that you’ll end up getting old alone. However, there are do’s and don’ts that you must know, especially if you are…

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