1

25 May 19
Ocuncu81 Alabama

En esta oportunidad te enseñare a como descargar e instalar halo 2 gratis para PC en Español Full + ONLINE por MEDIAFIRE, MEGA y UTORRENT (BIEN EXPLICADO) Para tu PC el link del juego te lo En sus comienzos, cuando fue lanzado al mercado, Halo 2 se trataba de un videojuego exclusivamente para Xbox; pero […]

25 May 19
Marty Made It

Okra Stew with Beef & Eggplant A hearty and tasty, relatively quick to prepare meal.  I used chuck roast or you could use beef tips too.  Cut the meat up into 2-3 inch chunks then brown in the palm oil.  Meanwhile puree all the vegetables to make the sauce.  Combine everything and simmer for 30 […]

25 May 19
SEX

Advice on struggle with sex life Ok so this might be a long post. My partner (F) and I (M) have been in a monogamous relationship for 10 years. I find her physically attractive. Very much so. The issue I have is there doesn't seem to be that much interest in me. Now I look […]

25 May 19
Educational technology

No single food will automatically target your turkey neck (fat loss only happens when you burn more calories than you ingest, leading your body to preferentially break down lipid stores for energy). But alongside a proper fitness regimen, what fat burning foods you eat will help you torch body fat. Whether it’s turning off fat […]

25 May 19
Broken & Brave

Do it anyway— Even when it’s not perfect. Excelling is excellent. Being raised by parents who instilled something excellent and what that might look like—a truly priceless gift. I wouldn’t change it for anything. Not anything! It is in fact, excellent. I’ve always had, as long as I can remember, a strong internal fortitude to […]

25 May 19
KharisWord

Humanity has been on the march from the beginning since the great fall of man in the garden of Eden.The question arises,”where are they parading to?””Why cant they stop such an involuntary action? The book of Genesis gives the answer that “man” was made to be in continous relationship with the Father, therefore we see […]

25 May 19
Golden News

B017 Braille Music and Unified English Braille (Final) [pdf] 3 by app4soft | 1 comments on Hacker News.

25 May 19
reflitertseph virginia

Konsultan Analisis Statistik Skripsi Thesis Disertasi //mitrariset Bus Simulator Indonesia (aka BUSSID) will let you experience what it likes being a bus driver in Indonesia in a fun and authentic way. BUSSID might not be the first one, but it’s probably one of the only bus simulator games with the most features and the most […]

25 May 19
Creature From The Book Lagoon

A Country House Murder Mystery with a Supernatural Twist. Ishmael Jones is someone who can’t afford to be noticed, someone who lives under the radar, who drives on the dark side of the road. He’s employed to search out secrets, investigate mysteries and shine a light in dark places. Sometimes he kills people. Invited by […]

25 May 19
Feeding the Fridge Raiders

Two tomato pasta, hastily made after I defrosted the sausage cassoulet and realised there wasn’t enough for the four of us 🤦‍♀️😆 Simple and delicious. Serves 1 INGREDIENTS  75g pasta, I used @morrisons casareccia 1 small red onion, diced 5 cherry tomatoes, halved 4 sun dried tomatoes, sliced Seasoning  3 basil leaves Parmesan METHOD 1) Gently […]

25 May 19
The Sun
WE all know that ditching plastic is something positive we can do for the environment – but you could also save £377 a year by doing so. From ditching takeaway coffee cups and plastic bottles in favour of reusable ones to swapping tampons for menstrual cups. Switching to a reusable coffee cup is an easy way to save £65 a year Of course you may need to spend a bit more on the initial outlay, such as a reusable coffee cup, but you’ll be reaping the rewards for years to come. Here’s what you need to know. 1. Save £16 a year switching to shampoo bars Shampoo bars will typically last two to three times longer than a traditional bottle of shampoo. You could save £16 a year using shampoo bars instead of bottled product So while they cost more, they will save you cash in the long run. Prices can range from well under £5 to over £10. One of the best-known brands, Lush, produce the bars for £7.50 to £13.50. So say you buy a £3 bottle of shampoo every month then that’ll rack up to £36 a year. But buy a £5 bar of shampoo every three months and that’ll set you back £20 a year – £16 less. Plus, the quality of shampoo bars has increased significantly and they lather up and clean your hair as good as any traditional shampoo. 2. Grab a reusable water bottle and save £260 a year If you buy a bottle of water for lunch everyday working day of the year then you’re racking up around £260 based on a typical £1 a bottle price. But if you make the simple swap of getting yourself a metal water container, you’ll be saying no to plastic waste as well as saving hundreds a year. And you needn’t spend a lot on the bottle either, Aldi, for example, has stainless steel water bottles for £3.99. A reusable water bottle could save you a massive £260 and they only cost £3 In the UK, our tap water is great for drinking and these days water fountains are everywhere, so it makes it easy to fill up on the go. 3. Do the same for a coffee cup and save £65 a year Single-use takeaway coffee cups are a horrendous waste but many coffee shops offer a discount if you bring your own reusable cup. Starbucks, for example, gives shoppers a 25p discount when they bring in their own cup. So if you buy a coffee every morning before work you’d save a whopping £65 a year (based on 260 working days a year) by simply bringing your own cup. And again, the cups don’t have to be expensive – Starbucks in fact sells reusable cups for £1. Other coffee shops also run their own schemes so check these out. Plus, if you have your own mug, you can pop your kettle on in the morning before you rush out the door – saving even more cash. 4. Say goodbye to clingfilm – save £12 each year Most of us hoard clingfilm in our kitchens using it to wrap up sandwiches to take to work. Swap clingfilm for beeswax wraps to save £12 a year But now, you can get rid of it once and for all as there are new reusable beeswax wraps and strips that will protect your food in the same way. There’s a larger upfront cost – each wrap costs £3 to £6 compared to roughly £1 for a small roll of clingfilm, but they can be used over and over again and come in a range of sizes. Plus, when you’ve exhausted their use, you can throw them into your compost bin. So say you buy a £1 box of clingfilm every month, that’s an annual saving of £12. 5. Give up the tampons – save £12 each year It’s estimated women use over 10,000 tampons in their lifetime – it’s not cheap to be a lady. But there are plenty of zero waste options for your period. A menstrual cup costs around £20, but that’s a payment you’ll only have to make once. Ditch tampons for a menstrual cup and save £12 a year There are also some reusable towels that come in amazing designs, as well as period underwear that does the same job – you just pop them in the wash afterwards. A box of 18 tampons costs £2 at Asda, so say you need six boxes a year, that’s an annual saving of £12. 6. Invest in food containers – save £12 each year This is another switch that costs more to begin with, but you’ll see big savings big time. You only really get one use out of a plastic freezer bag so next time you’re batch cooking or freezing dishes, purchase suitable glass containers or silicon freezer bags for your food storage. Swap plastic freezer bags for glass tubs to save £12 a year These dishes and bags can be used over and over without a reduction in quality. You can even get silicone cupcake holders, so you’ll never have to buy packets of bun cases again. A typical pack of 50 plastic freezer bags costs £1 at Asda, so if you use a pack a month you’d save about £12 a year by ditching them. [article-rail-topic title=”More money saving tips” term_id=”6867″ posts_number=”6″ /] If you’re looking for other ways to go green, Martin Lewis reveals how switching to green energy could save you £300 a year. Meanwhile, one first-time buyer reveals how she saved £1,000s for a deposit by going eco-friendly. And a businessman has saved £1,000 a month on bills with an eco home that costs just £15 a month to run. [bc_video video_id=”6038892284001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Martin Lewis reveals how switching to green energy could save you £300 a year “] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
25 May 19
Bible Study: Version 2.0

Read the Psalm below and then answer the questions. Write your answers in a notebook to keep track of your progress. Click the link for a dramatized audio reading if you love to hear God’s word. https://live.bible.is/bible/ENGKJV/PSA/2?audio_type=audio_drama PSALM 2 (KJV) 1 Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? 2 The […]

25 May 19
Techy newsarena

The duo added 352 runs for the opening wicket via WordPress http://bit.ly/2VZGrxL