Keep Cool Without Air Conditioning

17 Jun 19
Up The Withers

I’ve had a lovely few days. The week started roughly, with endless rains and an agitation which affected my Monday visit to Skye (she’s too sensitive to not respond to your mood). But by Thursday, the rains has eased a touch and I had the most wonderful play session with her, followed by a lovely […]

17 Jun 19

SOURCE: LASTRETO, NIKKI, and SWAMI CHAITANYA. “Why Choose Sungrown Cannabis, and What Makes Outdoor Cultivation Superior?” MERRY JANE, June 2019, merryjane.com/culture/why-choose-sungrown-cannabis-and-what-makes-outdoor-cultivation-superior. Recently, a friend posed a couple of questions which a lot of people are asking, “Why choose sungrown cannabis? Why choose organic?”  The most concise answer: “Because it’s simply better. It’s cheaper to buy right […]

17 Jun 19
Emily Berg

A collection of creative nonfiction essays written for my Violence and Grace in the Novel class

17 Jun 19
Welcome

To continue on from last week’s post, I’m still going to keep this one fairly broad so everything will be gender neutral and can be changed almost immediately all while costing little to no money. I say these are things you’re probably doing wrong because I didn’t learn about most of them until I started […]

17 Jun 19
Steph Travels (a lot)

Today was my favorite day in Venice! I really got to learn about the rise and fall of an empire that lasted 1000 years. We did this on foot, by boat, and with some excellent tour guides Let’s begin… our last full day in Venice! By Foot Starting early, we meandered through empty alleys in […]

17 Jun 19
Small World Lifestyle

Some days at the theme park can be brutally humid.  Here are some tips for how to stay comfortable in the heat and humidity. Wear Moisture Wicking Clothes Nowadays, athleisure is in, and you can easily find stylish moisture wicking clothes that still show my Disney love.  I’ve purchased moisture wicking Star Wars shirts from […]

17 Jun 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

The new Ford Police Interceptor Utility is the fastest police pursuit vehicle in the U.S.A.. The Explorer based-SUV is available with at 400 hp twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 that delivers top performance, according to the Michigan State Police benchmark tests. It’s quicker and faster around a track than the competitor’s sedans, not to mention the discontinued […]

17 Jun 19
Subcooled

Would you like to live and work in comfort? Contact Subcooled Air Conditioning and the Hvac Contractors Aylesbury will provide you with the best solutions. You can always rely on this team because all the Hvac Contractors Aylesburyare licensed to provide you with services you will feel proud of. They have the tools, the equipment, […]

17 Jun 19
all type ac service

An air conditioning maintenance company helps you keep your AC running when you know that it is simply not working in the way that it should.  There are several instances in which your AC could fail, or you might use the AC a lot during the year. Because of that, you need to be sure […]

17 Jun 19
We are Professional

Get a good deal on AC Repairs If you’re hoping to get a good deal on your cooling administrations, look at our occasional offer! We comprehend that breakdowns occur and can be an expensive fix—which is the reason we like to make your fix as achievable as could be allowed. Snap here to see our […]

17 Jun 19
Get Advance Info

Lives have become slightly different or should we say a bit complicated as compared to the lifestyle we had earlier. This certainly has built some amount of stress in each of our lives. Driving on the roads is one such stress that a person faces each day inevitably. Although the roads are broader, the traffic […]

17 Jun 19
keithakenel

   Air conditioning began cooling the homes of well-to-do Americans in the early 1930’s when Shultz’s and Sherman’s window units began filling glass spaces around the USA. Early AC units were inefficient, noisy and of very limited capacity. They were also mana from heaven. Window units grew in number to seeming ubiquity until their peak […]

17 Jun 19
Paul Beckwith, Climate System Scientist

Limit of Human Survivability at High Temperature, Humidity Conditions Leading to Uninhabitability // Jun 16, 2019 A combination of extreme temperatures and high humidity, called heat index, humidex, etc. can be calculated many ways; the net result: when you reach wetbulb temperature (defined as temperature at which air “parcel”reaches 100% humidity) of 35 C (95F) […]

17 Jun 19
"Winning" the Tragic Lottery

My daughter lost everything by beating the odds in what I think of as a Tragic Lottery of Rare Events!  Not just the loss of usual things that devastate people’s lives…job, car, marriage, apartment – SO MUCH more than anyone can lose and go on living, yet she survives with extremely rare conditions that put […]

16 Jun 19
Hannah the fashion Guru

Journey to the Motherland: A diasporic account of my return back to Nigeria   Preface   I left my birthplace of Nigeria in 1998 when I was just 2 years old, with my mother, to follow my father to Britain. Since then I had not returned, and I retained no memory of my homeland due […]

16 Jun 19
Korea...20 Years Ago

I didn’t know anything. I knew nothing about Korea. Perhaps this was best. Here I was on a plane from Canada to Seoul. It was my first time on a plane. And I didn’t know anyone in Korea or on the plane. I was completely alone and didn’t mind. I was used to doing things […]