Archive for August 13, 2013
There comes a time when we bloggers hit a wall. This wall is a little thing called writers block, and the best way to beat it is to smash right through it. How though? How can writing beat it when it is keeping me from writing and blogging in the first place?
Have no fear. The trick is to get yourself going, which in and of itself can feel like an insurmountably difficult task, but it is not impossible. Difficult, but not impossible.
Here are three little tricks that I use to smash my head through writers block when I have to deal with it.
1. Tell me about your grade school lunches.
This might seem like a really dumb thing to write about, but it is easy. Remember how a lot of kids had those plastic lunch bags with cartoon characters while you might have had one of those big plastic boxes or maybe even a brown paper bag? Remember how everyone made fun of you for having tuna and not peanut butter and fluff? Remember what that felt like? Write about it!
Did you know that around 12 percent of pools in America are actually salt water pools? These types of pools are growing in popularity and will likely continue to do so.
On the other side, there are, of course, regular pools filled with chlorinated water.
Regardless of which type of pool you choose, chlorinated water or salt water, both can be used in inground fiberglass pools. The only difference is in the cost.
What is kind of funny is how infrequently Americans swim, even though swimming is the fourth most popular activity in the whole country. On average Americans swim in a pool around six times a year.
Pretty crazy! Especially considering how good for you swimming is. Just an hour of swimming vigorously can burn around 650 c
If you own a home, then you ill need the services of plumbing companies at some point in your life. Plumbing rates, plumbing repair costs, and affordable plumbing in general can cost a pretty penny. Here are a few things that you should know before you even start to look into the plumbing companies.
1. Hot water heat recycling is the process by which heat is recovered from used water. This usually takes place primarily from sinks, showers, dishwashers, and washing machines. Heat exchanger systems can recover as much as 60 percent of the heat that is normally wasted when these activities take place in the home.
2. Indoor plumbing was exceedingly rare until the industrial revolution and th