There is something, be it huge or tiny, that each one of us can do every day to defend and protect our environment. What is it you do?
EARTH DAY is that one day a year when we should have Zero Tolerance to the ignorance and neglect of our planet. Be positive, be proactive, think about how good you will feel when you exercise your right to be good to the planet.
DO SOMETHING, ANYTHING that will help the environment.
- How about remembering to power down the power strips?
- Maybe picking up the trash rather than walking over it?
- Not driving or watching TV for a day? Oh my; what could happen?
- Decide not to apply toxic chemicals to your lawn, laundry or lettuce.
These may sound silly and yes they were intended to; Bring humor, gratitude and excitement into whatever extra effort you choose to put into Earth Day (how about every day)?
Signed, the eternal optimist
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Longest blooming PHALAENOPSIS I’ve experienced
Posted by CSea on April 1, 2013
Right on the verge of a surge in growth
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Posted by CSea on November 20, 2012
Although I’ve been using another Adobe program to ‘electronically sign’ documents without any fee; not everyone has that version of Acrobat.
Today I learned of a new (also free) way to do it using ECHOsign
Some are still having to print the document, sign it, scan it and fax or eMail. SAVE TIME and money and energy and CO2 consumption.
If you find it simple and useful, pay it forward and help other small business owners and Individuals leverage free tools online (with value)… C
convenience of electronic signatures which are legal
Posted by CSea on October 23, 2012
School Lighting Upgrades Save Money while removing toxins « earth energy Solutions GROUP.
Congratulations to the Students, Faculty, Administrators and guests being able to breath cleaner air and exposed to reduced
toxins. LED obviates the toxins, including mercury and PCB’s but every step in energy reduction is positive for the environment and the economy.
ALL schools can save money if the Facilitator / Energy Specifier is thorough, honest and provides accurate data, historical and 10 year projections.
Posted by CSea on October 22, 2012
YOU Create it. Think outside the box, step outside the box and make it happen.
EXPECT CHANGE and allow yourself to adopt and embrace:
Change, yes, change is inevitable and how we prepare for | respond to it determines the results. Choosing, first and foremost, to make those results favorable and positive to you and those touched by the action / reaction.
There are many words / actions / perceptions from the words you can fill in for each letter in the word CHANGE but know that confidence will harness achievable notions until generating experts. We are all experts; at what does not matter.
What does matter is that we release the expertise we have harnessed over the years. The years change, attitudes, hope or hopelessness prevail. You must choose which will serve you and those you love best.
I dare scream … choose to be confident, fulfilled by the challenge and grateful for the outcome… CSea
We have always know there are two sides to everything. I’ll never forget hearing it from George Burns on stage in Las Vegas, there is a top to every bottom, a left side to every right side, an end to every beginning, etc. etc. There was attitude in what and how he said it but everyone got the gist of his message.
Being proactive, aware of potential circumstances will effectively arm us with the knowledge to obviate / defeat the downside.
Posted by CSea on October 20, 2012
Laurie is worth watching reading and anticipating beauty.
Posted by CSea on October 9, 2012
education (Photo credit: Sean MacEntee)
Energy Kids. There are so many healthy, fun and beneficial Green Projects related to educating our Children.
Do you have more you would like published?
Are you available and qualified to create a Presentation demonstrating a new way for our Students to THINK about sustainability?
Posted by CSea on October 6, 2012
eLearning | specialize in your preferred energy related sector.
We respectfully invite Veterans, Active Military and / or their Families (as young as 8 years of age) to benefit from FREE Energy Industry related eCourses.
Honoring our Veterans and creating their accountability / oversight / support of our Home School Program.
REGISTER NOW, classes begin November, 2012
Posted by CSea on October 4, 2012
Great news heard this morning on CBS.
Noting that Johnson & Johnson recognizes the toxic chemicals in their products and have stated they will remove them from all their products by 2015.
So relieved to see they have admitted it and will have toxic chemicals removed from Baby products by 2013 and the rest of their products by 2015.
We have tolerated (most likely without full knowledge or disclosure) these chemicals because of synthetics having a lower price tag.
In order for us to use non-toxic shampoo, soap, moisturizers etc, we have to up the ante and pay more for safety.
What is right with this picture? What is wrong with this picture.
We call ourselves ‘mitigatetoxins’ on Twitter for a reason.
Joy to J&J now hoping the rest of the industry follows suit.
Posted by CSea on August 16, 2012
As we welcome Summer 2012 here in the US, we need to do it with earnest respect and awareness of the consequences of the event. Cause and Effect.
Three prominent and often ignored effects of Summer are dry conditions, health concerns and energy consumption issues; larger than we allow ourselves to realize. However, you can and should do something about it. Forewarned is forearmed; be ecoWise to the conditions and avoid unnecessary expenses.
You may feel it most without hydrating yourself or properly insulating your domicile or offices. The fearful fire danger, carelessness of humans and lighting are even more reasons we must conserve our natural resources, water is critical to fighting these fires.
If you wish some ‘common sense’ shortcuts to mitigate or avoid the potential consequences, allowing you to fully enjoy the plentiful benefits of Summer, request them below.
Posted by CSea on June 20, 2012
are you FOR or AGAINST smart meters? Tell us why.
Electra Po posted in Wireless Right To KNOW.
CPUC granted an opt-out today but Californians still need to pay for it:
From the EMF Safety Network:
“Today the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) voted 4-0 to allow PG&E to charge customers $75 initial fee and $10 a month for restoring or retaining their analog meter- or $10 initial fee and $5 a month for CARE customers. Commissioner Florio was notably absent for the vote.
Everyone has paid for Smart Meters through rate hikes on our utility bills. So, if you still have the analog, not only do you not get a refund for the Smart Meter you will not use, but you have to pay to keep the analog meter you already have. Michael Peevey, who wrote the proposal justified the fees, calling it a “service”.”
Posted by CSea on February 3, 2012