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I recently changed my Verizon Wireless phone, and figured I would share with you the exact steps necessary to do this (while my memory is still fresh). Considering Verizon Wireless has more than 63.7 million customers, I’m sure quite a few readers here either had this question, or will have a need for this within the next few months. Don’t worry, it really isn’t hard, although I wish their toll free line would do a better job of getting me a human instead of a machine for the first 10 minutes.
In a previous post, I explained how to manage your sleep. The seventh step I discussed was hypnotizing yourself into a deep relaxed state to be able to enjoy your sleep, and in this post I will discuss the method for doing so.
Once you get the steps memorized, you can do this nightly, weekly, or just when you are feeling particularly stressed.
1) Lie down on your back in a dark room.
2) Close your eyes and try to focus on the shapes of light that you will “see” when your eyes are closed.
Tired of paying for “silver polish” solutions which are harmful and expensive? Try this silver polishing solution next time from items you likely have at home:
1) Fill up a glass bowl or plastic bucket with boiling water.
2) dissolve 1-2 tablespoons of washing soda. Washing soda is similar to the baking soda you are likely familiar with, only much stronger. You can generally find it at your local supermarket.
3) dissolve 1 tablespoon of salt.
4) put aluminum foil at the bottom of the bowl or bucket.
5) dip silver into the water for just a few seconds and take it out.
If the phrase “time is money” is true, then it certainly behooves us to try to minimize the amount of time it takes to do any task. As someone who reads an awful lot each day, I have been particularly sensitive to the time it takes me to read something (in case you haven’t noticed, on the main page of this blog, I even let you know the estimated amount of time needed to read each post!). Over the years I have put together some ways to read faster – instantly.
This morning I awoke to a strange surprise – the winter’s first snow. It was then that I realized I haven’t written about safe snow driving on my blog…so here goes.
5. Check Exhaust
Before getting into your car, check the exhaust of your car to make sure it is free and clear of any obstruction, including snow or ice. Why? Because hundreds of people each year die from Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning. CO is odorless, tasteless, and has barely any recognizable symptoms. Snow or ice in your exhaust can trap the CO that would normally be exiting your car through the exhaust.