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Basically how powerline networking works is you extend your home network using your existing electrical wiring. Most kits have 2…
Basically how powerline networking works is you extend your home network using your existing electrical wiring. Most kits have 2 adapters, but you can use multiple in your home if you’d like. One adapter plugs into a outlet near your router where your internet comes in. Run a ethernet cord to the powerline adapter. Plug another powerline adapter where you’d like internet. For example a computer, TV, devices, etc.
If your home is all 3 prong outlets. Then these are the top 2 kits to pick from. They are faster than the 2 prong adapter. But some of them will take up the space on both plugs on your outlet. Look for those with a power outlet pass-through. So you can still use the plug for whatever you’d like. But don’t plug these adapters into a power strip. The performance will degrade if you do this.
This Secura Electric Water Kettle has a seamless stainless steel interior, stainless rim, lid & spout. In my search I…
This Secura Electric Water Kettle has a seamless stainless steel interior, stainless rim, lid & spout. In my search I found mostly steel with a little plastic or silicone either in the base, lid, reservoir level, spout, etc. Plastic leaches most when it’s under stress, for example boiling water & steam.
There may be other plastic free electric kettles, but this was the only one I found that I was ok buying. If you found another, let me know & I can update this post with a list of truly plastic free electric kettles. The other I would have liked, but I can’t get it easily in the USA is the Ottoni Fabbrica electric kettle.
Been using this daily for a few months now. It holds 1.7 Liter/ 1.8 Quart & bring water to a boil very quickly. Pours great & no rust issues at all. Never noticed any odd taste with the water. The electric cord is very generous at 2 feet 11 inches & you can wrap the excess you don’t need under the base.
As human beings, we all have a lymphatic system which is part of our miraculous and intelligent body. But how…
As human beings, we all have a lymphatic system which is part of our miraculous and intelligent body. But how many of us can say we have any idea what the lymphatic system does, why it is important or why we should care?
The lymphatic system is something like a employee; doing multiple jobs efficiently to help the system work smoothly.
The lymphatic nodes, trunks and vessels that form the human lymph system are present throughout the entire body from head to fingertips, torso to toes.
Current science estimates that each of our bodies contains approximately 34 trillion cells. As each of those cells performs its constant activity to keep the body healthy and alive, waste products are generated. One of the jobs of the lymphatic system is to carry excess liquids, cell waste, dead cells, and toxins away to be filtered by organs (spleen) or eliminated through waste (kidneys). We could sort of think of it as a sewer system for the body.
3 slices of organic sprouted, whole grain bread – toasted One ripe organic avocado, pitted and thinly sliced 3-4 ripe…
3 slices of organic sprouted, whole grain bread – toasted
One ripe organic avocado, pitted and thinly sliced
3-4 ripe organic tomatoes, thinly sliced
Freshly ground organic black pepper
Salt (black salt is excellent – found in the Indian or Middle Eastern market)
Ginger (Trinity Roots) Topping – Makes extra:
1-2 tablespoons organic coconut oil
1 large organic yellow onion, finely chopped or use food processor
1 head of organic garlic, peeled – mince or use food processor
1 large piece of organic ginger, coarsely chopped or use food processor
Freshly ground organic black pepper
Heat the coconut oil in a large saucepan, add the prepared onions, garlic and ginger. Grind a little black pepper onto the mixture. Sauté until the onions are translucent and soft, about 5-10 minutes.
I noticed when I got a new computer at work with a LED screen. My eyes would be strained after…
I noticed when I got a new computer at work with a LED screen. My eyes would be strained after a couple hours of working. I did my best to take mini breaks often. But still the eye strain remained. Found some articles that talked about blue light from the screen being the main culprit. I looked into screen films that block out a majority of the blue light. But I didn’t want to spend money on that at the moment. So I looked at programs that would actually greatly reduce blue light on computers & mobile devices. It does make a difference. Prior to using these programs, my eyes would be bloodshot at the end of the work day. Since I started using the programs, no bloodshot eyes at all. Sometimes my eyes feel a little tired, depending on the day. But a huge improvement! I can’t go back.
Dr. Celia Sanchez-Ramos of Complutense University in Madrid has reported that prolonged, continuous exposure to LED screens could irreversibly damage the retina of your eye, which might lead to macular degeneration and blindness over time. The culprit is intense levels of “blue light.”
According to Dr Sanchez-Ramos, LED screens produced from 2007 onwards emit up to five times more blue light than older versions did.