Thursday, August 22, 2013

Are You Using GungHo Yet?

Last week I began hearing a lot about this GungHo Ninja Like Focus drink. This drink comes in a little bag that has to be cut open. So, I cut open one little bag each day, in the morning, and drank it. I received 3 of these shots to try out. They have an alright taste and go down quickly. 

The ingredients are all right here and they will increase your memory and brain health. Our brains are indeed important and the last thing anyone wants is to have a 'forgetful' moment. This seems to happen a lot these days. This happens from brain overload with all the electronic equipment that keeps us all busy for sure.

Now, when it comes to all those 'other' energy drinks on the market today, GungHo will not give you jitters and make you feel worse than before. GungHo cares about their clients and wants to help boost productivity for all their clients whether at work, at school or playing. The GungHo company are not new to this type of product either. They have been in development with their scientists for over 30 years to bring health to their clients.

Everyday I drank this energy shot, I was able to remember everything I had to do that day and I was not stressed out at all. This should be a plus for everyone, wanting no stress, right? Anyway, right now you can try the GungHo Energy Drink for free while it lasts.

The best thing about this company is they are in America, in Utah no less.

Friday, August 16, 2013

My Backyard Garden Box

Last Christmas my parents gave me a garden box for my backyard. At that time, I only put together one box. Well, this week I put together the other box and placed it next to the other box. Yesterday my hubby and one of my twins went to one of our home garden stores and bought three bags of garden soil. Last night we put one in the box and today I put in another bag. 

After the bags were added, I watered the soil, let it sit for a while, then I sowed some seeds for lettuce, spinach and zucchini. I think the spinach and zucchini might not grow at this time, I never know...I do hope it begins to get cooler so the lettuce will grow. I have sowed three types of lettuce: salad mix, head and some other type. 

I certainly love sowing seeds, heirloom seeds, in my vegetable. True, it takes time to see the results, if any at all, from my sowing seeds, but it is exciting to see these tiny vegetable seeds grow and grow. So far since I began sowing seeds last winter, I have eaten lettuce and squash, hoping to eat my tomatoes. My tomatoes are turning red! Yeah. 

I tried to grow red cabbage last winter, but they did not grow. The plants grew and they were awesome, but no cabbage. I will try again this winter and keep trying until I see some results.

Well, here are some pictures of what I have right now in my vegetable garden.


Two of my beefsteak tomatoes. One more is growing, it is behind the red tomatoes.

This is my Cantelope growing. More flowers then fruit yet. I just planted three types of Carrots and Pumpkin seeds.

This is supposed to be an apple tree. I have never seen what apples trees look like growing, so I shall see. Emma planted these apple seeds. I think it is a Granny Smith.

These are supposed to be cherry seeds and or lettuce? The one on the left looks like lettuce and cherry (maybe?) on right. Abby planted the cherry seeds.

This is my new garden box. I sowed thee types of lettuce this morning, spinach and zucchini. I really hope, and pray, they begin growing. But, it is still hot as it is August...I shall see.

Finally, these are two colors of Morning Glory flowers. As they began growing, it began wrapping around the trellis. I did not like that so I attached some sticky hooks to the fence and put the flowers on the hooks. The hooks fall off sometimes, I just keep re attaching them. The flowers are a light purple and pink.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Providing Fresh Water to All

Water. Everyone needs water. We drink water and use it in almost every fascist of our daily lives. There is about 3.5% salt in the Earth's oceans and even more, 40% in the Persian Gulf and Red Sea. That is a lot of salt water and humans, along with animals, do not drink salt water. Humans and animals need fresh water to survive.

There are ways to remove salt from ocean water, now, but a log time ago, not so  much. There are over 10 types of salts in the ocean waters that no one wants to drink or cook with on  a day to day basis. This is why searching for and using fresh water is so important to our well being.

If you live in America, or even the UK, then you know how blessed you are to have fresh, running water, in your kitchen, bathroom and outdoors. If, on the other hand, you live in Africa, fresh water is not so easy to come by.  As of right now, there are well over 320 million Africans who have to travel 20 hours, or more, weekly, for fresh water I take for granted.

Fresh water, that is water sources not contaminated with who knows what that will cause disease and many illnesses, is something that everybody on earth needs and desires. Sadly, there are so many communities in Africa that live in poverty, they probably have never tasted fresh, running water and therefore they do not have a long life span.

Where there is poverty in African communities, more likely than not, there will be such diseases as HIV/AIDS and so much more. African people do not have to live this way though. They can have the knowledge of fresh, running, water like so many in the United States and UK use on a daily basis.

In fact, if you live fresh water and want to share your love of water with Africa, all you have to do is buy this book: Couch Rebels! like I did. There is no need for you to leave your home to show how much you care. All you have to do is buy this book when it comes in August 14th. This book tells stories from 79 storytellers, with 86 stories in total, and all proceeds will go towards providing fresh water to Africans in need of the fresh water we take for granted.
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