You may have noticed something interesting recently – someone may have just been NICE to you, or showed a semblance of kindness – for no particular reason. Rather than having the shock-face, you may just want to revel in it. Being “civil” to each other isn’t just uncommon – it’s becoming continually rare. How to … Continue reading How Do We Teach Civilians How to Be Civil Again?
Each week when we record a new program, that are ALWAYS extra YouTubery and Dummy Code segments left over. As our library has grown, the listing of links has become long and defined and well – it’s time to focus and share the links, details, stories and more that continue to overrun our listings! Take … Continue reading YouTubery/Dummy Code Extravaganza – Volume 1
How do you look at your stuff? There’s a lot of stuff that makes up your home. When you think about it, your home is a collection of a bunch of resources, materials, and systems. Or, in other words, a lot of stuff. How can you look at the stuff in your home in terms … Continue reading Stuff in Your Home: Making It More Earth Friendly
In the last decade plus, there has been a movement to change the way families are seen and experienced. It has nothing to do with being gay. Has nothing to do with where you’re going to live. It doesn’t even have anything to do with what you have planned for the life of a parent. … Continue reading A 4-Year-Old Cannot Assign Their Own Sex – Let’s Talk About It…
Every parent has said to their children—multiple times, “Turn off the water.” We teach our children the importance of not wasting water, but it’s important for us adults to remember as well. And it’s about so much more than just turning off the faucet. Water plays a bigger role in today’s modern world than it … Continue reading The Water We’re Using at Home
He is the first President to ever leave the country while in office. He was the first President to win the Nobel Peace Prize. He was the first President to ride in a submarine. The first President to own a car and he renamed the Executive Mansion “The White House.” He was the first … Continue reading Teddy Roosevelt (TR) – The 26th President of The United States
What IS a Social Justice Warrior? How can they be communicated with? What impact do they have on our current culture? More importantly – how do we END The Social Justice Warrior Generation? There’s only one way to find out! It’s time for another episode of WadeSense. Let’s get straight to it… The WadeSense Podcast … Continue reading How Do We End The SJW Generation?
All of us want to breathe well in our homes. Yet often, the indoor air quality or the indoor environment, may not be allowing us to breathe as well as we want. There are immediate actions all of us can take to breathe well in our homes. Years ago, I started switching to non-toxic, safer … Continue reading Breathe Well
Is a new home on the horizon for you? Or would you like to improve the efficiency of your existing home? This time, we’re gabbing with Christy Howell of Align, who provides suggestions to build a green home that meets you where you are and provides sustainability for the future. What Is Sustainability? At its … Continue reading How to Build a Green Home with Christy Howell of Align
There is so much to talk about on the topic of lighting. Lighting in your home is of particular importance because there are so many choices. Today, we’ll be providing a few tips of things to think about when lighting your home. #1 Tip for Lighting in Your Home: Choose LEDs When it comes to … Continue reading Lighting In Your Home…