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Throw a no-heat party for the globe - instruction


Is it certainly feasible to have loads of fun, and help the globe at the same time?

I bear in mind the first No-heat party I went to. It was on the coldest night of iciness that year, according to the Farmer's Almanac. I know, as the hosts in point of fact bragged about it to us. . .

You see, even even if It was a @#$% cold minus 40 degrees outside, that party had the windows of the house entirely fogged up from our body heat, all night long.

The hosts were thrilled, for the reason that they'd managed to turn DOWN the thermostat for the very coldest night of the total year. (This was the kind of thing they got their jollies on. I know. I can relate. )

In fact, what actually made me stop and think was that I found out later. . . they didn't have to heat that place for the Intact next day. I guess it didn't hurt that they'd jammed us in like sardines and we were quite the rowdy bunch. Giggle.

Actually, throwing a No-heat party is cute simple! Here's what you do:

Invite a bunch of ancestors over. Friends, coworkers, family, or a amalgamation works too.

Turn DOWN, or OFF, your thermostat an hour ahead of each arrives.

Enjoy the party. (If you've invited a sufficient amount people, it will be a nice warm one. )

Warm it up even more by rotary up the music and dancing off that food.

Thank all and sundry for their body heat input (or don't, if you're shy) and hit the sack happy, aware you've done a cool thing for the world AND had a great time.

Easy right?

You're agreed right.

And what you'll have had there, is your very first green, no-heat party. Congratulations! I hope it's the first of many, many more.

Turning down your thermostat just the one or two nights a month or so, when you're entertaining, is a mindless, clean and Extraordinary way to help the planet. Heck, you may even want to throw more parties so you can do it more often! Just be sure you're fair about it and go warm up your friends' houses once in a while too.

Andrea J. Lee coaches entrepreneurs and online affair owners. As Thomas J. Leonard's All-purpose Manager, she helped build and deal with the leading exchange ideas and coach of delicate and affair coaches in the world. Now the CEO of Andrea J. Lee Group of Companies, she writes, speaks and consults on Marketing, Internet, Commerce systems and the environment. For more beneficial tips on how to help the planet, visit http://www. joytotheplanet. com


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