Happy Love Everyday

Selasa, 16 Februari 2010

Going Green = Money

Selling Bottle
To promote recycling, you will pay 5-10 cents for each bottle or can you buy, and can redeem your money if you turn it in to a recycling place.But, if you return extra bottles and cans you find in public places, you can actually make a pretty good profit.

Selling Old Phone and Your Other Electronics
All you do is enter your phones make and model on their website and they’ll make you an offer for it. If you’re happy with the price then the company will usually send you a pre-paid addressed envelope for you to post the phone back to them.

Selling Old Books
Don't leave unwanted or unread books on the shelf – pass them on to a new home and make some extra money at the same time.

Selling Old Golf Ball
WBUGB.COM provides an easy and simple solution for those individuals looking to sell golf balls.  We’ve found that other websites that buy golf balls simply don’t cater to the customer.

Senin, 15 Februari 2010

Learn More

Just bcoz u failed doesnt mean u're nothing... I realize that yesterday was frustating. Now is more frustating. What should I do...?? In order to be a better person I have to learn more...

A moment ago I read a good very short story.

One day a teenage boy is driving a car. Suddenly the car stopped and didnt want to move. Then the boy decided to repair it himself. After hours he found that he cannot find the problem. After that he get his car to the mechanic. The mechanic said," the cable is loose."

The message of the story is you cannot solve a problem if you're not at the same level as the problem. For example. You cannot ask a 2th grade junior high school student to solve college problems.. it's too hard.The difficulty of our problems depend on our capability/ability. So, if you want to get an easier life, upgrade yourself.

Minggu, 14 Februari 2010

Diy Hoodie I like

Kitty Sexy Black Hoodie... not quiet sure where will I wear this hoodie... Maybe at night. I think Emo Girl will like it. Found at Etsy.
Woooa ttthis hhhoodie iiiiss very scary... Cool and fascinating but I dont like the picture.Only for PunkEmo people ...More at DIY PUnk Clothes
A Hoodie Tunic Dress... It's unique, appropriate for sweet girly woman... but at the back it looks like tail..
source: ShopDiary

Bunny Ear Hoodie...I like it the most! Found it at kaboodle

Kamis, 11 Februari 2010

Many DIY Canvas Shoes - Lets Paint!

http://www.shoewawa.com/diy_sneakers_drawings.jpgPain your Canvas Shoes...It's Fun, it's Cheap, it's Unique
If you have a pair of boring whit or black canvas shoes, try to paint it..
You can see the examples of those creative canvas shoes below:

I like the England flag.... Found it at DIY trade Cina
Those won't make you bored...

 She made more than one pair of shoes. Just go to her blog to see more.

 A Neat one...even a little bit childish..

 Find it at geekologie.com. This blog not only showing shoes but many things that geek, unusual. It seems that the author has a lot of humor. Like it.

Made from acrylic paint. Made by Diah Diwasasri.

Like it the most. I grab the photo from ShowawaTrainer

Rabu, 10 Februari 2010

WoooAA.... I found A Swimsuit From T-Shirt

I am amazze... WOhoww... Cool.. Very Sexy...
Just a minute ago I found a pink swimsuit from t-shirt made by Gianny L. Found it at giannyl.com .
Very Sexy...
But I'm not sure I can wear that kind of Swimsuit...
Only for people with nice body..

Selasa, 09 Februari 2010

Earn Cash by Opening Garage Sale Online - Free

If you have things that are useless but “too good to be thrown away” you must create a garage sell. Earn money buy selling things you dont need. Acquire cash with you’re junk…
Get more money and cleaner house right now!

Free Garage Sale Online Help Tools

Create Compost

If you do care about environment, create compost is a good way to express that feeling. Create compost can help  you get more cash, more healthy food, and join save our planet activities. Start from your own home. It;s easy. This article show you how.

There are certain tried and true procedures for good compost making. It's more than just throwing anything into a pile and expecting to get good results! What you'll end up with a mucky mess or a dried out pile infested with ants or other pests. Here are some time proven tips:
1. It's OK to compost poisonous plants, such as rhubarb, yew, or poison oak, etc., because the heat during compost making will break down all the toxins. If you have some poisonous plants that need disposed of, don't burn them! The smoke will get in your lungs and can cause all sorts of problems. Just put them in our compost pile.
2. To have successful compost, you need a mix of green materials, such as grass clippings, kitchen refuse, cow and chicken manure, and sturdier brown materials, such as twigs, cardboard, paper, plant trimmings. The larger pieces keep the pile from matting down and turning to goo. After your compost is finished, if you still have some twigs or other bigger pieces, you can sift them out and put them in your next batch.
3. Don't add diseased plant material to your compost heap.
4. Don't compost dog feces or cat litter boxes, cooked food, fats, or disposable baby diapers. Cow and horse manure, poultry manure and the bedding in your barns is great for compost making.
5. It's necessary to keep the pile moist, but not overly wet or it won't get enough oxygen (aerobic) and than will be considered an anaerobic (without oxygen) pile. Anaerobic piles take much longer to decompose.
6. Whatever method of compost making you use, the pile must be turned or rotated frequently. This properly aerates the pile and speeds up the decomposition process.
7. Keep a compost crock or compost pail in your kitchen so you have an easy way to transport your kitchen refuse to the compost pile. Both come with filters to control odor.
8. If you don't generate enough materials, get leavings from canneries, or all that produce they toss out at Farmer's Markets, ask you neighbors for their lawn cuttings, get barn sweepings from farmers, or ask if you can go out in their pastures and collect "cow pies." You are only limited by your own imagination and resourcefulness.
Here are some different methods of compost making:
You can have a successful compost pile using just a pitchfork. All you need to do is keep the pile together and turn it frequently. Don't let the edges get too dry, or the top get too wet. You might have a problem with rats, ants, and other pests with an unprotected, uncontained pile.
The use of a compost bin protects your pile from pests and helps keep the moisture even. There are many available for purchase; however, these are simple to build with wooden stakes, wood pallets, chicken wire, wire mesh or a host of other materials.
The use of compost tumblers is the easiest. There are several varieties available from drum shapes you roll on the ground to elaborate crank operated systems. Some come with internal baffles to help the compost materials aerate better. You either roll the drum around the yard or turn a handle or crank to aerate your compost. No need to use a pitchfork.
Here's another suggestion - in the Autumn when there is a surplus of leaves, it is a better idea to put them in a black plastic sack and make leafmold. The process will take about a year or so and definitely be good for your garden.
The time it takes for your compost to finish varies depending on the materials you've included, the time of year, and the type of compost making method you have chosen. When it is finished, you will have something very good for your garden, and it was all from free materials that you saved from the landfill.

Click here to read her Blog: Guide to Compost Making

Article Source: ezine article
Picture source :  warkscol

Refashion - Unique Clothes for Unique Personality

 I always like refashion. Create new clothes from old clothes. Somehow it makes me happy because I feel renew. I can feel how I change from old person to new person. Fashion do influence how you feel about yourself. You must give it a try. Why not?
 U'll never find another person wear same clothes as yours. Your fashion shows by your personality.

Below, I show you a good article about refashioning your clothes. Also, I tell you good blog that give education about refashioning. http://www.outsapop.com is a good one.

   If you haven't ever considered refashioning you old clothes, then why not? Refashioning is big news at the moment. Oxfam have recently launched their own range of clothes created by Mrs Jones, stylist to the celebrities, from old clothes. Websites like Threadbanger where communities of refashioners swap ideas are very popular and websites like Etsy that allow crafters to sell their creations are very popular with individuals selling beautiful clothes and accessories made using vintage or second hand clothing or recycled materials.    
    There are a growing number of fashion labels selling designs using recycled clothes or materials including Junky Styling who have been making twisted and innovative garments from tailored pieces. Even Topshop is now getting in on the act with it's own line of refashioned clothes by label My Only One.
There is absolutely no way that anyone could say that wearing old clothes is not fashionable. Second hand and vintage clothes have been hugely popular for a while but refashioning offers the opportunity to create a piece of clothing that preserves the best features but also creates something fresh and fashionable. There are some really good reasons to refashion your clothes:
    The Environment - Textile waste and landfill is a huge problem in the UK, fast fashion and constantly changing trends have exasperated the problem by creating more demand for cheaply manufactured clothes that are worn only a few times before being thrown away. The manufacturing of these clothes also have a wide range of environmental impacts and ethical implications. By recycling and reusing clothes, we can reduce both waste and the impacts associated with the manufacture of new clothes. Many people find it difficult to get away from the need to constantly refresh their wardrobe and keeping up with the latest fashion is very important to them. Refashioning clothes offers a great solution by recycling clothes but giving people a chance to keep their wardrobe up to date.
    Financial Reasons - since the credit crunch and recession, many people do not have as much disposable income to spend on new clothes. Even those that do have the money are thinking more carefully about how they spend it. Refashioning a piece of clothing is a great way to get that bit more wear out of it and avoid buying something new purely because of boredom.
Originality - what better way to be sure that you will not see anyone else out in the same outfit? Often when you buy clothes from a high street store, you will see others wearing the same outfit. If you wear refashioned clothes, you will never get that problem. Each piece that you create will have been created especially for you and will be completely unique.
   There are probably many other great reasons to refashion your clothes but for most the environment, saving money and looking really stylish is enough. Oh and I forgot to mention, it is also really good fun. Why not get some friends around and have a refashioning party.
  This article was written by Ceri Heathcote for posh-swaps.com, a website for swapping, buying and selling second hand and vintage clothing.
Clothes swap parties and buying and selling second hand clothes is a great way to reduce the impact of fashion on the environment and to save money.

source : ezine articles

Recreate Yourself First - Change is Good

  I always think and feel that people do change everyday even its a bit. I want to change to be a better person. Somehow what I am right now its not enough. People do need recreate themselves for a better future, a better life. 
So that, I give you this article. I agree with the author. Hope you can get the lesson from this article.

Can People Really Change


Sad, but true.

Some people never even try.

But those of us who do – and I assume that you are in that group – often experience great frustration and disappointment as we encounter the same limitations over and over again.

Life can start to seem downright repetitive.


Why is it that in most cases your life keeps looking like some variation of whatever you’ve experienced before?

The answer is: because you are creating something from something. You’re attempting to create a new and different future based on the limitations of your past.

Imagine that you are a potter and you have a piece of clay. You can study your craft and make pots that are smoother, sturdier, or more beautiful than before. But when all is said and done, they’re still just clay pots.

Who says you have to be a potter? And who says you can only make things out of clay?


There is a fundamental kabbalistic principle of Creation known as ‘yesh m’ayin’ – something from nothing.

This principle explains that G-d is bringing the entire world, including you, into existence from absolute nothingness at every moment.

G-d didn’t create this world once and withdraw back into Heaven, where He supervises from a distance and intervenes when appropriate. Rather, He is actively and intentionally speaking the world into existence from nothing in the present moment, again and again and again. In fact, if G-d would stop creating this world – with all of its myriad details – at any moment, the world and everything in it would disappear as if it had never been.

Based on this, two things are clear:

1.The world has no existence outside of G-d. Everything we experience in life is part of G-d and His intention and purpose for Creation.
2.G-d desires the world – and you – with an intense and personal desire. Everything you do has great meaning and significance to Him. That’s why He keeps on creating you.

Remember those old commercials where a little kid said something like: “I must be good because G-d made me, and G-d doesn’t make junk”?

Actually, the truth is much more powerful than that. G-d doesn’t make anything or anyone without a profound purpose. He passionately desires you and just as passionately wants you to desire Him. And He is waiting - with bated breath - for you to embrace the Divine purpose for which you have been created. To make your life, your relationships and your circumstances a “dwelling place” for the Divine.


G-d creates from Nothing because Nothingness, ayin, actually means absolute, infinite possibility. No limitations. No restrictions. None at all.

When you don’t need to be any particular something, you’re free to be anything. Kabbalah calls this infinite potential nothingness – not because there’s nothing there, but because there are absolutely no limitations that define or restrict this infinite possibility in any way.


As a human beings created in the image of G-d, you are also empowered to create something from nothing. And you do, all the time.

Unfortunately, most of the time what we create from nothing are the stories about what we can’t do, aren’t capable of, will never have – together with all the reasons why.

These stories are continuously being recreated from nothing in each of our lives. But unlike G-d, who creates consciously, we create this reality unconsciously. It’s a sort of default programming. Yes, I understand that you have reasons for what you believe, but those reasons, while they may help to explain your past, do not have the power to limit your future. Unless you think they do, and act accordingly.

Most of us don’t wake up in the morning in awe of our own potential, in touch with our Divine purpose, filled with the joy of life, ready to create. More often we wake up all-too-conscious of our limitations, our disappointments, our frustrations, our unfulfilled needs, and the burdensome problems we need to solve. No wonder so many of us are worn out before we even get out of bed.


You might have read a cute little children’s book called “Harold and the Purple Crayon”. In this book, Harold, a baby, draws things with his purple crayon on his bedroom walls. He draws things like castles, mountains, roads and tigers. The interesting part is that then Harold climbs the mountains, runs down the roads, explores the castles and runs away from the tigers. Sometimes he gets so far into the picture that he can’t figure out how to get home again – but then, he just takes his purple crayon and draws the road back.

Harold is always creating something from nothing.


Your life, your present and future, is actually an ayin – nothing. Yes, as a soul in a specific physical body, there are some limits to what you can create.

But you have no idea what they are.

- - Do you want to experience unconditional love? How would you behave if you were committed to love others unconditionally, especially those people who long for your love? Your parents. Your children. Your spouse. Your friends. What if you noticed, accepted and appreciated the way they love you – even if it doesn’t yet look exactly the way you want it to look?

What might happen today if you behaved that way? What if you stayed committed to that experience over time – what might happen to your most intimate relationships, your family, your community, your world? Don’t shortchange yourself by skipping over this question. Really think about it.

- - Do you want to experience your power to live as a creator rather than a victim in your life? How would you behave if you refused to let your fears and past failures put any limits on what you do right now?

What would you do that you’ve been putting off? What else? What might you actually create or achieve over time if you do those things? And perhaps even more important, what would life be like for you right now if you choose to be a person who isn’t stopped by fear?

Do you want to be more intimately in touch with your Creator and your Divine purpose? How would you behave if you were a person committed to seeing G-d’s intimate, infinite and loving presence in all aspects of your life? What if every action you take was based on the assumption that nothing is wrong – because G-d is intentionally, creating your world right now on behalf of your ultimate purpose and fulfillment?

What might your life be like – today – if you behaved that way? How about your relationships? Your energy? Your happiness? Your peace of mind?


Like a farmer who tills his field, plants seeds, waters and tends them, sometimes it can take time to see the results of your efforts. But if you are willing to create something from nothing, you don’t have to twiddle your thumbs while you wait for things to grow. The very decision to be a creator in your own life brings with it some powerful, intrinsic rewards; rewards like joy, fulfillment - and miracles.

© Shifra Hendrie, Kabbalah of Transformation / www.kabbalahoftransformation.com.

*Since the Torah forbids the erasing of G-d’s name, it’s customary to avoid writing it out in full.

About the Author
Shifra Hendrie is a professional life coach who works with spiritually-minded people to create breakthrough results in their lives, businesses and relationships. She uses a unique combination of profound spiritual wisdom and cutting edge coaching techniques.

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