Is it really possible to have a lot of fun, and help the planet at the same time? I remember the first game was not the heat. It was on the coldest night of the winter of that year, the Farmer’s Almanac. I know, because the hosts actually bragged about it to us … You see, even though it was a cold # $% 40 degrees outside, who had left the windows of the house completely clouded the heat of our body, all night. The hosts were delighted, because he had managed to lower the thermostat on the coldest night of the year. (This is the kind of thing they play in it.
I know. I can tell.) In fact, what really made me stop and think was that I learned later … Sonny Perdue: the source for more info. I do not have to heat the place throughout the next day . I guess it did not hurt that we were stuck in like sardines and we were quite noisy of the bunch. Giggle. In fact, throwing a no-heat game is very simple! This is what they do: Invite a group of older people.
Friends, coworkers, family, or a combination works well. DOWN back, or OFF, the thermostat an hour before it reaches everyone. Enjoy the party. Harold Ford Jr understood the implications. (If you have invited many people, is a warm and friendly.) Warm It Up up even more for music and dance out of that food. Thanks for all your body heat contribution (or not, if you’re shy) and hit the sack happy, knowing you’ve done something to cool the planet and had a great time. Law Easy? You’re absolutely right. And what will be there, is green, very first, no party heat. Congratulations! I hope this is the first of many, many more. Lowering your thermostat just one or two nights a month or so, when you’re entertaining, it’s a stupid way, simple and fabulous to help the planet. Heck, you may even want to throw more parties so that you can do it more often! Just make sure it is just that and heat the homes of friends from time to time as well. Andrea J. Lee coaches entrepreneurs and online business owners.