Protecting Ohio is all about making sure our great state preserves our resources and continues to do so for our children, and their children as well. Going forward with our plan to make Ohio the greatest state in America, we will be focusing heavily on our water supply.

With the recent tragic events in Flint, Michigan, it has been a really huge eye opener for us that we need to make sure that never happens in Ohio and we continue to protect our water reserves.

A lot of people reading this may be unsure as to how we can protect our natural water. It is not difficult, and we will be sharing different, cost-effective ways that will allow you to spend less on water and help keep it clean.

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Swap out old bathroom appliances

This is the most important one out of our suggestions. Old toilets, sink faucets and shower heads can be incredibly expensive if they are not replaced at least every 20 years. Just by updating these 3 things in your washroom you could easily save up to $50 a month. That’s $600 a year! Great stuff.

We are currently in office trying to get tax breaks for the people who have been trying to replace these things in their washrooms for a couple months now. We are making progress, but it might not be able to just be those 3 things. We may need to include replacing the whole bath tub as well. This means you will probably have to buy a corner shower stall to replace your bath tub. Not a bad idea - if you don’t have kids. If you do have kids, we are trying to figure something out for that one, too.

Keep toxic chemicals out of drains!

Yes, never pour toxic chemicals into the drain. It is incredibly important that you be very weary of what is going down your sinks and toilets.

A lot of sewers in Ohio have been known to leak and if they are leaking toxic chemicals, you may end up paying a huge price in not having clean water for you and your family.

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Camping no longer has to be a primitive experience. With recent growing popularity in luxury camping, small portable generators have also increased in popularity. They are able to run anything from electric stoves, to portable lights, or even fans to keep you cool, as well as many features found in an RV/Camper.

There are many factors to look into when choosing a generator for camping. It can get overwhelming and difficult trying to figure out which generator will be perfect to enhance your camping experience.

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When choosing a generator for camping, you want to make sure you get the quietest generator possible that still provides enough power to suite your needs. The sound of a loud generator can cause other campers to be upset. Not only other campers, but placing a loud generator near your RV/Camper or tent can cause sleepless nights for you as well.

Size

Not only do you want to make sure you choose the quietest generator available, you also want to ensure that it is compact enough to be easily carried to the campsite and does not take up too much room, as some camp sites do have limited amount of space. Heavy home generators are just not a viable option for camping.

Run Time

For camping, your generator should be able to run for 8 hours at the very least. A single tank of fuel should be able to last you throughout the night without having to wake up to refuel. Your generator should be able to provide you with a steady source of electricity all night long.

Choosing Your Generator

Deciding which generator is right for you is a personal decision. There are many things that factor in. You have to keep in mind the price, the reliability and durability, as well as the warranty that comes with your generator. A generator is an investment, if well taken care of, it can last you and your family for many camping trips to come.

While exercising can open you up to a whole new world of feeling good and motivated about who are becoming, it can also crack open a whole can of worms. It can be difficult to deal with people bringing you down when all you are trying to do is get yourself up and where you need to be. Both mentally and physically.

Today we will be going over what you should be avoiding as you go through the biggest challenge of your life: losing weight.

Avoid Toxic People at All Costs

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Whenever someone is spewing out basic exercise tips, they are going to be telling you to avoid toxic people. Well, what exactly is a toxic person and how do they influence you?

Simply put, a toxic person is someone who is always shooting you down and making you feel bad about yourself. The last thing you need when you are trying something new, like working out, is to have someone making you feel bad for trying. Toxic people can literally make you feel bad about anything. Especially when they are an important person in your life.

You know those family dinners that you would rather avoid because there’s that one or more people there that are always giving you a hard time? They always claim they’re joking but deep down you know they are not? Well, those are the toxic people they are avoiding. And, because they are family, you cannot simply oust them from your life. But, what you can do is avoid them. WE strongly suggest that you only attend events with these family members or anyone who is toxic towards you. Especially when undertaking a new challenge like losing weight.

These people are people who have essentially given up in their life and don’t see things getting better. They realize this, and want to bring down everyone around them. Do not be another one of these people. Avoid at all costs!