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MONEY – Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom by Tony Robbins

MONEY – Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom by Tony Robbins

Paras note: First of all I recommend the book or ebook instead of the audiobook because of the diagrams and figures. Second, the book may sound like it’s focused more on Americans with the 401K but it still has some good views on things. Third, if it gets too much either start or skip straight to the interviews in Chapter 6. I think thats the best way to change your mindset first. – Breaks down a number of fees when…

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The Life Cycle Of A Plastic Water Bottle … thanx Su

The Life Cycle Of A Plastic Water Bottle … thanx Su

The Life Cycle Of A Plastic Water Bottle – A Stop Motion Film This was a project for our Global Studies class at school. We have been focusing a lot on global citizenship, and the health of our planet, economy, and society. Through a media of our choice we had to bring awareness to/inspire change in our community. Our group (myself and two other students from the class) decided to make a stop motion video about bottled water. We chose…

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Tapped – Bottled Water Documentary

Tapped – Bottled Water Documentary

Tapped The high cost — to both the environment and our health — of bottled water is the subject of this documentary that enlists activists, environmentalists, community leaders and others to expose the dark side of the bottled water industry. Americans may rethink their obsession with bottled H20 when they learn of the unregulated industry’s willingness to ignore environmental and health concerns, and the problems that arise as a result.

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Tap or Bottle water from Kalpa

Tap or Bottle water from Kalpa

Tap vs. Bottled–What Should You Drink? Glug, glug, glug–that’s the sound a ginormous number of us make as we sip bottled water in our cars, at the gym, behind our desks. The sound you DON’T hear is the thwack of 60 million bottles a day being tossed into U.S. landfills, where they can take up to 1,000 years to biodegrade. If that’s not enough to turn your conscience a brighter shade of green, add this: Producing those bottles burns through…

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