Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Join Us at The Ultimate Blog Party 2008 - March 7-14th


During the week of March 7-14th, the blog world will be party hopping - meeting new friends and partying blogger-style at the Ultimate Blog Party 2008, at 5 Minutes for Mom.

Last year’s Ultimate Blog Party was a blast with almost 1000 participating bloggers. I was there will you? It is a terrific opportunity to introduce your blog to a new people and to find new blogs that you will want to read regularly.

As well, The Ultimate Blog Party features tons of prizes. The prize list is constantly growing - so check it out!

Self Storage Tips at 123Movers.com

Before you pack your items or purchase your self storage unit, stop by 123movers.com for some terrific tips.

Here's a great tip: You'll want to leave your fridge door ajar, to avoid mold.

Consider printing out a copy for you and anyone who's considering storing items.

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Modern Marvels on The History Channel: Renewable Energy

As more and more people become concerned about the world's dependency
on a limited supply of petroleum, determining viable new sources of
energy has become increasingly important. This episode in the Modern
Marvels series introduces viewers to the rapidly evolving technologies
that harness renewable energy. This one hour episode examines the ways
air, water, earth, and fire can be transformed into clean, plausible
sources of heat, electricity, and even automobile fuel. Using
commentary from scientists and research experts, this program takes an
in-depth look at the most proven and reliable sources of energy they
have found: solar, wind, geothermal, biofuels, and tidal power. From
the experimental to the tried-and-true, this program introduces
students to the concept of renewable energy and the process of
determining which forms might be most useful, and explores how and why
energy sources have transformed over time. This is an excellent
documentary for students to explore the ways scientific research can
help shape the future, and the methods scientists use to discover
solutions to our contemporary needs.

Curriculum Links:
Modern Marvels: Renewable Energy would be an excellent contribution to
History, Science and Technology, Social Studies, and Current Events
courses. This program fulfills the following guidelines outlined by
the National Center for History Education: 1) Human Interaction with
the Environment and 2) Comparative History of Major Developments. It
is appropriate for middle school and high school students.

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Monday, March 03, 2008

Menu Plan Monday - March 3, 2008


Charles and I just finished training a new management couple. And while still meeting and exceeding our monthly goal. Whew!

We also just finished watching the Hill Street Blues DVD second season. Loved it! Netflix had it available for immediate release. We'll be starting on the Foley's War series now.

We having our first dinner party this Sunday. Our assistant manager was promoted to a property manager so we thought we would celebrate.

Now onto this week's menu. Thanks to Organizing Junkie for Menu Plan Mondays.

Hamburgers on Whole Wheat Buns, Pasta and White Cheese, Sliced Tomatoes

Pork Chops, Salad

Pizza on Whole Wheat Crust

Fish Fry, Salad

Baked Chicken, Green Beans and Roasted Potatoes

Subway Sandwiches

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