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Aloha, I am a freshmen in college going for my bachelor's degree in Environmental Science. I want to change the future:]

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Aloha Hale

Bringing a little aloha to your gingerbread house:]

Posted in Gingerbread house

Aloha Hale

Aloha, This is my gingerbread house I am very proud of :]

Posted in Christmas

Pillsbury’s® Chocolate Gingerbread Sandwich Cookies

What you need: 3 tablespoons sugar 1 roll (16.5 oz) Pillsbury® Refrigerated Gingerbread Cookies 1/4 cup baking cocoa 2 cups powdered sugar 1/4 cup butter, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 to 4 teaspoons milk small bowl large bowl electric mixer baking sheets cooling racks tablespoon Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place the 3 tablespoons of sugar in the small bowl and set aside. In your large bowl, break up the gingerbread cookie dough. Use your hands to knead in the cocoa until blended. Next, shape the dough into 1-inch balls and place them about 2 inches apart on baking sheets. Wet the bottom of your glass cup slightly and dip into the 3 tablespoons of sugar. Using the bottom of

Posted in Cookie

Reindeer Cupcake

Adorable and fairly simple things to make your christmas treats a bit more festive.

Posted in Christmas

Santa Hat White Chocolate Cheesecake Bites

Adorable and fairly simple things to make your christmas treats a bit more festive.

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Christmas Tree Cupcakes

Adorable and fairly simple things to make your christmas treats a bit more festive.

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Strawberry Christmas Tree Brownie Bites

Adorable and fairly simple things to make your christmas treats a bit more festive.

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Estimating the U.S. Cost Now for the estimation part. With any estimation, you have to make some assumptions. Here are mine: This is just a guess, but I am going to say there are 20 million houses that put up Christmas decorations in the U.S. (based on a population of 300 million). (N) The average power per house that puts up lights is 1,000 watts. (Pavg) The average family runs their lights for 4 hours a day. (ΔTavg) The average cost for electrical energy is 10 cents per kilowatt*hr. (c). The average household puts up decorations on Dec. 1 and takes them down on Jan. 1 so let’s say the lights are up for 30 days. (nd) You can see that I included variable names for these estimates so that I can write down my calculatio

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Tips to Save on Electricity If you are surprised by the results of our electricity calculator you might consider some of the following tips: 1. Put your lights on a timer. Few Holiday-goers are out and about at 2 am in the morning. Be sure to use a durable Christmas lights timer that is made to withstand the elements. Install it in a place that is easy to access so you can make changes as the days get even shorter. 2. You might consider going LED. A bit pricier than traditional Christmas lights due to a more complicated manufacturing process, they use 80-90% less energy than incandescents. These fabulous cutting edge Holiday Lights don't have exactly the same look as what you are used to so you might consider getting a couple of sets to

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