Did you know that it also constitutes social responsibility to take physical care of your money’s bill denominations? Even a mild defacing of them will render them invalid, and thus needed to be destroyed, and thus needed to be reproduced, thereby ultimately adding financial and environmental costs to society just to keep the fiscal system running smoothly.
The LifeProof case for smartphones and tablets, though limited in range, is absolute in its commitment to protection and freedom. With its four Proofs (water, dust, snow, and shock), I believe it a responsible choice for any gadget user serious on taking their mobile life wherever they go as they need or desire.
An urgent call to save the world – for time is limited – doesn’t mean it’s all high stress levels, seriousness, and complete focus on world-saving. We’re also encouraged and reminded to have fun at the same time by this 2008 hit song by Madonna.
Take care of the humidity surrounding you and your electronics! Many electronics won’t work well or even start breaking down if it’s too humid or too dry. Also, using electronics immediately after transferring them from a cool place to a very humid one can cause them to short-circuit. Let it “cool down” for a short while before using it.
Have an umbrella, even a small one, at hand always, rain or shine. In rain, they keep you from getting wet; while if it’s sunny and really hot, it can keep you protected from the heat.
“Blessed is he who considers the poor! The LORD delivers him in the day of trouble; the LORD protects him and keeps him alive; he is called blessed in the land; you do not give him up to the will of his enemies. The LORD sustains him on his sickbed; in his illness you heal all his infirmities.” (Ps. 41:1-3, RSV-2CE)
Take seriously your electronic devices’ instruction manuals telling you to remove the batteries if the product won’t be used for a long time. They can corrode or leak in your device, potentially damaging it – and your skin if you touch it – and thus cutting its life short.
Our high school physics classes would teach us that things tend to expand in heat, and contract in cold. (Remember that solids have rigidly-structured molecules, liquids have rather loosely-structured ones, and gases have almost free-flowing particles. And that solids turn into liquids, and liquids into gases, the higher the temperature.) It may sound somewhat Ivory …
We can’t deny that we have so much things to get about in life today. Some of those we need, others we “need”, and others yet we simply want. But regardless, there’s one commonality I’d like us to reflect on for this post. Do we take good care of our stuff? We handle many of our things everyday, …