Thursday, 26 March 2009

Support Earth Hour 2009: Top 10 Things to do

Please support by turning off non-essential electronic and electrical equipment in your home and place of business. Better still on Friday, 27 March before going home; turn off all non-essential equipment at work!

This is on this Saturday, 28 March 2009 between 8:30 to 9:30 PM [your local time].

Suggested things to do:

1. Have that romantic candle lit dinner with your partner and/or family and friends.
2. Have a game board bonding with the kids.
3. If you play any non electronic/electrical musical instrument, have a sing-along with family and friends.
4. Have your evening walk, jog or biking coincide with Earth Hour.
5. Have a conversation about anything and everything. When was the last time you had a decent conversation?
6. Meditate and do Yoga with your Zen master.
7. Have a social drink of your favourite wine or beer with friends.
8. I am running out of ideas, do nothing!
9. Sleep early.
10. And if you don't want to sleep early, do something else with your partner... [wink, wink].

But whatever you do, turn off those lights!


Sidney said...

Ok... I think #10 is a good proposition... and it also produces extra energies ! ;-)

JayAshKal said...

Hahahaa... I've emailed the list and it seems to be no. 10 is the most popular.

Yep Sidney, produces renewable energy and good exercise as well!

the donG said...

it's good to know that you supported the earth hour too.

JayAshKal said...

Great night... something different and "green", I mean enviromentally "green".

Panaderos said...

I have to say that I adhered way too much to #8 that I failed to observe Earth Hour.

But I do agree with everything you recommended most especially #10. (Good for the heart, too.)

Peace. :)

JayAshKal said...

No 10 seems to be popular, I don't know why? ;)

There is always next year, but I guess for those like you - everyday is an opportunity to save and be green. We've been generating way too much rubbish.

I've been reading the posts by [which I must admit I haven't been visiting for a while, but a post by Sidney [of Sari Sari fame], prompted me to revisit Dennis latest post re Looban. What a wasteland...