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Virtual camp for adults

Are you?

Scared of the world outside?

Do you hate men?

Do you hate yourself?

Do you hate politics?

Are you a feminist?

Addicted to your phone?

 

I will make you:

Confident

Loving

Fun

A warrior

Present in your life

Friendly

Loved

Enjoy your life

I have successfully escaped the cult of progressive indoctrination and can teach you the simple tools you need to escape the cultural brainwashing and make your way to glorious freedom.

You get:

The monthly masterclass

The monthly journal book

The life design facebook community

Live q&a

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Tifany Lee’s virtual adventure subscription brings you a monthly adventure focused on becoming the epiC movie star hero of your dreams.

This month is The Zombie un brain washing. Rid yourself of all of your loser indoctrination. Rise as the one of the heroes dedicated to saving conservative values in order to live a happy life. Be surrounded by others on the same quest.

4 hours a day video/movie selection

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Coming issues:

Conservative Medicine show

Cherokee Irish nature life DIY recipes

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7 Power Questions

Tony Robbins Journal Prompts

Tony Robbins is my guru lately. I am fascinated with harnessing emotions to focus energy and change your life. The subject took hold of my head after I managed to change my world by changing my perspective on what was happening, literally I just changed how I felt and everything changed. I began asking myself empowering questions that built me up instead of dragging me down. The topic is also Robbins’ obsession and he has done A LOT of study on the subject—his entire career.

Use his Power Questions to start your day off and ignite your passion and purpose.

  1. What am I happy about in my life now? What about that makes me happy? How does that make me feel? If you’re not so happy right now, then what *could* make you happy?  How would that make you feel?
  2. What am I excited about in my life now? What about that makes me excited? How does that make me feel? If you’re not so excited about anything in your life right now, what *could* make you excited?  How would that make you feel?
  3. What am I proud about in my life now? What about that makes me proud? How does that make me feel? If you’re not so proud about anything in your life right now, what *could* make you proud?  How would that make you feel?
  4. What am I grateful about in my life now? What about that makes me grateful? How does that make me feel? If you’re not so grateful about anything in your life right now, what *could* make you grateful? How would that make you feel?
  5. What am I enjoying in my life right now? What about that do I enjoy? How does that make me feel? If you’re not enjoying anything in your life right now, what *could* you enjoy?  How would that make you feel?
  6. What am I committed to in my life right now? What about that makes me committed? How does that make me feel? If you’re not so committed to anything in your life right now, what *could* you be committed to? How would that make you feel?
  7. Who do I love? Who loves me?

Starting off your day by focusing on positives invigorates and channels your energy. Similarly, end your day with power.

The Evening Power Questions:

  1. What have I been given today? In what ways have I been a giver?
  2. What did I learn today?
  3. How has today added to the quality of my life or how can I use today as an investment in my future?
  4. Repeat the Morning Questions (optional).

from Awaken the Giant Within.

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Green Household Cleaners

diy green cleaning products

The Journey to Green Cleaning

Until I embraced my mission on earth to live naturally, I just didn’t clean.

I am not crazy about admitting this, but I bet I am healthier than my counterparts who did and burned their noses and lungs and poisoned their bodies by inhaling toxic fumes.

The quickest way into the body is through our nasal passages. Let me give you an example: oxygen.

Remember when uninformed housewives were unintentionally killing themselves by mixing bleach and ammonia? The deadly combo creates Mustard Gas—a poison used effectively in World War II.

Yikes.

No, instead of cleaning, I sat around and sulked while looking at the mess and feeling sorry for myself: I could have a clean house and kill myself with toxic chemicals or I can live in a dirty house. For some reason, I didn’t think there was an alternative to dirt or deathly fumes. Duh! What about all of the natural cleaning products you can make from natural products around your home?

It turns out that, while I was onto the truth and was smart enough to protect myself, I had to break the brainwashing by our consumerist culture that says that mass produced products cornered the market on clean.

They don’t!

Do you want a clean home but can’t stand the harshness of store-bought cleaners? Natural Mama to the rescue!

I clean using green cleaning products created from natural ingredients found around my home: borax, baking soda, vinegar, liquid soap. I add citrus essential oils like lemon, wild orange, and grapefruit for an invigorating smell that is better than the synthetic febreeze. The citrus family essential oils are natural cleansing agents and are naturally astringent and antiseptic. My home smells wonderfully clean without the synthetic and overpowering smell of toxic cleaners.

DIY Green Household Cleaners

“All-natural bathroom cleaners are available at stores, but they can be difficult to find. It is possible to create natural bathroom cleaner using non-toxic household ingredients. Use these steps for various homemade bathroom cleaner recipes:

Make a basin, tub and tile cleaner.

  • Pour 1 and a half cups (192g) of baking soda into a spray bottle.
  • Add a half cup (118.3mL) of liquid soap, a half cup (118.3mL) of water and 2 tbsp (29.6mL) of white vinegar.
  • Close the top of the bottle and shake vigorously to mix the ingredients.
  • Spray the area to be cleaned and scrub with a towel or sponge.

Remove mildew.

  • Pour a half cup (113.4g) of Borax and a half cup (118.3mL) of white vinegar into a shallow bowl.
  • Stir the mixture until it makes a thick paste.
  • Apply the recipe onto mold or mildew with a cleaning brush and scrub. Allow the paste to sit on the mildew for 1 hour before rinsing it off.

Sanitize the floor.

  • Fill a bucket with at least 2 gallons (7.57L) of very hot water and a half cup (113.4g) of Borax.
  • Wipe the floor with a mop soaked in the mixture. Do not rinse the floor with water; allow the Borax mixture to set.

Create drain cleaner.

  • Put a half cup (64g) of baking soda into the drain. Follow that by pouring 1 cup (236.6mL) of white vinegar down the drain.
  • Wait for a reaction between the 2 components. The vinegar will cause the baking soda to fizz.
  • Allow it to fizz for at least 15 minutes, and then pour a saucepan of boiling water down the drain.
  • Repeat this process more than once if the drain is still clogged or emits an odor.

Produce scouring powder.

  • Mix 1 cup (128g) of baking soda, 1 cup (128g) of Borax and 1 cup (128g) of salt into a small jar or container.
  • Sprinkle the powder on a specific area to be scoured and scrub with a sponge. Scouring powder is a particularly abrasive cleaning substance that can easily remove grime and residue.

Create toilet bowl cleaner.

  • Pour 1/4 cup (32g) of baking soda into the toilet bowl followed by a 1/4 cup (59mL) of white vinegar.
  • Allow the mixture to sit in the bowl for a half hour before scrubbing with a toilet bowl brush and flushing.

Make glass/window cleaner.

  • Blend 1/4 cup (59mL) of white vinegar with at least 3 cups (710mL) of warm water in a spray bottle.
  • Shake the bottle well and spray the glass or window. Wipe the surface with a dry towel.”

Source: How to Make a Bathroom Cleaner: 7 Steps (with Pictures) – wikiHow