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Top 5 Toilets that has a Comfort Height feature

In choosing a toilet, one of the significant things to consider is the comfort that you are getting. It should have a standard height in order to consider the perfect comfort that you ever wanted.

Persons with disability and older people needs a comfort height toilet, since this feature will provide convenience to them. They can stand up and sit down easily if the toilet has a correct height like a standard chair. Thus, it is very important that the toilet you’re planning to buy has a comfort height feature and with a powerful performance, in order to provide satisfaction to you and your family.

Top 5 Comfort Height Toilets

KOHLER K-3609-0 Cimarron Comfort Height
The Cimarron Comfort Height Elongated Toilet is a high standard toilet model from Kohler’s Toilet Industry. With a seat height that is also the same like a standard chair. KOHLER Comfort Height toilets, make sitting down and standing up easier for people of all ages and this higher seat makes the distance from the wall to the tank. Also, it has a new technology that features the new Class Six flushing mechanism that delivers outstanding bulk flushing performance.

American Standard 2002.014.020 Champion-4 Right Height Elongated Two-Piece Toilet
A product of American Standard brand, that promotes comfort and meets the requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), is the American Standard 2002.014.020 Champion-4.
This toilet has the Right Height, to ensure the convenience of the user plus the comfort that they are expecting. With a Champion 4 flushing system, it also features the largest flush valve and a powerful trapway in the toilet industry, in order to provide faster, energetic and quieter flushing ability. Also, most customers appreciated this toilet, since it has the comfort and the flawless flushing performance. By this features most customers highly recommend this product.

American Standard 2386.010.178 Cadet-3 Right Height Elongated Two-Piece Toilet

Another American Standard brand that also features the comfort height toilet, is the American Standard 2386.010.178 Cadet-3 Right Height Elongated Two-Piece Toilet. This toilet also meets the standard of Americans With Disabilities Act or ADA, to provide comfort and easy usage for older people and disabled persons. The toilet bowl has a Right Height that has a rim height of 16-1/2-inches. Together with its feature of the Cadet 3 flushing system, that has an oversized 3 inches flush valve, this will provide maximum performance as well as convenience to the users.

KOHLER K-3950-0 Tresham Comfort Height Two-Piece Elongated Toilet
This K-3950-0 Tresham Comfort Height Two Piece Elongated Toilet, provides a modernized sophisticated trim that features a classic twist in American traditions.

The Tresham collection is a combination of a classic lines and fashionable contemporary designs that allows people to embrace their own sense of style.
With the measurement of 12″ 30.5 cm rough-in, it provides a seat height comparable to a standard chair.The extra height of this toilet makes much easier to get up and down, also the elongated bowl is much more comfortable to use and this Kohler K-3950-0 toilet is also great for people with physical disabilities.

TOTO CST744SL-01 Drake 2-Piece ADA Toilet with Elongated Bowl
This TOTO CST744SL-01 Drake 2-Piece Toilet, it has a modernized contemporary and high standard design. Which has a high profile close coupled toilet with 12-Inch rough-in, to meet the compliance of Americans With Disabilities Act or ADA and to allow older people to feel more comfortable while using this product. Also, it includes the G- Max flushing system, that provides a powerful and quieter flushing performance for the satisfaction of the users.

Soleus Air DP1-70-03, 70 Pint Portable Dehumidifier Review

Dehumidifiers are used in houses, swimming pools, garages, and basements, where it is necessary to eliminate high humidity, which leads to corrosion of metals and destruction of decoration, fogging the windows, and other negative phenomena. According to its principle of operation and design, dehumidifiers are similar to air-conditioners. In the dehumidifier there is an evaporator («cold» radiator) and condenser («hot» radiator). Built-in fan provides air to the evaporator where it is cooled. As a result, the dew drops from the air and flows into the condensate pan. The air enters the condenser where it is heated to a temperature of 3 – 5 ° C higher than it was at the beginning of the process and then enters the room.

Soleus Air DP1-70-03, 70 Pint Portable Energy Star Dehumidifier is a perfect combination of modern technologies, reliability and style. This powerful device can remove up to 70 pints of water from the room every 24 hours.  The dehumidifier is equipped with an electronic control system and has a soft-touch display, though which you can choose one of three preset programs, select the level of dehumidification and set the timer. When the water tank is full, system automatically turns off. You can also use a hose to automatically empty the tank and allow the device to work continuously without emptying. The Energy Star rating reduces the power consumption and saves your money.

Conclusion:

We recommend Soleus Air DP1-70-03, 70 Pint Dehumidifier as a device which quickly copes with the removal of moisture from the air. The indicators of humidity and air temperature can keep the situation under control and regulate the fan speed and set the timer, adjusting the device to the current needs. It is also gratifying that the dehumidifier is easy to operate and transport.

Product description:

  • 70 Pint Portable Energy Star Dehumidifier
  • Electronic control system
  • Three preset programs
  • Timer
  • Size: 13.2×17.5×24.5 inches; weight: 44 pounds

Advantages:

  • Powerful and economical device
  • Electronic control system
  • Energy Star rating
  • Easy to use
  • Price

Drawbacks:

  • A little bit loud and big

An Intro To Autobody Repair

Buying a car is something very important and every person who does it, spends quite a lot of time in choosing a good, reliable and safe car. However no-one is sure that he won’t have to visit the auto body shop at some point. No matter how reliable and durable your car is, this is something inevitable. Although many people try to fix their cars in their own garage, there are problems which can’t be solved by wannabe mechanics. Check out our buying guide on best jump starters.

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Soccer Fitness Work Out – Be Match to Play, Don’t Play to Get Match

There’s no doubt that soccer players are among probably the most well-conditioned athletes inside the globe and that’s why a soccer health work out is an ideal way for most people today to get into form. Players want to be in tip-top problem to play a 90 minute recreation or longer. This indicates they must prepare hard all through the yr to get fit after which stay match. Each place inside the sport usually requires different styles of play and this leads to different fitness routines for specific players.

Soccer players require to perform both anaerobic and aerobic training to get a total soccer fitness exercise. Aerobic fitness sets the degree at which players can take in and use oxygen to carry out a bodily exercise. Aerobic exercises are basically actions which you may carry out more than a period of time without becoming tired. Some examples are strolling, running, jogging, cycling and swimming.

This kind of training will allow you to increase the degree you can compete at until fatigue sets in. It will aid make your heart and lungs grow to be far more efficient.

Anaerobic fitness includes high-intensity soccer fitness workouts, like brief bursts of energy like sprinting, hill climbing, weightlifting, and interval training. These exercises are normally short-lasting as your physique will rely on power resources which are saved in your muscular tissues.

There’s a great deal of continuous movement for some soccer players such as midfielders. Nonetheless, others, for instance strikers, require to have the ability to deal with brief, powerful, powerful sprints. Each participant is diverse within this regard, and that’s why different training techniques are generally utilized for players of diverse positions.

On the other hand, all players should apply their stamina, pace, and strength as usually as feasible. In the event you can practice these aspects of fitness whilst combining them with some kind of soccer skill it will advantage you a great deal much more. As an example, you are able to apply each your pace and dribbling methods with the exact same time.

But you can’t just leap into to an intensive soccer health exercise. Newcomers ought to really invest the very first few weeks doing lower-intensity aerobic exercises to attain a base level of fitness. When performing any sort of anaerobic physical exercise you ought to take 5 to ten minutes to cool down when you have finished.

While you need to be physically fit to play soccer, you also need to be mentally fit. This means you need to be alert and aware of your environment on the pitch whatsoever instances. You should be able to make decisions swiftly and you’ll want to have the ability to make the correct choices.

If you are mentally tough, you will not let anything distract you or throw you off of one’s sport. This signifies you must have the ability to deal with anything that comes your way verbally. The most well-known incident of a participant not becoming mentally tough occurred within the 2006 Globe Cup Last when France’s Zinedine Zidane was shown the red card by the referee following head butting Marco Materazzi of Italy in excess of an insult. Italy went on to win the Cup inside a penalty shootout. Zidane became the very first player in history to obtain two red cards in World Cup matches.

A soccer health exercise will aid most people aid accomplish a great all-around fitness stage, but don’t overdo it. Be certain you give your body some time to rest and recover from your soccer health exercise.

What does ebullient mean?

What does ebullient mean? It means somebody that has a lot of enthusiasm, somebody with an overflowing excitement.

Adjective: -nonebullient

Sentence Examples: –

  •         It is the ebullient nature of the song that had not only made me dance, but had also made me enjoy life to the maximum.
  •         My uncle Bob had an ebullient understanding of life, and he would share with us all the sensitive details that could actually make a marriage last without any kind of compromises on your part.
  •         After drinking the morning coffee, people find themselves to be ebullient and they could go about their work without any kind of issues.
  •         It is a noted fact that when people are made to wait for a long period of time, they are far from being ebullient.
  •         It is the nature of Jack, which is so ebullient, that it has transformed the entire image of an office around him.
  •         Although Gary had ended up losing a job, it was his ebullient nature that ensured that his marriage lasted through this windstorm until he found another job. More here 

I love you blogging. I really do…

…but, recently, I haven’t been as committed to this relationship as I should be.

I’ve been sneaking behind your back seeing someone else that I’ve missed. His first name is My, and his last name is Life (gasp).  Yes, he’s back in the picture. That scoundrel. Yes, he’s back putting thoughts into my head about what I could be doing rather than spending quantity quality time with you.

(sigh)

And, I do feel guilty about all of this, all this sneaking around at all hours of the day, the half written, pathetic excuses for posts with gimmicky titles in my drafts folder, and regrets about not thinking too much of you and how I should be spending more time with you when I’m with him.

Can’t you just hear my guilt? Can’t you?!?

While I’ve been unfaithful with My Life, I’ve been taking my daughter to the park more.

I’ve been taking pictures of random trees more.


I’ve been napping more, cooking more, sitting down in doing nothing. more.


I’ve been watching Dr. Phil while eating cheese and crackers more (gasp). I know. I know. You didn’t think I’d stoop to such a level. And, neither did I. Neither. did. I.I am telling you all this because I want you to know that all is well. All that My Life is teaching me right now is only good for us. We’ll be back to the way we once were in no time. Now, you will wait for me, right? (blink blink)Please circle: Yes   No   MaybeLove,
Jessica

Am I the only one having an affair with anything else besides blogging right now? What other interesting things, hobbies, activities are you indulging in right now (besides blogging, of course)?

When technology fails, blogging to-do lists must change

I have so few free hours in a day to myself, so I have learned to take the (free) time that I most often spend doing blogging related tasks very seriously .

I’ve learned that the best way that I can avoid spending too many hours on any particular task (i.e. tweeting, writing posts, or reading blogs) is by creating daily blogging “to-do” lists. Yes, as a mom even my hobbies must be resigned to a list.

It’s sad, but very necessary.

And I love crossing things off my lists, and then creating new lists, often long lists to have a “record” by which to measure my daily blogging productivity. It’s an obsession  of mine, a sad but necessary one that comes, I like to tell myself, with motherhood.

This week’s “to-do” list was particularly large. On that very long list of  things to do were small things like writing posts, editing posts, responding to comments, visiting  blogs, editing pictures writing emails, and large things like creating a header and taking the steps needed to officially change blogging platforms.

It was a lot to do, but, I figured that so long as I did everything in the order planned on my list, starting over the weekend and continuing at 6 AM sharp on Monday morning,  I could do it.

So on Sunday night, I went to bed ready, really ready for Monday to come so that I  could get down to continue the unfinished blogging business from the weekend.

And when Monday came, I was really ready. I woke up at 5 AM, showered, ate my  breakfast of champions: Oatmeal with Blueberries, and sat down in my office chair. Yes! “This feels right!” “I’m going to get so much done!”I thought to myself as I turned on my  computer.

I started by working on an overdue post on marriages post-children and then observed,  casually, that my computer only had a 10% charge. Now, this wouldn’t have been a  problem if my computer charger were in “good” condition, but it wasn’t, mostly as the result of it being Nya’s toy for one too many months. 

After weeks of having issues sustaining a charge, I had learned that to use my  charger, I had to twist, turn, blow on it, pray on it for it to work. And, I did all  this, this Monday morning, however, it didn’t work. It (the charger) died (officially pronounced at 7 AM. Yes, I kept at it for 2 hours) and so did my list of oh so
important blogging tasks.

By 7:30 AM, my 10% charge was depleted along with my hope to conquer some of my elephant  to-do list.

I was devastated. I felt as if the world were going to end.

I wanted to cry, and just be miserable the whole day, but I couldn’t. My daughter, who woke up around 8 AM, and my other, unwritten to-do list of laundry, dishes, and  errands wouldn’t let me.

In spite of my disappointment, I had to keep going.

And, keep going, I did.

Instead of editing pictures, tweeting, or editing posts during my daughter’s nap, I took a much needed catnap and managed to write this post by hand (i.e., with paper and pen) when I awoke.

And, I survived, survived much of my day (until my husband returned from work with his computer) without my beloved laptop, my blogging weapon of choice.

And, the sky didn’t fall because I couldn’t check things off my list.

Really.

While very stressed out yesterday morning at the thought of not being able to follow  through with my original plans, it all worked out in the end.

And through the experience, I learned something.

I learned how important it is in life to not allow what’s not working or what’s broken or what’s lost (and this could be anything, a relationship, a job, a charger) to overshadow the things that are. I was reminded of how important it is to be open to (and receptive of) changed plans, other options, and alternatives. 

My blogging to-do list is still long, but that’s OK. I know that I’ll conquer it in time.

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Anyone else have a blogging to-so list? Has failed technology stood in a way of you accomplishing things on that list? 

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Oh, and until my new charger gets here (and because I refuse to use my smart phone), I’ll be mostly “out-of-commission” during the day. Still, feel free to contact me by email or twitter or through a comment. I’ll be sure to respond as soon as I can.

My IT Guy (I’m moving)

I have finally mustered the guts and found the time to make the move over to WordPress and I’m going it, alone. Like the mismatched cabinet safety locks that are poorly installed in my Kitchen and the uneven picture hanging above my bed, this blog has officially become my DIY “project” (but this time, I’m doing things right. Ha!)

I know, this is big, and possibly insane, but that’s (I’d like to believe) beyond the point! I’m doing this big thing because I want to learn, because I want the sweet sense of satisfaction of knowing that I did it, that, and, well, I’m horribly cheap. And while I am doing most of the heavy lifting, I do have some help, namely from a trusty book recommended by Kate of the Mommy Monologues and my husband, my IT Guy.Image result for blogging

I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned that my husband works in the IT industry, but he does. And for any woman out there (or man) who has a significant other working in that industry, you know that it’s tough. Long and often unreasonable hours, untenable work schedules, attached to the skull Blackberries, and lots and lots of urgent matters are what make up that industry, I think.

Having kids and being married to someone in the IT industry (particularly those in programming or networking or other 24/7 fields) is a challenge, but there are also benefits if you call yourself a blogger, namely that you always have someone who can provide you with real-time, free help-desk support on your blog or any other possibly stupid and ridiculously simple (like opening files off a FTP site. Yep. That was one of my questions at 1 AM last night when my mirrored site crashed) technical matter that may be troubling you.

The help you receive from an IT spouse (and you can probably imagine this to be true if you’ve ever had to work with an IT person) is, well, unique, too. These people, these IT people of which my husband belongs, take their craft very, very serious, so you have to tread delicately, oh, non-IT one, in dealing with them. All explanations are FULL explanations on any given topic, all questions are approached with a degree of skepticism, and all problems can and WILL be solved.

It’s truly an interesting thing being the wife of an IT guy, my IT guy.

I could go on longer about, but I’ll save that for another time.

It’s Father’s Day so my husband has planned a nice afternoon of us sitting on the couch watching movies. I know. So fun.

Happy Father’s Day to all dads out there.

Any one else out there conquering any DIY projects at this time? What are you working on? Oh, and is there any one with a spouse or significant other in IT? Can you relate? We need a support group, right?