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Elizabeth Grant

Take a stroll through Central Park

The massive Central Park will easily overwhelm you if you don’t plan your route beforehand and carry a map with you. Once you're set with a map, you can rent a bike or strap on your shoes and venture into Central Park for an adventurous day.

Take a stroll through Central Park

Some of the most popular Central Park spots are the Sheep’s Meadow, The Ramble, Belvedere Castle, Strawberry Fields, Bethesda Fountain, and Gapstow Bridge.

If you’re visiting Central Park, you’ll need a minimum of 1 day to explore through 693 acres of huge man-made gardens, forests, meadows, and rolling hillsides – and you’ll love every minute of it!

Unripe Avocadoes

The unripe avocadoes can last for up to 2 weeks. Check if the avocado’s outer shell is hard and green, if it is hard and green, the avocado is probably unripe and not ready to be eaten. Place them in the fridge to let them ripen slowly for a week. After a week, eat them whenever you like.

Unripe Avocadoes

Liquid detergent

For stubborn stains, you need to pull out the big guns. Grab a bottle of liquid detergent and apply a few drops to the affected area. Rub over it gently with a soft, damp cloth – and if you can, launder the fabric as soon as you’re done applying the detergent. If not, use a damp cloth to wipe away the excess soap.

Liquid detergent

Reduce Trans Fat

Trans Fat refers to the chemically synthesized ‘partially hydrogenated vegetable oil’. It is used as a substitute for butter and is often found in store-bought baked goods and pre-cooked meats.

Trans-fat is not a healthy fat and it can also increase blood cholesterol. Margarine is also made of hydrogenated vegetable oil which is not real butter. Avoid foods that contain trans-fat by reading the ingredients list of products when you shop.

Reduce Trans Fat

Throw Away Things You Don't Need

There is always stuff lying around the house that you haven’t used in years. A good rule of thumb for cleaning space is to get rid of anything that you haven’t used in a year because you would probably never need it again.

Donate boxes of old clothes and shoes that you haven’t used. Less stuff is easier to pack and move. Deep clean your space and pack the things you won’t need and get rid of them before you begin packing for moving out.

Throw Away Things You Don't Need

Productive Use of Your Car

If you're already driving to run errands, why not pick up a passenger or two? Driving your car with Uber will help you earn money by taking people to their assigned destination. You can also place advertisements on your car to earn money while driving.

You can even earn money when your car is not used while on vacation, traveling, or just during a typical business day. With an app like Getaround, you can earn thousands of dollars by renting your car while you're not using it. Plus, Getaround car owners get the best parking spots in town, a $ 50 monthly credit to rent the vehicle of their choice, and $ 1 million in primary insurance coverage.

Print your pictures

One of the most cost-effective ways of creating a personalized photo book is to send your pictures off to your local drugstore. Walgreens and CVS both have photo departments that can have your photos printed and ready within an hour or so. Then, order an inexpensive photo album from Amazon or go to your local store to see what you can find. While you can't add any specific designs and you are limited to the photo albums available to you, you can still rearrange the pictures in any way you'd like and you save some money!

Shutter Speed

You will need to find the shutter speed that works best. This is the most important variable because you won't know the lights' speed or brightness until you see them. As a general rule of thumb, if the aurora you see is bright and active, try a shutter speed between 5 and 10 seconds. Between 12 and 20 seconds is a good starting point for a slow-moving aurora, and for a dim aurora, you can increase the shutter speed to 20 or 25 seconds.

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