What’s up fam, If you follow me on social media, you know that I totally heart Instagram. It’s fun to discover new accounts to follow, so I thought I’d share some of my top picks that always keep me entertained. Cardi B ( iamcardib ): Okay, this year was totally cra-cra for Cardi and all of us watching. But despite all the drama, her account is one of the funniest things out there. Between the rants, the memes and the videos – she is definitely has a fun feed to follow. On My Block Writers ( omb_writers ): For fans of On My Block – this is a must-follow. The writers are the brilliant minds that bring you one of the dopest show on Netflix. Usually people think of the actors when they think of a show, but nothing can happen without the genius writers! Follow these talented people to catch all the latest updates for On My Block . Loki the Wolfdog ( loki ): Do you like dogs? Do you like big, soft-furred dogs with gorgeous blue e
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Hey guys, it’s Ronni ! It turns out that January 10 is National Cut Your Energy Costs Day. Now, I don’t know much about energy, but I thought I’d use this opportunity to talk about conserving another invaluable resource – water. I’m sure you’ve heard about common ways to save water, like taking shorter showers, not running the tap when you brush your teeth, using water-efficient appliances, and using timers for your lawn sprinklers. But I’d like share a few other under the radar ways that can help conserve water. Check them out: #1. Use a Car Wash Did you know that washing your car at home can use an average of 100 gallons of water? You read that right - 100 gallons! In addition to water waste, a lot of the soaps people use at home are toxic to the environment. By using a local carwash instead, not only will you be saving yourself the time and hassle, but you will also be helping conserve water and preventing hazardous chemicals from leaking into the ocean.