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Tips: How to participate Earth Hour, awesome Earth Hour pictures

Earth Hour initiative began in Sydney in 2007 but quickly went global. "Over 170 countries and territories have already confirmed their participation; more than 1,200 landmarks and close to 40 UNESCO world heritage sites," says Earth Hour head Sudhanshu Sarronwala. Here are 3 easy steps how you can participate Earth Hour. 1. Mark your calendar Earth Hour is traditionally celebrated the last Saturday of March. In 2015, it will be celebrated on March 28th, from 8:30-9:30pm (20:30-21:30) in your local time zone. 2. Turn off all lights  Turn off all lights at 8.30 pm. 3. Enjoy the Darkness  Take a moment to think about Global Warming and your consumption of energy, package material. Can you do something to save the world? Can you turn off appliances you aren't using. Here are my pictures of the Earth Hour. #EarthHour #Selfie  Our house during Earth Hour. Me nak** at backyard.  Statue of freedom during Earth Hour  Nak** Britney Spears

15 Surprising Facts About Being an Entrepreneur

I have been entrepreneur for half of my life. Many of my friends and will never really understand that I am really are working. But I am. I work like a lot. Entrepreneurs are hard workers. When you start as an entrepreneur they say that you never have to work 9 to 5 again (wooohooo!), but your typical workday has become more like 16 hours, all hours of the day and night, 7 days a week. (btw, I am writing this on Sunday morning on international women's day). Here are 15 surprising hard-to-swallow facts that most entrepreneurs experience throughout their incredible journeys. Launching your own startup can be the most exciting, mind-blowing, exhilarating, delightful, stressful, frustrating and profitable adventure of your life. 1. You have to get out of your comfort zone daily 2. Your first try at launching your product or service will most likely fall short or even fail completely 3. More times than you wish to admit, you have to put your business before your family