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Say no to noise pollution.

Well, its Saturday,

Each morning when I open my eyes, I say to myself: I, not events, have the power to make myself happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be.

Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it. As Dan and I regroup from our stay in Mexico, we are taking each day as it comes. Enjoying the time with each hour is priceless.

Being happy is one of life’s lofty, and often elusive goals. We search high and low, looking for happiness in our partners, careers, and even bank accounts.

Everyone’s path to contentment will look different. So, each one of us look at today and do the best today. Tomorrow will be here before you know it.

The art of being happy lies in the power of extracting happiness from common things. Henry Ward Beecher

For the past three days I have been blogging on NOISE pollution. There are ways that you can help with this cause.

We can reduce noise pollution by turning off appliances when not in use, use of earplugs, lowering the volume, planting more trees, regular maintenance of vehicles and machines etc. By controlling noise, we can control negative health effects that noise pollution has on everyone.

We can reduce noise pollution by following below mentioned tips:

Turn off Appliances at Home and offices

We can turn off home and office appliances when not in use such as TV, games, computers etc., it can create unnecessary stress on ears. We can save electricity also when we turn them off.

Shut the Door when using noisy Machines

We can shut the door after we turn on dishwashers or washing machines for rooms where it is kept or we can turn them on before leaving the house so that overlapping of exposure to loud noises can be reduced.

Use Earplugs

Use of earplugs or earmuffs can bring down loud noises to a manageable level. Earplugs are small inserts that fit into our ear canal. And earmuffs fit over the entire outer ear to form an air seal keeping ears safe from loud noises.

Lower the volume

We can listen to songs, radios, TVs in lower volume when listening from headphones or speakers.

Stay away from Noisy area

Noise producing industries, airports, vehicles should be far from residential areas as it is very dangerous for infants and senior citizens.

Follow the Limits of Noise level

Community law should check the use of loudspeakers, outdoor parties as well as political public announcements.

Control Noise level near sensitive areas

There should be control on noise level (Silent zones) near schools, hospitals. Place noise limits boards near sensitive areas.

Go Green by planning trees

We can plant more trees as they are good noise absorbents. According to studies, it can reduce noise by 5 to 10 decibels Db around them.

Create Healthy noise to eliminate unwanted noise

If we can’t eliminate unwanted noise coming from outside then we can create healthier noise such as music, singing birds or waterfalls in homes or offices.

Use Noise absorbents in noisy machineries

We can check for pieces of machinery which are creating noise due to vibrations and put some noise absorbents to reduce noise.

Use Proper Lubrication and Better maintenance

proper Lubrication to reduce noise

We can use proper lubrication as well as better maintenance of machines to reduce noise pollution and improve efficiency. It reduces friction between movable parts and helps to reduce noise.


Good morning Saturday 🦋if you are a positive and courageous person than you're on the right track to becoming more confident 🌻 have a fantastic day

Notify Authorities about Disobedience of Noise Rules

We can notify government agencies if someone is not following rules and regulation regarding noise levels.

Regularly check noise levels

Regularly checking noise level in an industrial complex and indoor to keep noise level within the limit.

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It is necessary to control the noises created around us. It is necessary to aware people around us through various mediums. We can start from ourselves to spread awareness about noise pollution and its effects on human and the environment. Limit for noise at daytime is 55 dB and, in the night, it is 30 dB to avoid health effects.

Today's inspiration comes from my grandson. Brunch at Sherry's, salmon and tuna salad sandwich with home fries. Secret ingredients, walnuts and kale😋

These days being a grandma, I look forward to seeing pictures and zoom of Jonah my grandson. A lot of time, we would be zooming while he is eating. Salmon and kale are some of the food groups that he would be eating. This is why this dish inspired me with him in mind.

INGREDIENTS: salmon, Tuna, potatoes, bread, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, walnuts, kale, olive oil, mustard, mayonnaise, spices.


1. Chop onions, walnuts, kale.

2. Add with the salmon, tuna, a little bit of olive oil, mustard and mayonnaise. This will look like a tuna salad.

3. Next, chop up potatoes.

4. Then put some olive oil in a pan, when heated add the potatoes slices.

5. Cook until golden brown and place in a bowl

6. Next toast two slices per person of bread.

7. Add some mayonnaise if you prefer on the toast along with the tuna, salmon.

8. Then add onion slices and tomatoes.

9. Next, make a cucumber salad - chop cucumbers, tomatoes, onions and walnuts.

10. Add some spices and olive oil.

11. Ready to put everything together.

Bon Appetit

Until tomorrow, if you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes.

Guess what the topic is tomorrow!!!

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