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#394655 - 01/28/10 09:36 AM Re: Stress reduction - do you use a humidifyer? [Re: Lisa Shea]  
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Okay, thinking this through. Love the map idea. So far I am liking a compromise between the first and second options.

WHY I want to stay with this man is beyond me, but I still do.


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#394683 - 01/28/10 10:14 PM Re: Stress reduction - do you use a humidifyer? [Re: jilly]  
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we love people for all sorts of reasons - there's always going to be some sort of incompatibility. He loves green. You love brown. There are much more serious issues than that which people work though smile


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#395159 - 02/07/10 08:23 PM Re: Stress reduction - do you use a humidifyer? [Re: Lisa Shea]  
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Back to humidifyers - i think the little potpourri pot is working nicely. let's see if he takes it into the RV. That will be the real test.


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#395191 - 02/08/10 04:13 AM Re: Stress reduction - do you use a humidifyer? [Re: jilly]  
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Yes I definitely think a balanced humidity mix is important in every environment. Too dry and it hurts your skin. Too wet and it causes mold. So finding that balance is key.


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#395599 - 02/15/10 08:14 AM Re: Stress reduction - do you use a humidifyer? [Re: Lisa Shea]  
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It's been so wet here these last two months that we haven't thought about dryness so much.

I suppose if I lived back east I'd want a dehumidifier. I remember growing up in New York and dealing with humidity. I always feel dirty when it's even the slightest bit humid.

I guess people adjust usually, to where they live.

Once we have people living on space stations, they can just set the atmospherics for perfect ranges of human temperature and humidity. I bet a lot of people would enjoy that. smile


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#397765 - 03/27/10 05:45 AM Re: Stress reduction - do you use a humidifyer? [Re: jilly]  
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On one hand I really enjoy the seasons and the temperatures and so on. I think it's healthy for us to experience those ranges.

On the other hand, when the basement gets covered in mold and we are scraping fungus off our motorcycle boots, I think it's time to get a dehumidifier running smile


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