The benefits of a steel rainwater tank

Queenslandwide steel rainwater tanks are an increasingly common sight across the Australian suburban landscape, and for good reason. We live in a hot, dry country where every drop counts, and many homeowners are eager to protect the earth’s precious resources and save money at the same time. While earlier models tended to be bulky and unattractive, the latest domestic water tanks are specially designed to fit into awkward spaces and complement modern architecture. Steel is proving to be the correct choice, not only for its stylish looks, but for its durability.

Space is a premium on urban blocks with smaller land sizes. Because of this Queenslandwide’s extensive range of custom-size slimline water tanks are increasingly popular in urban areas of Australia, where space is a real problem. These slimline water tanks have evolved so oval tanks, rectangular tanks and other configurations meet the needs of customers who don’t have the space to fit the traditional round water tanks on their blocks.

The benefits of a steel rainwater tank for your home are considerable and will offer you plenty of return on your investment, and you don’t need to live in a rain forest area or a high rain density area to have one.

Australia is now embracing the water tank phenomenon and at Queenslandwide Tanks, we are here to help you with all you need to know when it comes to rainwater harvesting. When you invest in a Aquaplate water tank, you will be able to collect most of the rain that falls on your roof if you have it connected to your gutters and downpipes. For example, if 10mm of rain falls onto about 100m2 of your roof, you will collect about 1000 Litres of rainwater into your water tank. Just imagine, after 4 days of light rain you could easily harvest around 4000 litres of rainwater.

The benefit of rainwater tanks are endless and of course ensures that your home becomes environmentally friendly. You can reduce the amount of water used from the main supply therefore reducing your drain on this precious resource. By reducing the demand on mains water to your home, you will reduce your water bills, and by connecting the rainwater tank to a rainwater pump you will be able to water your gardens, wash your cars and fill your swimming pool whenever you want at no cost.

The other benefits of installing a Slimline rain water tank in your home are the government rebates now available to residents across Australia. And did you know that rainwater is actually less salty than dam supplies therefore it is much healthier for your gardens and appliances like your washing machine as they will actually be better of using rain water. The other benefit of owning rain water tanks means that you will never have to worry about water restrictions around the home for washing your car and watering your garden.

Imagine how easy it would be to wash your car with rainwater whenever you like, and imagine how beautiful your lawn and plants are going to look when you start using rainwater for your garden.

It’s best to use the water in the tank on a regular basis so there is always storage capacity available in the water tank when it rains. By connecting your water tank to a washing machine or toilet, you will get good use of the tanks supply and will allow rainfall to re-fill the rain water tank more often. By using the water tank this way you will maximize the amount of rainwater you will harvest and the money you will save.

If you are looking for Steel Tanks Brisbane, Slimline Tanks Brisbane or Water Tanks Brisbane

Have Cane Will Travel – Disabled Travel in Australia

Award-winning comedy writer, Ian Heydon (Kingswood Country, How Green Was My Cactus, The Samuel Pepys Show, The Year My Country Broke) recently took out an unexpected award – for writing about travelling with a disability.

In 2010 Ian was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. That led to the question – what does a writer who has a disability and who loves to travel write about? The answer was pretty obvious. Because Ian uses a cane for mobility assistance, he built a website called Cane & Able Travel and that site won the inaugural Business disAbility Award for Business Innovation in 2012.

Back in 2003, Ian had a travel book on Australia published called The Small Guide to A Big Country (Explore) and he subsequently bought a travel agent’s licence (Small Guide Travel). Much of Ian’s research for that book is still valid. As Ian says, “They haven’t moved the Sydney Opera House or most of Australia’s main attractions, so all I really needed to do was update where necessary and add the accessibility and disability facility information. It’s a bonus that the Small Guide Travel consultants can assist with itinerary advice and bookings.”

When Ian travels these days he uses both a cane and a wheelchair for getting around. “Before my diagnosis with MS I guess I felt a bit of pity when I saw other people in wheelchairs. I didn’t realise that wheelchairs give a person with a disability so much freedom. Mine allows me to get around much better at airports, especially when the boarding gate can be a fair distance from check-in, and it makes art galleries, museums and theatre so much more accessible and enjoyable.”

Ian first took his wheelchair on a trip to Dubai, London and Paris in 2012. While there are websites with attractions and disability information for those destinations in the pipeline, Ian’s first priority is writing about Australia. In late 2012 he visited Cairns and road-tested attractions like Skyrail and Quicksilver’s Great Barrier Reef as well as disabled-friendly accommodation. From this came the destination specific website, Cairns Disabled Travel.

The next cab of the rank was Canberra. According to Ian, Canberra is arguably Australia’s most rewarding destination for travellers with a disability. “There are flights from all other major cities and centres, they have an excellent public transport and wheelchair-assisted taxi system and all the major attractions are accessible, with many of them free. There’s excellent accommodation, terrific restaurants and bars and so much to see and do. It really is a fabulous tourist destination. Sure, after a couple of weeks there might be some thumb twiddling but for a few days away it is fabulous.” Ian visited Canberra in 2011 and 2013 to research accessible accommodation and attractions and the Canberra Disabled Travel website is now live.

Ian has a multi-destination itinerary on the drawing board for all Australian capital cities and major regional centres so you could see him soon in your part of the country. But the Kingswood? No, he won’t be taking the Kingswood!

MALE MULTIPLE ORGASM : TEN STEPS TO SUCCESS

I would like to expand your thinking about male multiple orgasms. My name is Aleena Aspley and I have been working with men coaching and teaching male multiple orgasm for nearly 9 years. I have seen many regular male orgasms, where a male builds to orgasm and ejaculates. This experience is called a genital orgasm, and every male on the planet is wired to experience a genital orgasm. It is nature’s desire, that a man ejaculates every time he has an orgasm and the male body comes wired for procreational sex.

Male Multiple Orgasm is a passion of mine. I have also taught many men how to last longer and re-train their male body to become multi-orgasmic.

WHAT IS MALE MULTIPLE ORGASM?
A male multiple orgasm, or cellular full-body orgasm, is an orgasm that can be felt in every cell of the body. When a male has a full-body orgasm, he can be aroused to the point of no return and continue into an extended full-body cellular orgasm without ejaculation. I have safely taught many adult males to experience over 30 minutes, or more, of orgasm after orgasm, without ejaculating.

Guys, it is hard to imagine, this superior orgasmic experience, if you haven’t had one! However, if you were able to pleasure your partner, for as long as you wanted, with a rock hard erection, without stopping and changing positions, or using head control tactics period, then you wouldn’t want it any other way!

WHAT IS AN ORGASM?
Energy is the answer, orgasm is energy. Humans are very successful, at harnessing energy, to make our world an easier place to live. We can position solar panels, on the roof of a house, to harness the sun’s energy and power our homes with electricity. We can convert crude oil, into petroleum products, to power our car.

Men can learn to harness, their male sexual energy, by practicing my simple solo masturbation techniques below. The male body does learn very quickly, how to power its’ owners, basic genital orgasm, into intense dimensions, of full-body multiple ecstasy.

10 TIPS TO BECOME MULTI-ORGASMIC

  1. Solo Masturbation – Take it slow, lie down and close your eyes and stimulate slowly.

  2. Breathe – Breath slowly into the abdomen. Breathe in your nose and slowly out of your mouth.

  3. Movement – Move your hips. Stiff hips, can quickly accelerate a man to the point of no return. Allow your body, and hips, to move with enjoyment and freedom.

  4. Sound – Breathe in your nose and out of your mouth, with an “Aarrrgh”, upward sound. Sound moves erotic energy, from the genitals and upwards into the body. I believe, males are unconsciously wired to make no sound, that’s why many women are multi-orgasmic. Note: grunts and blowing sounds are no good either!

  5. Intention – Lift your chin, so that your eyes are shut and looking upwards. Energy follows your eyes, and your intention is to expand your orgasm into your whole body.

  6. Relax – If you are having problems with brain chatter, then consider relaxing your whole body, starting from your feet and moving upwards to the top of your head. Male multiple orgasm is achieved, when a males brain waves are in Theta (relaxed just like when you first wake up in the morning).

  7. Arousal – Masturbate SLOWLY, for at least 30 minutes or longer, at least 3 times a week. By the way, masturbating quickly, will re-wire your male body to reach orgasm with speed, so SLOW DOWN! When your arousal builds to 8 out of 10, stop masturbating, breathe, moan and imagine your erotic energy, flowing into every cell of your body. When your arousal backs off, then you can slowly start masturbating again.

  8. Conscious Touch – Relax and feel, the wonderful sensations within your body, as you slowly arouse yourself.

  9. Practice makes Perfect – If you want to be good at any task, then practicing often is the key to success. Solo masturbation, is the best way for a man, to re-train his male body to experience multiple orgasm.

  10. Find a Professional Tantra Coach - do a search on the internet for a Tantra Professional who specialises in Male Multiple Orgasm.

FIND A TANTRA PROFESSIONAL

It is much easier, to quickly learn to become a multi-orgasmic man, by finding a Certified Somatic Sexologist (also known as a Sexological Bodyworker) or professional Tantric Sex Coach. There are many Tantra sexuality coaches, popping up all over the internet, however, during your coaching session, if your Tantric Sex Coach is not coaching my steps 1 through to 8, then you are just being overcharged and in an ordinary massage session.

 

ABOUT ME
Aleena Aspley, from Brisbane Australia, is a Certified Somatic Sexologist (aka Sexological Bodyworker) and Professional Tantric Sex Coach. It is Aleena’s passion, as a sex educator, to educate people of all genders to enjoy safe sex practices, to become better lovers, by enriching their sexual relationship connection with their partner and create sexual harmony in the bedroom.

Aleena is the founder of Male Multiples Makeover, Kinkassage, Tantra Kinkassage and Tantra Fantasy. Do choose the following websites for more information.
www.TantraFantasy.com.auwww.MaleMultiplesMakeover.com and www.Kinkassage.com

What is Baltic Amber?

Many people don’t realise that amber is actually tree resin, not a stone. More specifically, it is the fossilized resin from an extinct species of trees, and is millions of years old!

What makes Baltic Amber special?
Baltic Amber has an active ingredient called Succinic Acid, which has been known to have many medicinal qualities. Succinic Acid is a natural analgesic that assists with pain relief.

Succinic acid is now produced commercially and is approved for use by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

Baltic Amber teething necklaces have been a source of traditional healing passed on for many generations and are widely used and treasured throughout Europe as unparalleled alternative medicine with proven health benefits.

Baltic amber in ancient times
While some of us here in Australia may think that amber necklaces are quite a new thing, even in ancient times infants were given amber necklaces to wear.

Amber was thought to contain magical powers, and it was widely known to have healing properties. Besides the healing properties, infants were given the necklaces to guard against baby swapping, offer protection from evil forces, and help against witchcraft!

Ancient Germanic tribes such as the Goths, Nordic peoples, Celts, Romans, Greeks, Arabs and Chinese, all valued amber for its beauty and protection.

Amber necklaces as a baby teething remedy
Baltic Amber is popular with baby teething products as it helps with pain relief, it has a calming affect and it stimulates the thyroid to assist with the redness and drooling associated with teething.

Baltic Amber necklaces are made for wearing, not for chewing. By wearing Baltic Amber close to the skin, the amber produces an oil (rich in Succinic Acid) which your skin then absorbs into the body.

Baltic Amber teething necklaces are the ideal solution when you choose to care for your baby in a natural way.

Silicone Teething Necklaces
It’s a well known fact that babies and toddlers love to chew when they are teething.

They will chew on anything they can get their hands on! Our necklaces are designed so that they can have a safe and soft product to chew on when teething.

These necklaces also provide a stimulating object for babies to play with while breastfeeding.

Not only functional, these necklaces are fashionable and look great with any outfit. It can be very difficult for mums to wear long necklaces or jewellery with babies and toddlers, as they love to grab everything and can very quickly break an expensive piece of jewellery.

Our silicone teething products are made with the highest quality 100% food grade silicone, and are guaranteed to be BPA and PVC free.

All Beauty of Amber silicone necklaces have been tested and are fully compliant with Australian & New Zealand Standards (AS/NZS IOS 8124-1:2010).

Why choose Beauty of Amber?
Beauty of Amber specialise in Baltic Amber teething products, all of which are hand-crafted and made with authentic Baltic amber. Our genuine Baltic Amber is of the highest quality and sourced only from the Baltic Regions of Europe. We also have an extensive range of Silicone teething necklaces.

We are passionate about natural alternatives when dealing with the pain associated with teething, and offer excellent customer service.

The Typical Queenslander Style Home

When you think of a typical Queenslander, apart from the massive stilts and open-plan design, one of the most recognisable qualities is the corrugated iron roof.

Since the 1840s when Australia was first developing, corrugated iron has been considered one of the best materials to use for roofing. Because of it’s lightweight, sturdy properties, it is the ideal material to use in terms of easy transportation and construction as well as protection.

Although it is a relatively strong, fire proof and weather-resistant material, if exposed to water (particularly salt) rusting is inevitable. This is why it is extremely important to coat the steel in a layer of paint in order for it to remain protected.

Even today this roofing remains to be one of the most popular choices in materials for a range of reasons. Its flexibility, strength and thin sizing allows for quick repairs, relatively cheap installation and durability with little maintenance.

Apart from the practical side of things, there is also the aesthetics. The typically 3 inch curves rolling into one another create a very symmetrical feel, breaking up the angles of the rest of the house and creating a harmonious contrast.

Since iron is quite a durable material itself, compared to wood it is very easy to prepare for installation. Instead of needing to purchase an expensive sealant, a few layers of paint will generally be enough to prevent any damage.

One aspect of corrugated iron that can pose a genuine issue is the fact that the wavelengths of most sounds are echoed loudly into the tube of the corrugated iron. This means that any noise close to or coming into contact with the roof is going to release a high pitched “ping”. This can be a genuine issue for Queenslanders as falling tree branches and wildlife are a part of our every day lives.

On the other hand, the echo can be the perfect culprit to amplify raindrops into a soothing lullaby and because of the shape of the typically 3 inch tubing and smoothness of the iron, the water runs straight down and off the roof, making cleaning very manageable. Also because it is a very thin material it allows the house to stay cool in the warm summers, making it the ideal choice for a house in Queensland. For roof restoration Brisbane, contact Retro Roof Restoration.

The iron sheets themselves are relatively cheap and can be purchased with a coat of Colorbond or made galvanised to order. They range from around 5 to 45 dollars per sheet depending on the size of the sheet and what coating you have selected.

Compared with other common roofing materials such as clay, slate, concrete, wood, Spanish and asphalt, corrugated iron is often said to be one of the most durable and certainly one of the most cost-effective.

So whether it’s the classic sound of rain on the tin roof, or the practical desires of someone looking for a sturdy home, or anyone who doesn’t want to waste their precious pennies, it is no surprise that corrugated iron is one of the most popular choices in Queensland.