only have a schitt in a pub - that way you save on bog roll and air freshner.
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I've had a few brambles and apples too.
A friend has started volunteering with the attached. All details in the link. There's a few centres around Darlington and one near Hartlepool. In a nutshell, £35 worth of food for £7.50. Hope it's worthwhile for some.
Eh? Do you set your alarm to unplug your phone and laptop in the middle of the night. Once charged they will use milliWatts. Negligible.Turn all electric stuff off overnight, i dont plug my phone/laptop charging all night like i used to. TVs go off at the wall. All lights go off, no need for toilet light on all night.
We've got small kids and they like having a light on either in the bog or the landing otherwise its pitch black, and the mrs used to pamper them and leave one on, aswell lamps in their rooms. No chance now, i switch them all off. I WFH so my electric bill is high as **** anyway now with 2 phones on charge, laptop, printer, dock, multi screen etc so i dont charge stuff overnight like i used to, and i switch all plugs off on a night so they aren't charging or even on standby overnight anymore and i go round and switch the kids TVs and consoles off standby too, no idea how much it helps, but it helps and it takes me 30 seconds and rest easier knowing im trying my best to bring my bills down.Eh? Do you set your alarm to unplug your phone and laptop in the middle of the night. Once charged they will use milliWatts. Negligible.
Toilet light on all night? WTF?
Does your device no good been plugged in all the time either.Yeah you can charge an iPhone every day for a year and it'll cost about a quid, maybe 2 quid with the recent rises now
Old stuff on standby used to use more power but modern stuff should be negligible