2021.10.23 17:58 DynastyNs First Indoor Plant- Very Dry- FOCUS: Health Benefits, Low Priced, Ease!
First time I have considered buying a couple of house plants as I love the sleek, modern look of my brother's tall snake plants in his home and home office.
Desert-dry climate, basement office (very limited lighting from a small window).
I want affordable, clean, long-living, easy (low watemaintenance as otherwise I might accidently kill it) and especially high-health-benefit plants. Snake plants already have my attention but what are my most healthy, affordable, and easy plants?
Is there any reputable website that ranks or shows my best options? Several websites say generalities ("requires little water and improves your health") but there are potentially dozens like that.
Which indoor plants are literally the most healthy? Then, which of those require the least maintenance/water? Those will be my WINNERS! Thanks!
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2021.10.23 17:58 CactusCoefficient A Wayne Shorter classic straight from Purdue University!
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2021.10.23 17:58 SweNFSW Df
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2021.10.23 17:58 Nut_Dough1 I own a small rice cooker. Haiyaa or Fuiyoh?
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2021.10.23 17:58 Pirate-Fantastic We Hate You
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2021.10.23 17:58 Melodic-Replacement4 This girls croagunk was on roids swtg he dodged every other attack even with eldegoss cotton down ability
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2021.10.23 17:58 blue-moon-motel bro stop downvoting me ur gna make me 👅👅
2021.10.23 17:58 Tall_Ordinary_4843 When I talk to him it feels like i’m forcing it
to explain it further when we are having a great conversation it feels so fake. It doesn’t feel as if i’m being truly myself which idk why I feel that way. I think he’s so funny but it might be because i’m trying to recover from being hyper focused by the way he expresses himself/talks. I truly want to love him and recover from this because I know how much this relationship truly means to me under all these perceptions and flaws but I hate feeling like i’m not “myself” when i’m talking with him.
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2021.10.23 17:58 Skyline412drones USGP - Austin Qualifying Online streaming link
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2021.10.23 17:58 Boedmi A night out drinking
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2021.10.23 17:58 atad2much The 73 year old man that was shot at an ATM in Falls Church died (Killer is still at-large)
2021.10.23 17:58 hherrera1229 [W] [US-CA] Looking for a Delta Electronics 1050W DPS-1000DB A Rev 00F Power Supply
Seen a few on ebay but figured I'd check if anyone on here have any they no longer need and are looking to sell. Shoot me a PM if you are! I'm in the Los Angeles area.
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2021.10.23 17:58 DiggerTony Is it possible to BRRRR in Canada?
I’ve been reading a bit about the BRRRR method and it seems to me that even with a decent income/down payment it’s hard to get any properties to cash flow? Using the 1% rule, it seems as if anything over the ~150k mark won’t produce cash flow, which is a problem since the average price of a home in my area is around 900k. I’d like to make it work as I can save a lot on renovations as I’m a carpenter myself, but even with discounted labour I can’t seem to make the numbers work out. Am I missing anything?
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2021.10.23 17:58 TBCSM Good job seven year old tho
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2021.10.23 17:58 Meyers77 Adopted and meeting family for the first time. What should I bring as a gift?
I was adopted at birth and met my birth mother at 16. She always told me my father was a man named Jim. I spoke to him a few times over the years and we follow each other on social media but never met. I did, however, meet his son who would be my half brother. I recently sent in a DNA sample to ancestry and found out that Jim isn’t my father after all. A cousin through my actual birth father messaged me on ancestry and long story short, I’m going to meet her and her mom(my aunt) tomorrow. I want to bring a gift but I’m it sure what to bring
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2021.10.23 17:58 mooseymcmango My (freshly tidied-up) Setup
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2021.10.23 17:58 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Sports] - Dodgers vs. Braves prediction: LA will force Game 7 | NY Post
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2021.10.23 17:58 TheImaginariumGuy My first challah! On makeshift cooling rack.
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2021.10.23 17:58 jordibeard Cannondale Supersix Evo head tube crack
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2021.10.23 17:58 Crescendo104 Anyone else always read the introduction after finishing the novel?
I read a lot of classics. In fact, I'd say that it's my favorite "genre" (using the term loosely as obviously classics are of all different genres), but it always seems as though the introductions are aimed at people who are rereading and picking up a new edition or translation, rather than first-time readers. Now, for world literature, I do indeed usually read the translator's note, but as far as the introductions go, my copies of Jane Eyre, Crime and Punishment, Anna Karenina, The Trial (the list goes on) are absolutely riddled with spoilers. They're still usually very insightful, but I always prefer to read them afterward for obvious reasons.
This doesn't seem to be as common of an issue for modern literature, but I'm still curious if anyone else has this same habit.
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2021.10.23 17:58 1MockZ Making the left hand just as versatile as the right…thoughts?
I’ve been playing drums for over 13 years, and I really want to crack down on my left hand not bouncing/controlling the stick as well as my right. (I play matched grip.) I notice when I’m not directly focusing on it, my left hand relies more on wrist/arm motion over fingefulcrum movement.
It feels like when you only know how to bounce a basketball with one hand and you switch to the other hand - one ‘knows’ how to encourage the arc of motion, where the other almost forces the motion.
So I’ve stepped away from the set for a while and have gone back to practicing on the drum pad. I’m hoping that really focusing on my left hand - and comparing how the motion of the stick feels in each hand - will help out.
I’m also thinking of going back to Tommy Igoe’s Great Hands For A Lifetime.
Do y’all have any thoughts on this? Have you experienced something similar?
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2021.10.23 17:58 Original-Ad678 His name will be Hanma
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2021.10.23 17:58 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Sports] - Lance Stephenson to play in G League, hoping for NBA second chance | NY Post
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2021.10.23 17:58 hodlcurecovid What the HEX? Where does it come from now #3 in marketcap???
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2021.10.23 17:58 NoEnd9111 My updated Soundwave design!
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