Why is vaping eliquids so popular today

More than twenty years ago, smoking was very popular, almost considered a “must have” for those years fashion. Today people focus on a healthy lifestyle and the already smokers are trying to change this bad habbit as well. One of the best ways to do that so far is vaping eliquids instead of smoking tabacco.

If you decide to try out vaping eliquids, you shoud know that even British Charities such as British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK, but also the Royal College of Physicians are encouraging the change from a tabacco cigarette to an e-cigarette. Professor John Britton said that vaping has the potential to prevent premature death and disease caused by smoking if you make the change in time. Accourding to the Office for National Statistics, more than 860.000 people wich are ex-smokers, are currently  users of e-cigarettes.

The plenty of tasty the flavors you can choose from is absolutely mind-blowing!  FreeSmoke UK Vape Shop is the place where you can find many natural flavors such as strawberries or cherries, banana or vanilla, as well as artificial flavours such as tabacco, ice or peanut butter. If you’d like to try something different, you can mix up the flavours as you wish! Also, if you’re not so into mixing and pouring, you cand choose an already mixed eliquid, such as „Teddy Milk”, wich contains milk, cocoa, peanuts butter and biscuits flavours, you will love.

The smart thing in vaping eliquids is that you can choose the amount of nicotine you want for the product you will to buy. You can choose from 0mg to 6mg nicotine strength and still enjoy the pleasure of vaping your favorite flavour.

Vaping eliquids is also smart because you can enjoy the sensation of tasting your favorite mix of flavours without harming not only yourself, but it’s safe for your loved ones too! In compare with tabacco, the smoke from vaping is not dangerous for children or pets and it has a nice smell. Also, it won’t darken your walls if you use to smoke in the house, because nothing is burning there, as in the case of a classic cigarette.
Vaping eliquids is also smart because it’s money-friendly! Just think about all the money you spent in the last year on cigarettes, every month or every single day. A pack of cigarettes it’s enough for only couple of days or even less and has an average price, but a bottle of eliquid shoud be enough for more than two weeks and it’s so much cheaper than tabacco. Get the best offers from FreeSmoke – Eliquid Shop in UK.
Being popular is not so hard to achieve such it was in the high school, but vaping eliquids became popular because the reasons from above and many more.

Hey…how did this get here?

I discovered yesterday that one of the surprise letters from outside North America I received while away was addressed mostly correctly…except for the country! It was addressed to the U.S.A…so I guess someone in the US Postal Service knows that Winnipeg is up here in Canada and shoveled it this way! (I had a picture, but my camera is misbehaving, I’m afraid there may be sand inside of it from the beach, I also wanted to show you a picture of a neat stamp celebrating mail orders, but the focus part of the camera is the part that’s not working…) You’ll just have to believe me about the mis-address. I continue to be impressed with the postal services of the world!

I’ve managed to respond to five letters so far, I’m slowing down now though, as I’m getting to the lovely longer letters, which of course, need to responded to in kind! I still expect to be caught up by the end of the month. (Maaaaybe a little earlier.)

I took a how-to-draw book on sea creatures down south with me, the porpoise is a result. I was quite pleased with what I could accomplish with the help of the book, and am now on the look out for more of them.

In this photo you can see two of the new Canadian stamps for 2012 – a Daylily stamp, and a stamp celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Apparently there will be another Jubilee stamp made available in April, as well.

Because I was away in January, I missed the Chinese New Year’s stamp (Dragon, this time,) part of a series that has been really popular with my correspondents. But you can still look forward to seeing baby caribou stamps from me, and perhaps a Joe Fafard cow stamp or two as part of the continuing “Art Canada” stamp series. I saw some of Mr. Fafard’s sculptures at the Winnipeg Art Gallery a few years ago, which was neat. Also neat – according to the Canada Post website – “From April of 1951 to October 31, 1969, Joe Fafard’s father, Leopold Victor Fafard, was the postmaster for the small town prairie post office of Ste. Marthe-Rocanville, Saskatchewan.” I’ll definitely have to try and get hold of some of them to share!

Tomorrow I’m going to go to the Michael’s craft store and see if I can find anything fun, they’re having some sort of card stock sale this week here, I’m also hoping for discounted Valentine’s Day stamps, which I’d be happy to hold on to until next year – actually I have some half-completed Valentine’s Day cards that I didn’t quite finish before leaving on vacation this year that I’m working on finishing this week, just to get them off of my desk! (And into my closet.)

Would anyone happen to have sand-removal tips for a camera? Hope you’re having good days!

“Vintage” Stamps!

Good morning! And now for a tale of closet-spelunking…

This, obviously, is not a closet. However, you can see in the top right of the bookshelf, the organized portion of a stamp collection I inherited when I was around nine or ten, and which I was re-aquainted with this past week as I went for a plunge in my clothes closet. While flipping through some of the binders, I discovered that there were repeats of a number of never-used Canadian stamps, mostly, I believe, from the 80′s and early 90′s. So now I’m going to be using them to send mail whenever the occasion arises! Some of rather odd denominations (I have a significant supply of 17 cent stamps for example) Here are some photographs of the most striking…

Yes, Canada is one of the Commonwealth realms, and our titular head of state remains Queen Elizabeth 2. I was thinking that some of these stamps would go along well with the new diamond jubilee stamps – if I can get hold of some of the new queen stamps. (Didn’t have any luck last trip to the post office.)


Sadly the photography here is fuzzy, but I found just these four stamps of famous Canada-lit characters – including two of every Canadian’s favourite orphan, Anne Shirley (of Green Gables.) Write me to let me know if you want one of these!

I also found one stamp showing curling, a (if you ask me) very strange ice sport brought to Canada by Scottish emigrants. While on vacation in Texas, a fellow Manitoban Canadian asked me if I had any news about the provincial curling team scores. He was quite disappointed I had no information.

I like these stamps particularly well because they’re so bright, and I don’t see very many stamps which are of actual air photographs.

Stuff-

Also in the photograph of my bookshelf, you’ll perhaps notice a something in a frame under the table lamp. This is my first ever completed counted cross-stitch.It’s far from perfect (I ran out of thread and failed to properly match the replacement colors.) However, it kept me busy on the rainy days on the gulf, and I would not be entirely opposed to trying another project in the future.

In fact, I have a few (much smaller) patterns for culinary herbs that I’m contemplating for use in card making.

Outbound mail –

As for what mail I sent out last week – I was able to get a lot done – and only have two letters left before I can declare myself all caught up again. I am now able to look forward to mail delivery with pleasure again, rather then with dread! I also look forward to feeling like I have more time to indulge my mail-art tendencies again, over the past month I’ve been concentrating on just getting reply letters written and out, and haven’t been able to play around with envelope embellishments very much.

I did at last make use of a magazine cut-out I’ve had for a long while, of an elderly lady (she’s apparently an eastern European Romani lady, with her first cell phone.) The juxtaposition of age and tradition with modernity amused both myself and the magazine photographer.  And I thought the quotation went with it well, too.

See you at the mailbox!