Ymojohnson9

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  • Joined Mar 24, 2021

  • Living in Stamford, United States

  • Last active Dec 06, 2021

Ymojohnson9

August 16, 2021

Yes and no. Crypto mining utilizes a lot of electrical energy and more often than not, yours and most people's sources of electrical energy is from non-sustainable sources, which is why it is considered bad for the environment.Now, if you know that you are utilizing sustainable energy sources, like solar, wind, etc, then it's not technically bad for the environment.Some cryptocurrencies are trying to also adapt to require less electrical energy to sustain the blockchain, also making them more sustainable for the environment. It's really depending on the cryptocurrency you are mining and the source of your electrical energy.

Ymojohnson9

April 13, 2021

Disclaimer: I think this definitely varies based on a person/couple's interests. When choosing, think about what you enjoy doing: hiking, kayaking, relaxing, etcHawaii: it's absolutely beautiful and a known honeymoon spot. There's beaches to relax and various opportunities for hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, etc. If you're searching for romantic activities, there are various hotels with spas for couples massages. A plus is the weather tends to be great all year.Italy: Another romantic destination that can include amazing food and wine. There are various vineyards where you can tour and taste. While their winters aren't usually horrible, if you're looking for warm weather, it limits you with what time of year you can go.Caribbean: Similar to Hawaii but on a slightly smaller scale.DIsney World: This is a bit of a niche honeymoon destination and really only plausible if that's what you're into.Paris: Another romantic destination, as is most of France, with all its cafes and restaurants. There is definitely exploring to do as well, although less of the more adventuring "sports" like kayaking, snorkeling, etc that you'd have somewhere like Hawaii.

Ymojohnson9

April 11, 2021

So here are a few tips, and you can take from them any which may apply/work for you:1. Try to keep your sleeping area/space separate from the space where you spend most of the day (ie: if possible, don't set up your work space in the bedroom)2. Try to limit screen time and turn off screens 30-60 minutes before you want to sleep3. If you can exercise, do so as it will exhaust your body4. Meditation, it helps clear your mind and allow better rest5. Melatonin supplement. Your body already produces melatonin, but sometimes taking a supplement of it can boost your body's response to it and allow you to better regulate your sleep schedule/rhythm6. Some people need complete silence or darkness to sleep, if you're one of those people, try to create an environment that will promote better sleep. This can also include temperature (for example, I sleep better when it's a little colder and have a harder time sleeping if it's too hot in my house).7. Some people need a white noise machine, either the sound of rain or water.

Ymojohnson9

April 11, 2021

Swimming is usually said to be better cardio than jogging. For starters, you're using your legs and your arms, whereas with jogging, it's mostly limited to your legs. Because you're using more of your body, and building strength in more than just your legs, it's seen as a more complete workout.Breathing is very important when working out, and it's important to learn to regulate it. I would argue that swimming forces you to learn to regulate your breathing more effectively than jogging.Also, because you're in water, your body doesn't feel the impact of the cardio as severely as with jogging. It's less strain on your body.

Ymojohnson9

April 06, 2021

Mainly because they can't regulate it or make a profit from it.Basically, Bitcoin (and other cryptos) can eliminate the need for a "middle-man" like the bank, or other regulatory bodies. It also allows for people using it to remain anonymous and therefore not declare their income or other transactions. Meaning that the government can't tax it or control it.

Ymojohnson9

April 06, 2021

There's a Thai restaurant not too far from me that has the BEST food. Their dumplings are amazing. I normally order a beef and broccoli in a brown sauce as my main dish. It is incredible.(To be honest, anything they make is incredible. My husband usually orders the Pad See Ew)

Ymojohnson9

April 03, 2021

If an earthquake occurs, you'll want to stand or crouch under something that would be stable (and hold shape if anything were to fall down around you).Some of those places could be: in doorways, where the frame would remain stable whereas a ceiling or furniture could fall around you.Under a desk, preferrably metal, which would retain it's shape if things were to fall on and around it.If you know an earthquake is coming, try to gather some last minute supplies like a phone and water, so ideally you'd be able to communicate out and stay hydrated if you have to wait for rescue.

Ymojohnson9

April 02, 2021

One of the main causes of tsunamis is when an earthquake happens underwater, for example in the ocean. It sets of almost a ripple effect of waves that gradually get bigger and bigger, meaning from a physics perspective both the top part of the wave and the bottom part of a wave get bigger (which is why before a tsunami, you see a lot of the water go out to sea before coming back in a huge wave).

Ymojohnson9

March 25, 2021

For starters, a lot of the coastline of continents would move inland, meaning if you live within x miles of the coast, your house will be under water. Because all of that ice melting means sea levels will rise to accomodate all of that extra water.Also, in order for all that ice to melt, the temperatures in that region would need to be really high up, disrupting an entire ecosystem.

Ymojohnson9

March 24, 2021

Depending on where you are going and for how long, you can pick and choose from this list:- water, water bottle, canteen- wipes, I normally like to bring baby wipes in case there is no easy place to bathe, it helps clean off your sweat/dirt and it doesn't weigh much- lantern or light source or flashlight . We also have a headlamp thing, so we don't have to hold something while we're going to the bathroom in the dark.- food and snacks. I almost always have some sort of protein bar on me in case by blood sugar drops- camping stove, if you have the budget and space- extra batteries, for the lantern or flashlight.- a map of the area in case you lose cell signal and can't get access to GPS- extra battery packs for cell phones or other electronics, if you choose. They make some options that are solar powered, so it's more "nature friendly"- good comfortable shoes if you need to hike out to a campsite- bug spray or bug repellent. Camping usually involves bugs.(There's so many more options, depending on the details of your camping trip. There are a ton of books out there to help prepare for more specific camping trips in specific climates or areas).

Credentials & Highlights

  • Joined Mar 24, 2021

  • Living in Stamford, United States

  • Last active Dec 06, 2021