Best of Let’s Reach Success in 2014 42

Happy New Year, lovely people! I spent another great year blogging here. With more readers, new visitors, followers, shares and views, I can move on to 2015 and keep trying to inspire, encourage and inform with my posts. Thank you all for being a part of that. Here is a review of the best content of each month:

January

The Zen Alphabet Success in Disguise 10 Small Acts of Kindness That Will Make a Big Difference Attitude of Gratitude Eliminating What is Holding You Back

February

Slow Down and Enjoy Successes So Far How to Leave a Great Legacy Lessons Learned in 22 Years

March

The Superpowers We Wish We Had Going with The Flow From Disappointment to Healthy Relationships The Only Way to Get What You Want

April

How to Turn Darkness into Light Signs of Spiritual Awakening Refinding Magic: Lessons from Alice in Wonderland

May Published my first book.

The Tao of Happiness A Shooting Star and The Importance of Knowing What You Want Happiness: You’re Doing it Wrong

June

20 Things Life is Too Short For The Root of Our Problems

July

When You Feel Lost The Reason You Wake Up

August

How to Live in a Non-Understanding World Why It’s Not So Hard to Succeed How to Get Paid to Do What You Love

September Started contributing to Lifehack.

How Focus Leads to Great Results Wasted Potential Things I Choose to Do in My 20s Letting Go of Anger

October

How to Travel Light through The Journey of Life Become One, End Inequality and Live in Peace 8 Remarkable Things to Do with Your Life What’s Your Hero Story

November

Success 101: What it Really Takes to Succeed 12 Steps to Building the Ideal Lifestyle Why Have a Morning Routine The Path to a Free, Happy and Simple Life The Happiness Formula: How to Choose to Be Happy

December I reached 4,000 followers.

Simple Ways to Deal with Anxiety During the Holidays Why We Don’t Get Things Done Who We Really Are

And here’s the best of Let’s Reach Success in 2015.

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What is Heating Oil and How Can You Use It 14

What is Heating Oil and How Can You Use It

When it comes to heating fuel, everybody is looking for economical and easy to use options. If you are a fan of simple, old-fashioned things, heating oil is the perfect solution for you.

When we are talking about heating oil, we are referring to liquid petroleum, a product which has low viscosity and can be used as fuel in boilers or heating systems from buildings. The product is also known as HHO.

Products manufactured form heating oil look a lot like diesel and motor fuel. From this point of view, it’s understandable that you can use it for motors as well.

The difference is notable in terms of taxes because the heating oil is available with reduced taxes. A simple analysis takes us to the conclusion that heating oil is more economical than motor fuel and this sounds good.

If you care about packaging, you should know that the heating oil is delivered to the buildings that use it in tank trucks. These vehicles can reach commercial, municipal and residential buildings.

Sometimes, underground tanks can store the oil until it is used. The vehicles holding heating oil are driven by the so-called Oil Tank Experts“. So, even if there might be a concern connected to polluting the environment by leaks and pipes, these people make sure that nothing bad happens. Every rule and regulation regarding transport and storage is respect from the beginning to the end.

How the United States and Canada Use Heating Oil

The United States recognizes heating oil as the second most used fuel. Both individuals and companies recognize its advantages. It is generally distributed from other small businesses because it would be difficult to give it to people right from the tank.

What is the K-factor referring to?

The K-factor states the degrading level for each day. Also, it refers to the oil’s temperature depending on the quantity consumed by a regular customer and on the difference between the high and low outside temperature. The K-factor is connected to the degree day.

Degree days refer to a temperature lower than 65 °F. The K factor refers to the number of oil gallons a consumer needs for heating an average space until it can surpass a temperature below 65 °F.

If we know the K-factor, it’s easy to analyze how many gallons per cold season people and organizations need. In this way, we can estimate the impact on the environment.

Now that you have found out more about heating oil, do you think that you will start using it? If you want, you can look for more information on the matter and, after you know more, you can decide.

If you will reach the conclusion that you want to start using it, make sure that you follow all the instructions when you use the oil for heating your house or working place.