Portable Air Purifiers

If you have family members with allergies, you understand the need for pure indoor air.

Air inside a home might be 2 to 5 times more contaminated with pollutants than outdoor air.

All air purifiers are not alike. CADR is the rating given by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers. This rating represents how well an air purifier actually works.

The right type of filters, including HEPA, is key, along with fans to cycle the air through these filters. Also important is that the unit can acommodate the right sized room.

The full review noted indicated 2 units, reasonably priced–quite amazing. These 2 brands are Winnix and Coway. I found the Winnix unit at my local Costco. It has been amazing. Best feature, amazinly quiet. The replacement filters are on Amazon.

Read the review here:

https://www.reviews.com/air-purifier/ air purifier review 2018

8 different units were tested in 2018. Prevously in 2017, 85 units were tested. The Winnix and Coway brands outperformed major known brands.

Kindle Fire with Google Play

Kindle Fire tablets have been trying to compete with Apple and Android tablets, with 1 caveat–no app store.  This limits the functionality of the device.

You would think that since kindles are Android based, an app store would have been included, as functionality and usage are what a user needs.

Thanks to those at Tom’s Guide, there is a way to install the Google Play store on Kindles.  Apps can be downloaded to a kindle.

Here is the link for Tom’s Guide website, with the instructions:  Play Store on Kindle.

I have used the instructions for the older kindles as well as the newer ones, no problems.  A couple of times did require reinstalling.

We have kindles, our grand-kids have them, as well as other family members.  The added functionality is so helpful, bring learning apps and productivity.

Navigating the Courts of Heaven

Teaching by Robert Henderson on why some prayers remain unanswered. He addresses protocols and how to properly legislate in the courtroom of heaven.

Realize there is a conflict when we pray.  Where is this conflict?  The conflict we are in when we pray, is not a battle field, but a courtroom.  Protocols are different.  We behave differently on a battlefield than in a courtroom.

The backlash we feel when we pray is explained.  Information about this teaching found here:  http://www.roberthenderson.org/#/home/