How to contribute to protecting the environment: a simple guide

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Hey guys! So I’m trying to keep up with this “trend” that’s going on around my favorite sites about the environment. It all started with a site called Tall Blonde Tales (see site here) with this post. So, here are three easy ways to help you contribute to protecting the environment! ✌

  1. Ditch plastic bottles. I know it can be hard to find your favorite drinks in glass or metal bottles, but if you look hard enough, you may be able to find a glass or metal bottle that has your favorite drink!
  2. Use less plastic. This may surprise you, but plastic is in almost everything in your day. Some food trays contain plastic, cheap jewelry is made of plastic, plastic cups are made of plastic, some scissors are made of plastic, and every other item that contains plastic! So how do you prevent plastic while sticking to your day? Well, use a reusable bottle, wear jewelry from a jewelry store, find scissors online without plastic, and ditch the food trays and switch to glass plates.
  3. Finally, don’t keep your electricity and water on for a long time. Turn off your Wi-Fi after 10:00 PM at least.

And that’s it! Hope these tips will help you make a good impact on the environment! See you!


Our First Post In 2021 – Infinite Fun!

Ringing in the New Year has never been so great for Uniquely.

Happy New Year! I know I’m late to make a blog post about this, but I’ve been focusing on Alexa skills lately. If you don’t know what Alexa skills are, you create them with a Skill Blueprint. Each Skill Blueprint is different and unique. There are 70 Skill Blueprints in the Alexa app, though more are thought to come. Skill Blueprints are organized into a few categories*: Featured, At Home, Learn, FreeTime**, Fun, Stories, Greetings, and Orgs. *This list may not include all categories. **Amazon Kids, or formerly FreeTime, is a feature that allows parents to personalize their kids’ experience with their Amazon device.

Here are some Skill Blueprints, organized by category:


  • Flashcards
  • Quiz
  • Story Quiz
  • Listening Quiz
  • School Schedule


  • Inspirations
  • Trivia
  • Family Trivia
  • Birthday Trivia
  • Bachelorette Game
  • My Sidekick/Bestie
  • First Letter
  • What To Do
  • Santa’s Letter/My Santa Letter
  • Countdown
  • Five Item Rush/Name Five
  • Doubles Trouble
  • My Burns
  • Fortune Teller
  • Yes No Maybe
  • Family Jokes
  • Compliments
  • Three Word Sort
  • World’s Best Dad
  • World’s Best Mom
  • Game Show
  • Dad Jokes


  • Flash Briefing
  • Spiritual Talks
  • Blog
  • University


  • Kids Fortune Teller
  • Beach Vacation
  • Mountain Vacation
  • Sorting Game Beginner
  • Sorting Game Expert
  • Wild Workout
  • The Spelling Bee
  • The Sea Princess
  • Moon Landing
  • Fun Park Vacation
  • City Vacation

At Home:

  • Task Tracker
  • Chore Chart
  • Roommate
  • Houseguest
  • Pet Sitter
  • Babysitter
  • How Many Days
  • Whose Turn
  • Personal Trainer
  • Custom Q&A


  • Dad’s Story
  • Mom’s Story
  • Spooky Story
  • Sci-fi
  • Holiday Story
  • Fable
  • Fairy Tale
  • Adventure


  • Father’s Day Greeting
  • Birthday Wishes
  • Birthday Wishes (high quality)
  • Mother’s Day Greeting
  • Celebrate
  • Thinking Of You
  • Holiday Greeting
  • Valentine’s Greeting

You can experience all these Skills at


Blogging Insiders is out!

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Blogging Insiders is now out at! Woo hoo!


Hi from Uniquely-and welcome to the Uniquely Podcast

Welcome to the Uniquely Podcast, hosted on a WordPress blog. We’ll upload new content every week. This will be a half-hour podcast covering Uniquely, some behind-the-scenes facts, what we love to do while we aren’t managing our blogs, and more! Check back every Saturday for more news. We’ll see you on the real first episode.


Early Christmas Gifts!

Post inspired by thedihedral,

Hi guys, I know I’m a little early to get thrown into the Christmas theme, but I just received these “gifts” from a family member. So here’s a quick tour of my paper gifts 📝🎁

  • Cute colouring set I got

  • Christmas tree glitter

  • Wrapping paper

  • Cards

    The Christmas tree


How To Boost Traffic To Your Site

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First, thanks to The Art Of Blogging for following me! 🙂

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I’m trying to keep up with The Art Of Blogging. His site is way better than mine. I’m mentally melting right now. If you’re one of the awesome people who read my post on dos and don’ts of editing your site, you know you shouldn’t beg for sure visitors. So here are ways to naturally attract viewers into visiting your site.

1- Set up an e-mail campaign. I learned this from Wix a few months ago and it’s boosting traffic instantly.

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2- Try linking your site to a social media network. This can assure that anyone can find your site.

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3- Try banner ads. Search online and you might find ad designers that aren’t too shabby.

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4- Set up posters for your site. If you don’t have a printer, get some scissors and pencils and make those posters!

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5- One of the easiest ways you can drive traffic to your site is telling your neighbors, friends, co-workers, anyone you know!

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6- Send random people nearby mail or a text telling them to visit your site.

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7- Set up a talk about your site with friends to encourage them to visit your site.

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8- Set up a podcast. No matter how good your voice sounds, try your hand at podcasting and see how it goes.

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Hello, 10 new blog posts, straight from the store: Celebrating 10 blog posts

On this post, I’m putting all the blocks that seem interesting into one blog post.

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Today, we’re celebrating 10 blog posts. 10 posts, more visitors. 10 posts = 1 badge smelling fresh. 10 posts is subject to more attention in the Reader. 10 posts is more clicks from email campaigns. And here are a few beautiful images for your enjoyment.

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Caught on the picture perfect time.

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When your special someone puts roses in your open book…

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The perfect time for cotton candy clouds, some puffed pop corn, a salad, a sip of water, and the perfect scene. What could go wrong?

What happened to the text?!?!
  • Oh, Timeline! This will be great for this post!

I threw a bunch of blocks in a post in 10 minutes

I’m done here with this post, okay bye see ya in the 20 Milestone Blog Post Party!


Woohoo! We got a lot of traffic

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Recently my stats have been rising! Here’s what I’ve seen so far:

  • 1 comment reply
  • 5 stars (likes)
  • 7 site visitors

which equals to


notices of site activity!

I know, 13 might not be a large number for all those big sites that are well-known, but for the small, emerging bloggers, that is like finding gold in a treasure chest!

To the people who were generous enough to come to the site or signed up for the newsletter or just dropped a like,

we will always give you thanks.


Poll: What anti-piracy screen scares you the most?

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Poll: What console error sound scares you the most?

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I better admit, I have never owned a game console before. My dad has a PS3 with FIFA but from what I remember the only devices I owned were an iPad mini (which broke) and a Fire 7 which I’m using. However I watched vids of Personified Dear and it’s very scary.