Welcome to another wonderful week of the climb link party. It is always a pleasure to co-host this awesome linky and hope you’re able to link up your latest posts. ___________________________________________

by Angie Ouellette-Tower for photo CLIMBweek3pics_zpsnss85c5f.jpg WELCOME to Week#3 of the AUGUST 2016 CLIMB!
It’s the month long Networking Blog Hop where Cohosts & Guest Cohosts are added each week for ultimate exposure! 
Networking means helping each other grow!!  If you want to promote a CLIMB link, then use #ChainLinkyCLIMB on Twitter or Google+ so that we can all help each other grow!

Here’s how the Giveaway & Guest Cohosting works – the hosts, cohosts & Guest cohosts from the previous month’s CLIMB will have the opportunity to participate in a Giveaway during the next CLIMB – that gives co-hosts 2 months in a row of blog growing fun!!  (If you would like to guest cohost please sign up at the end of this post using the last “Linky”)

We have 2 permanent cohosts for week#2, 3 permanent cohosts for week#3 and eventually we will have 4 permanent cohosts for week#4 making a grand total of 11 hosts/cohosts each month & that’s not even including Guest Cohosts!



Living in the UK, it’s easy to take a clean and reliable water supply for granted. Whether you’re stepping into the shower or making a cup of tea, you expect safe water on demand. Not everyone benefits from such easy access to water, millions of people around the world are at risk. At risk of illness and even death because of poor water sanitation.

A number of organisations and charities like Human Appeal are involved in projects to help tackle the poor sanitation problem. Currently Human Appeal has a water, sanitation and hygiene fund that raises money for a range of projects. These projects are currently in countries such as Palestine, Nepal, Syria, Senegal and Bangladesh. Donating to these projects, you’re ensuring that others have access to clean water. Highlighting the importance of this issue, here are three shocking water sanitation facts.



If you live off the mains gas grid and you rely on electricity, solid fuel or oil to heat your home, you could be missing a trick. The fact is, there is an alternative way to power your heating and hot water systems that could bring a range of benefits. Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) offers a range of advantages over these other options. If you think you could benefit from LPG and you’re keen to find out what the fuss is about, keep reading. Here are a few of the reasons why it may be worth making the switch.