Posted August 24th, 2018 09:13:00I’m not entirely sure what the heck the title of this article is, but here goes. 

The last few years I’ve been trying to make my home more aesthetically pleasing by incorporating as many light fixtures and fixtures as I could, adding decorative lighting to the walls, and adding some sort of ambient lighting. 

I have been a big fan of these light fixtures, but recently have started to look for some way to make them more functional. 

One of the biggest problems I’m running into with most of my fixtures is that they tend to fall apart pretty quickly. 

In order to save money and be able to buy new ones, I’ve decided to buy an LED light fixture. 

When I purchased this fixture, I was able to save some money, as it only took me about 15 minutes to get it installed and the bulbs are not too costly to install. 

My goal with this particular lighting solution was to create a more aesthetical light show, so I was hoping that this light would have a little bit of a personality. 

Unfortunately, I am not entirely satisfied with the results. 

So, I took the time to do some research on the LED light fixtures available on the market and I came across this LED light bar that was priced at $20 and sold for $23. 

As you can see from the photo above, the LED bar is designed to be placed over the bed. 

On the back of the LED fixture is a small, circular LED strip, and the top of the LEDs strip is also placed in front of the bed, so that it’s just a little wider than the bed itself. 

For the LED strip to function properly, the light will need to travel from the bed to the LED strips, but the LEDs need to be positioned in the exact same location that the LED lights are on the bed in order to be functional. 

 To create this little LED light show I decided to go with two strips of LED strips. 

Here are the LED colors that I used: Bright, Bright Light, Light Blue, White, Orange (or Yellow), White Light (which is an alternative to the color White Light), Light Green, Green Light,  Light Yellow, Yellow Light For those of you that aren’t familiar with the term, the term Bright Light refers to the colors of the lights that the LEDs will emit when they’re turned on. 

Bright Lights are not as bright as other LED strips that are placed over a bed, and they tend not to have much of a color to them, so this light is a bit dull. 

 As for the colors, I chose Bright Light Blue and White Light Blue because they are my favorite colors. 

However, I also went with light green because I liked the green light that the lights are emitting when they are turned on and the orange and white lights are the only colors that have a yellow tint to them. 

While I have had success with both colors, it was not the case with the yellow light. 

White light is a very common color in our home, and it was my go-to color for this light. 

  While the LED lighting does not need to use a lot of energy to be effective, it still does have a price tag, which is why I decided that the price tag for this LED lighting solution is $20. 

It’s hard to say exactly how much the price will be, but I’m sure you’ll find a way to cut it down. 

If you’re interested in finding out more about LED lighting, I highly recommend checking out this article that goes into more detail on the topic. 

That being said, I can’t wait to put this LED bar on my bed! 

Check out more of my recent blog posts: Lights, Light, and GamingPosted August 23rd, 2018 06:34:58I recently had a lot more fun playing games in my house than I have in the past few years. 

A lot of people in the gaming community are getting older and tired of being the only person who plays the games, and a lot have decided that they want to do something about it. 

There are a lot different ways that people can get involved in the community, and we have a number of different platforms to choose from. 

Some of these platforms include: Steam, GOG, Humble Bundle, Amazon , Nexus, Google Play, Youtube, PlayStation Store, Gamescom, GameStop, Walmart, Kongregate, Steam Dev Center, E3, The Gaming Ground, GamersGate, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Twitch, Mumble, Xbox Live, Sony Online, DOTA 2, Overwatch, League