Happiness exists in giving and in serving others. Even in our hardest, saddest times we have always been able to pull together, help others who need it, and find joy in serving our communities. Now more than ever, this is exactly what we need to do! There are so many people who are in need, so many healthcare workers who need supplies, so many people who need food... we need to be at our best once again!
Now isn't the time to be the pessimist, complaining about things that we have no control over. It also isn't the time to be the optimist, believing that things aren't as bad as they really are. Today, we all need to be realists. We need to accept the situation we are in, and adjust our behaviors accordingly. We are struggling in the midst of a global pandemic, yet there are some who still don't seem to understand that we are in a crisis. They just don't get it. But we need them to "get it". We all must do our part. When we all see the situation as it really is, we can all work together to build a better world for us all. Read more to learn more about what you can do.
Distilling spirits is illegal in many states and countries! Check your local laws before you continue! We will go through making DIY alcohol/ethanol/moonshine in this tutorial series, and turning it into sanitizer! Read on to learn how to make a fermentation container and moonshine still using things you probably already have around your house! RECIPE INCLUDED!
I felt that this particular message is important for us to focus on today: "Only the guy who isn't rowing has time to rock the boat." I hope my words make sense to everyone, and that we can all stay busy rowing the boat of our nation, keeping us afloat. Let's all work together to get through this. We can do this. Together.
This is a call to action for all homeschoolers and homeschooling families across the country! Harvard Summit to Discuss Regulating Homeschool: June 18-19, 2020 at Harvard Law School to discuss "a controversial practice"—homeschooling. "Homeschooling Summit: Problems, Politics, and Prospects for Reform" is the title given to this meeting to discuss homeschooling. It is an invitation-only event and one that is not open to homeschoolers to listen or comment. Read more to learn more about this, and why it is so important!