Great point. What do you think is a core skill most people should learn early in their journey?
Sorry! Shelter In Place. What we were doing the last few months with the virus.
I’m a parent and this is actually pretty timely. As I’ve been around my kids more during the SIP orders, I have sort of tried to find different ways of saying things I normally say simply because I’m saying them more often. Does that make sense?
Using the example in the pic, I feel like I say “be careful” constantly during playtime, like a mindless auto-reaction. So partly to make myself feel more sane, I’ve started mixing it up. I’ll say “that’s scary, right?” or things like that to make them more aware of what’s actually dangerous instead of just warning them constantly.
But this strikes me as a no brainer and worthwhile! Good advice!
I wrap it tight with Saran wrap if I already used it or just put the package from the store in since it’s already wrapped.
I’d have to buy the glycerin but I have a lot of this stuff already from homebrew and other stuff I’ve worked on. Thanks for this. It looks like sanitizer is back in some stores but this could be a decent project with my kids. Maybe add dye or something to make it more fun.
These are great. I watched a few on my computer and I do wish they hadn’t filmed everything in vertical video. I know that’s probably better on a phone, but just saying. Not sure when I’d ever do this myself but I went ahead and bookmarked the page. Good find!
I bought a lot of beans. Turns out my wife doesn’t like beans all that much. So we still have a lot of beans.
Lesson here is to try to get food you actually like haha.
There was a good post about this in the preppers Reddit a little while back. It’s not mine but it’s worth a read if you’re thinking about going with chickens.
My 2 cents on people wanting to buy chickens right now. from preppers
Basically he says chickens are not set it and forget it. And they live a long time, so it’s more of a commitment than you think.
I did some digging and found a paper that talks about how people would also place the soil, wrapped in cloth, next to a specific infection. So yeah, probably a more effective method than putting it under a pillow.
Was reading some of the comments in that reddit post and found this interesting:
“Vancomycin was isolated from soil collected in Borneo. Streptomycin was found in a soil sample from a New Jersey parking lot.”
Found another potentially good resource in that Reason article
There’s a link in the iFixit post to another resource that seems really valuable. Frank’s Hospital Workshop http://www.frankshospitalworkshop.com/
That’s a really good point. And if you consider that kids are staying home and if they’re on the younger end of the spectrum , they are probably using more tp than they should. That would def contribute to a spike.