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  • Five Classical Pieces Of Literature We Need To Preserve

    Reading has always been a beneficial hobby, for those who don’t have regular contact with people. Reading for an hour a day has been scientifically proven to promote many physical and mental benefits. By reading every day you’ll learn something new daily. People who read are proven to be more cultural and more knowledgeable about […]

  • Five Ways to Be Helpful During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    During times of great crisis, we always seem to band together as one nation. 96% of people who volunteer say it makes them feel happier knowing they are doing something to improve society. Volunteering showcases your talents and has been known to lead others down career paths, like teachers or nurses. Businesses even look for […]

  • Six Things You Should Be Doing During Quarantine

    Many states have been in a shelter-in-place mode for the last week or so, leaving many people stuck at home. Kids can’t go to school and countless stores are closed. Right now boredom is becoming a major problem for people everywhere. We spend on average 1,638 hours a year at our jobs, with many of […]

  • Survival Uses: Metal Spoons

    Though a basic staple in every home, spoons can be quite versatile when you think of it. The modern-day spoon is a lot older then you think. The spoon dates back 3,000 years ago to Ancient Egypt, where they used it for religious purposes and food prep. It did gain popularity as an eating utensil […]

  • Survival Uses: Butter Tubs

    Butter is a staple in almost every cooking dish, whether it be greasing up a pan, side ingredient, or the main component, America loves butter. Butter is a very simple food; it consists of milk protein (butterfat), salt, and water. In the 1800s butter was used for all sorts of things such as fueling lamps […]

  • Survival Use: Empty Aluminum Soda Pop Cans

    I love soda pop! Since 2013 soft drinks have been America’s number one beverage. 6 in 10 children, and 5 in 10 adults consume soft drinks daily. The soft drink industry makes $75 billion a year. Part of this is the 582 cans that drink each year by each consumer. This accounts for 200 billion […]

  • Survival Uses: Toilet Paper Rolls

    It’s the end of the world people. Cities are being plunged into chaos. The National Guard is being called in to help. We the people are left to figure things out on our own. Today, we begin our two-week segment on how to use everyday items for survival purposes. To begin we will start with […]

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